Many women prefer to paint their fingernails in a rainbow of different colors, but what is hiding beneath the colorful polish could be informative. Carefully observe your nails between your next manicure to learn how your fingernails can show signs of disease.
The first day back to school after the long summer break might be something your child is dreading (or maybe just a few are excited), and yet it can’t come soon enough for some parents.
All avid gardeners are familiar with the C-P-P of their garden every year, namely clearing, preparing, and planting. These three activities are the backbone of a good garden, but can also be hazardous to your hands. Continue reading “Common Hand Injuries You Can Get While Working in the Garden”
What you need to know about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes is a lot, and it could save your life.
Like many medical issues, strokes are often thought of as only affecting older people. However, it’s important to understand that strokes can affect someone at any age from infancy through adolescence and beyond and the ultimate goal should be to focus on prevention.
So, what should you proactively do to prevent a stroke from happening to you? And what happens if you do happen to experience one?
The signs of fibroids can be so sneaky that many women have no idea they are there. In fact, according to the NIH or National Institutes of Health, up to 80% of women have fibroids by age 50 and many don’t realize it.
It should be no surprise to anyone that 50 – 70 million Americans don’t get the restorative sleep they need. Just note the number of advertisements for mattresses, pillows, and mattress toppers we see everyday that all promise to deliver the perfect night’s sleep.
STI vs. UTI and what is the difference between their symptoms is quite a common dilemma. There are some symptoms similar to both a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) and a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), so sometimes it may be difficult to to discern which type of infection your symptoms represent. What follows may help you to spot the difference quickly and take action.
Unless you are a hermit, live in a bubble, or plan to stay alone int the woods from October through March, you are susceptible to the flu.
When the weather turns cold, many people experience pain or discomfort in their ears, nose and throat. People often confuse symptoms caused by cold weat
her with illness or infection (or vice versa). It is important to know how cooler weather can affect your respiratory health.