Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • Signs You Need A Root Canal (And What To Expect)

    8 October 2014

    Root canals are relatively routine dental procedures, but they are still quite serious in nature. When a person needs a root canal, the pulp of the tooth has become seriously infected to the point that it needs to be entirely removed in order to save the tooth. This could have happened as a result of severe tooth trauma, a cavity, or even an abscess. Read on to learn about the common signs that you may need a root canal and what to expect if you do need one.

  • 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.

  • How To Lose Baby Weight The Realistic Way

    7 October 2014

    You just had a baby, and the last thing you want to do is think about losing weight. Still, you might feel a bit motivated to get on your feet and begin making some changes in your daily routine. Here are a few tips that will get you on the right track to losing weight. Talk to your general practitioner. Your GP will help you find the best time to begin exercising after childbirth.

  • 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.

  • 3 Tips For Dealing With Contact Lens Discomfort

    6 October 2014

    If you wear contacts, you shouldn't always be experiencing eye discomfort. Many people think that when you wear contacts you will feel them on your eye and that they could hurt or be uncomfortable. But that isn't necessarily true. If the contacts fit correctly and are properly cared for, you shouldn't even notice that they are there. Here are some causes for discomfort while wearing your contacts. 1. Dry Eyes

  • Decreasing Depression Symptoms With A Chiropractor

    3 October 2014

    Most people who go to a chiropractor know the benefits. Regular chiropractic adjustments can reduce pain, help prevent injuries, and have a variety of other physical health benefits. One little known fact about going to a chiropractor is that they can also help with mental health and even improve the symptoms of depression. Chronic Pain and Depression Many people suffer from chronic pain. Signs of chronic pain include: Extended periods of pain that should have subsided after an injury or illness.