When you’re stuck in a bad spot, you can often get a quick fix by sticking some glue to your skin.
But it’s not the only way to help heal, according to researchers.
Here’s how you can find the best way to get your body back on track.
Dr. Mark B. Haddad is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Boston University.
Haddad, who is also the director of the Boston-based Center for Clinical Laboratory Medicine, says there are a number of ways to use glue to repair wounds.HADDAD: For example, it can be used to repair a broken bone, a fracture or even to protect an artery.
But in my experience, when I have a lot of open wounds and have a large amount of blood in them, it really helps to apply some glue.
And if you’re doing it right, you’ll be able to get rid of all the pain that’s already in there.
In the first part of this series, we talked to a dermatologist who says the best thing to do to get a good-looking skin is to apply a moisturizer and put on makeup.
In this segment, we explore a more serious injury that may require some skin grafts.
We start with a few questions that are all too common: What are some things that dermatologists recommend when it comes to getting skin back?
We’ll then discuss the various ways to do it, including using glue to seal wounds.
We’ll also look at the benefits of using a cream that is applied on the skin to remove dead skin cells.
This segment is brought to you by The Center for Medical Progress.