Your children's new puppy might be cute, but if you have undiscovered dog allergies, it might not seem as cute anymore. For years, people with dog allergies have avoided being pet owners, but this is not the only option now. If you have dog allergies, here is what you need to know. Do You Really Have Dog Allergies? If you experience allergy symptoms when you are around a dog, it seems logical to deduce that you have dog allergies.
11 January 2017
If you suffer from major fears of being in social situations and settings, you may be struggling with social anxiety disorder. This type of fear is considered an irrational fear, simply because being in a social setting does not pose any major risks to a person's wellbeing. If you are tired of feeling this way, visiting a psychiatrist might help. Here are a few things to know about this particular fear.
11 January 2017
One of the things you will want to be sure to do if you have kids is to ensure good dental health. This will allow your child to enjoy the benefits that accompany having healthy teeth for a lifetime. This will require lots of effort on your part and your child's. Being aware of specific tips that can help prevent cavities can be of great assistance to you. Tip #1: Monitor snacking
20 December 2016
When you want the best health care, it's important to work closely with your primary-care physician. While you may end up going to an urgent-care facility to treat a wound or to an emergency room when your condition is serious, keeping your primary-care physician informed is always necessary. Your primary-care physician is the person who oversees your medical care and provides you with referrals to specialists if you need them. If you have an urgent matter, you should try to see your primary-care physician first.
2 December 2016
If your loved one has mobility issues, getting around the house can be difficult for them. Unfortunately, that can make it difficult for them to provide for their own needs. Luckily, there are some things you can do to help make life easier for them. Here are three simple things you can do to help your loved one overcome mobility issues. Organize the Cabinets When it comes to mobility issues, cabinets can pose serious problems.
1 December 2016
Most advice concerning the prevention of bowel (colorectal) cancer is diet-related. For example, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) advises people to eat plenty of fiber, moderate their intake of red meat, and eat plenty of garlic. However, colon cancer prevention is not just about dietary management; there are other non-dietary measures you should take too. Here are three examples of such measures: Live an Active Life Prevailing evidence suggests that leading an active life protects against colon cancer.
15 November 2016
If you suffer from complete hearing loss in one ear and partial hearing loss in the other, you may choose to wear one hearing aid instead of two devices. However, that may not be a good idea. Having the ability to hear in both ears, or binaural hearing, can help keep you safe, as well as prevent you from losing all of your hearing abilities. Here are things that may happen if you don't wear two hearing aids and what you can do to prevent them.
29 October 2016
The joy of bringing a new life into the world is made that much more joyful with the first glimpse of your new child. Many expecting parents are turning to 3D ultrasound technology to get a sneak peek of their little ones before the grand finale. As you prepare for your 3D ultrasound screening, you might be interesting in learning these interesting facts about the technology. The Idea of the 3D Ultrasound is More Recent than You Think
27 October 2016
If you are pregnant and moving to a new location with your partner, there are some health professionals that you want to get lined up in advance. If you are planning on delivering where you live currently, and not at your new destination, and you are going to return home for a scheduled birth, it's important to have a backup plan. A baby doesn't always come on your schedule, and instead when it's ready.
11 October 2016
Contacts have been around for a long time, and are, in general, quite safe if worn and cleaned correctly. Of course, many people are careless with their contacts and put their vision in danger as a result. Your contacts can definitely be a safe choice for you if you take the time and put forth the effort to wear and maintain them correctly. Extended Wear Contact wearers have long wanted to wake up with clear vision and not have to deal with contact insertion and cleaning every morning and night.
27 September 2016