Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • What to Do About Large Pores

    26 October 2016

    People with large pores have to struggle with a number of issues, including rough-looking complexions and oil buildup. Those people with small pores have won a sort of skin lottery at birth, for which you should not resent them. However, if your pores look like small saucers, you need to seek some dermatologic help. Pore Purpose Although you may wish that you had no pores, they actually serve a necessary purpose.

  • Tips For Dealing With Your Rosacea

    5 August 2016

    Rosacea appears in different ways. You may have mild redness on your cheeks, or you could have red skin, red eyes, and bumps on your skin. Rosacea can even cause a thickening of the skin on your nose that gradually changes its shape. Since the skin condition affects your appearance, you want to find an effective treatment so you won't be embarrassed by facial discoloration or bumps. Here are a few things that might help.

  • What Are The Different Types Of Reclining Lift Chairs?

    16 March 2016

    For those who have problems with mobility getting up and down from a seated position is often difficult. However, a reclining lift chair can often resolve this problem. These chairs lift and move forward so that one can easily change from a sitting to a standing position or vice versa. They are powered by an electric motor that can be activated to lift by a handheld remote that is attached to the chair.

  • Atopic Dermatitis And Cataracts: 4 Things You Need To Know

    3 January 2016

    Atopic dermatitis, also called eczema, is a chronic skin disorder characterized by itchy, cracked skin. While the intense itching is distressing, atopic dermatitis can affect more than just your skin. The condition has been linked to sight-threatening eye conditions like cataracts. Here are four things atopic dermatitis sufferers need to know about cataracts. What are cataracts? Cataracts are responsible for 51% of the blindness in the world, making them the most common cause of blindness.

  • 3 Signs That You Should Get Your Child's Hearing Tested

    1 December 2015

    Hearing loss in children, even a slight one, can lead to significant problems, including speech delays. Those problems can lead to issues in school and in later life. For your child, it can sound like they are hearing everything from the bottom of a pool, speech is muffled and distorted. That's what leads to speech delays and problems. They hear words incorrectly, so that's how your child thinks the word sounds.

  • Loving Your New Contacts? 5 Ways To Keep Your Eyes Healthy

    26 February 2015

    If you've recently started wearing contact lenses, what you don't know about lens care could lead to an eye infection. You might think that all you need to do is put them in and let them go. However, your contacts will need special care and handling if you want to keep your eyes healthy. Here are some simple tips for taking proper care of your contact lenses. Wash Your Hands

  • How To Arrange Your Prepaid Funeral

    7 October 2014

    While few people enjoy contemplating their mortality, death is universal. Proactively planning for your funeral yourself can be a comfort to the loved ones you leave behind, eliminating the need for difficult decisions after your demise. Here's what you need to know about prepaying (and pre-planning) for your final arrangements. Prepaid Funeral Basics Funerals aren't cheap. A basic service can easily exceed $7000 and more elaborate services run $10000 or more.

  • What You Need To Know About The Ebola Virus

    7 October 2014

    The Ebola virus has been around for a long time. For years, little was heard about it. Now it has hit the headlines in a major way. In some parts of the world, the Ebola virus is spreading rapidly, and even those far from the affected countries are beginning to become fearful. There are even reports of it hitting the United States from missionaries who were traveling abroad. What is the Ebola virus, and what does the recent outbreak mean to you?

  • Weight Loss: Your Greatest Venous Leg Ulcer Prevention Tool

    6 October 2014

    It's estimated that venous leg ulcers affect as many as 2 million people every year. While there are a number of factors that can contribute to the development of this condition, excess weight remains a leading cause. Those individuals who are considered obese are at an increased risk of developing these ulcers than those individuals at a healthy weight. If you have been diagnosed with venous ulcers, losing weight may be able to help you.

  • Bunions: Exposing Common Myths About This Condition

    2 October 2014

    There are many different conditions that your feet can develop over the course of your life, and many of these ailments can be remarkably painful. Fortunately, podiatrists are professionals like those at Center for Foot Care that are trained to treat these problems. While there are many different ailments your feet can encounter, bunions are a very common condition that can cause severe pain and discomfort. Sadly, there are a couple of common misconceptions about this condition that many patients believe.