Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • How Can You Tell If You Have Syphilis?

    18 January 2016

    Although it's a serious condition, the earlier stages of syphilis can be cured with appropriate levels of antibiotics. However, once syphilis progresses to later stages, permanent damage to the nervous system and heart can occur. This is why it's important that you recognize the early symptoms of syphilis. The earlier that you're able to recognize the signs of syphilis, the easier it will be to treat your condition. How can you tell if you have syphilis?

  • Diet Mistakes During Pregnancy That Could Aggravate Morning Sickness

    7 January 2016

    For many women, morning sickness is the most unpleasant aspect of pregnancy. It's frustrating to experience nausea that diminishes appetite at a time when you most need to be supplied with abundant sources of nutrients. If you've been struggling with morning sickness, it could be because of your diet. The following are five diet mistakes to avoid that could be contributing to your morning sickness discomfort.  Feasting rather than grazing

  • 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.

  • Successfully Living With Macular Degeneration

    17 December 2015

    If you have recently been diagnosed with macular degeneration, then it is important for you to understand that there are many things you can do to improve your day-to-day life. While living with decreased sight comes with many challenges, you can successfully overcome many of them using the following suggestions: Use Technology Glasses with Your Electronics Reading glasses or bifocals are nice for reading books and newspapers because they are designed for use at the distance that most people hold their reading materials away from their face.

  • Top 6 Benefits Of Hormone Replacement Therapy

    16 December 2015

    If you're going through menopause, you may be wondering if hormone replacement therapy is right for you. If you find the symptoms of menopause bothersome, you should make an appointment with your doctor to discuss hormone replacement therapy. Here are six benefits of hormone replacement you can discuss: 1. Pleasurable intercourse Decreased estrogen levels during menopause can cause vaginal dryness, burning, and discomfort. These symptoms make intercourse difficult and painful. You may find your desire for intimacy with your partner to decrease because of these symptoms.

  • 5 Tips For Taking Medication Safely

    2 December 2015

    Although medication is designed to keep you healthy and help you live longer, taking it incorrectly can lead to dangerous side effects. Whether you take medicine for high blood pressure or arthritis, it is very important to follow the instructions carefully. Here are five helpful tips for taking medication safely: Never Take More Than the Recommended Dosage In some circumstances, you may be tempted to take more medicine than the recommended dosage.

  • 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.