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Hives Treatment Specialist Dr. Tiffany Young Vows to Cure 30,000 Cases of Hives a Month with Hives Rash Website: Hives.org
Date:5/3/2010

Hives treatment specialist, Dr. Tiffany Young, introduced the world’s most comprehensive medical website on the subject of hives today when she unveiled Hives.org. Dr. Young has helped over 30,000 patients suffering from hives since 1990 and now aims to help 30,000 a month via Hives.org. Learn more at http://www.hives.org.

(PRWEB) February 25, 2010 -- Dr. Tiffany Young introduced the world’s most comprehensive medical website on the subject of skin hives today when she unveiled Hives.org. Dr. Young has helped over 30,000 patients suffering from hives since 1990 and now aims to help 30,000 a month via Hives.org.


Hives.org contains everything someone suffering from a hives rash needs to know, from what the most common hives symptoms are to what hives treatment options work best. Within the site, potential new patients and web surfers alike will find 20 years worth of hives treatment knowledge.

In addition to providing all her knowledge and experience on the subject of skin hives, Dr. Young vows to help as many people suffering from hives as she can by welcoming all hives rash related questions, whether it be on the subject of hives on face, baby hives or heat hives.

Hives suffers will find the Hives Rash FAQ page to be of the most use to them. Here they will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about hives, such as “What are hives?”, “How do I get rid of my hives?” and “Ar
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