Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • After Weight Loss, Use Exercise To Keep Your Healthy Physique

    30 July 2015

    After you've had a tummy tuck, one of your goals might be to adopt a healthy fitness regimen that keeps your body in tip-top shape. If you've struggled with your weight in the past, it's important to develop an understanding of how to keep active to avoid regaining the weight you've just lost. While joining a gym can help you meet your fitness goals, doing so isn't absolutely necessary. With a little knowledge about cardiovascular exercise and strength training -- and how often to perform these exercises -- you'll be well on your way to maintaining a fit physique.

  • Acne Aftermath: 3 Ways To Get Rid Of Ice-Pick Scarring After Years Of Bad Breakouts

    17 July 2015

    Millions of teenagers and even adults today deal with bad acne, and bouts of breakouts often last for years until the right treatment is found or hormones finally regulate themselves naturally. Once acne has diminished, the scars left behind can be just as bothersome, if not more, than the past acne itself. A common type of scarring acne can leave behind is called ice-pick scarring. Read on to find out if this is the type of scarring you may have and what treatments are available

  • Keep Your Cash (Sort Of): 4 Cool Gifts From The Tooth Fairy

    14 July 2015

    Whether it is the first tooth that your child has lost or their 10th, it never gets old getting something from the tooth fairy. While cash is awesome, there are some other alternatives if you want to do something less obvious, yet just as exciting. Here are a few ideas: 1. For Your Little Girl: Girly Accessories For your little girl, you may slip a cute bracelet or trendy necklace under her pillow for her to see in the morning.

  • Healthy Bones And The Connection Between Dental Implants And Bone Loss

    17 June 2015

    Dental implants and bone loss are very closely related. On the one hand, replacing missing teeth with implants can help prevent bone loss in the jaw. On the other hand, existing bone loss in the jaw can affect your jaw's ability to support dental implants. And as you age, it's inevitable that you will experience loss of bone density. So what can you do to ensure that the bone in your jaw stays as dense and healthy as possible?

  • 3 Things To Be Prepared For When Having Breast Reconstruction Surgery

    4 June 2015

    If you have had one of your breasts removed due to a breast cancer diagnosis, you might be looking for ways to return to your original appearance and condition as quickly as possible. It is completely understandable to want to have breast reconstruction surgery, but you should know that there are some challenges that can go along with this procedure. These are a few things that you should be prepared for when having breast reconstruction surgery done.

  • Dehydration In Your Baby Due To Diarrhea: Treatment Options You Can Choose

    25 May 2015

    When your baby has diarrhea, you can feel helpless to make them feel better. Your baby can get diarrhea for many reasons, including drinking too much fruit juice, having an allergy or sensitivity to their formula, or even from a common cold. In most cases, your baby will be just fine within a few days to weeks, but diarrhea starts to cause a concern when dehydration begins to happen. When your baby is dehydrated, it means that most of their fluids and nutrients are being expelled in their frequent bowel movements, and your baby can become dangerously ill.

  • Can Physical Therapy Help With Infertility?

    20 May 2015

    According to the Center for Disease Control, about 10.9 percent of American women aged 15 to 44 suffer from infertility. While there are many treatment options available for improving fecundity, manual pelvic physical therapy has been shown to be effective at treating mechanical infertility caused by scar tissue. Here's more information about this option for increasing your chances of getting pregnant. What is Mechanical Infertility? To fully understand how physical therapy helps alleviate mechanical infertility, it's important to know what this condition is.