Allergy season can be a rough time for people who suffer from allergies. While allergies are worse outside, allergens can get inside the home as well and there are many ways this happens. In order to reduce your allergy symptoms, you need to prevent this from happening and here are some tips on how to keep those allergens away from your home.
Eye surgery has been used as a treatment option since the 1980s. Over the years, the number of patients with eye problems has gone up. However, ophthalmologists are using advanced eye treatment methods to treat conditions like astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. Here are four reasons that might lead to having an eye surgery.
Gyms were some of the first businesses to close as governments took measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Now we are seeing a lot of communities starting to relax social distancing guidelines and the reopening of gyms will be a part of this in many places.
Written By Rae Steinbach / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Findings from the National Osteoporosis Foundation show that about 54 million Americans have low bone density or osteoporosis. Many of them have no signs or symptoms until they suffer a major bone fracture. Bone diseases can be prevented by simply incorporating enough calcium and vitamin D into your diet, says Kathryn Weatherford, LDN, RD, CNSC, and registered dietitian at BIDMC.
Reviewed by Ray Spotts
April showers may bring May flowers, but they also prompt the kickoff to spring cleaning season. Approximately 76 percent of homes in the U.S. plan to take part in the annual ritual. While the obvious outcome is a more pristine home, getting rid of old junk and dust can be a cathartic experience that’s also apt to give you a much needed boost to your physical and mental well-being after a long winter. Here are some projects you should consider tackling.
Our feet keep us on the move and if we don’t take care of them now, they’re going to develop foot ailments! Poor choices of footwear are a major reason for musculoskeletal foot problems, ingrown nails, toenail fungus, and smelly feet. Here’s a look at 5 tips to keep your feet healthy during summer.
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