Poor balance increasing the risk of falls becomes more of an issue in older people often due to loss of muscle strength and joint flexibility, as well as reduced vision and reaction time.Read More
A dieter’s worst enemy is strong cravings for not-so-healthy foods. Foods that fall into the “unhealthy or junk food” category are usually defined as overly processed foods high in sugar, fat, salt, or all three, offering little if any nutritional value.Read More
Dehydration is another important factor that can lead to heat stroke. A person who is not consuming sufficient fluids may not be able to sweat fast enough to dissipate heat causing body temperature to rise.Read More
Warmer weather has arrived and that means one thing – the manicure/pedicure season is here. Spending time at a nail salon treating your finger and toenails to polished perfection, can be a relaxing refuge but be careful – that manicure or pedicure may be more than you bargained for.
Sitting in the exam room waiting for your doctor to show up can be intimidating. You believed you were prepared by having several questions ready to ask, but once they enter the room, you couldn’t think of a single one.Read More
Most of us are likely doing the standard care dentists advise us to do – brush and floss your teeth at least twice daily and see your dentist every six months for a checkup and regular cleaning. But there are other unique tips we should also be using making sure our pearly whites will be with us our entire life.Read More
RA is an autoimmune disease in which inflammation damages the lining of joints, tissues that surround joints (such as tendons), other connective tissue throughout the body and the surface of bones.Read More