A deficiency of vitamin B12 can sneak up on a person more easily than we think. It is considered a common nutritional deficiency with more than 3 million people developing it within the United States alone.
Living in a cold climate during chilly to downright freezing weather can be hard on our skin. Blustery winds and frigid temperatures are no friend to our largest organ quickly zapping moisture leaving it feeling rough, dry, and cracked.
Heart failure – just the name itself sounds menacing and somewhat confusing. The nomenclature gives the impression that the heart has stopped beating to be called “heart failure” but that’s not the case at all.
Having good balance throughout life can mean the difference between feeling confident when moving during the day or more of a feeling of less confidence and a “fear of falling” limiting a person’s activity level while increasing anxiety.