Our joints, located wherever the ends of two bones come together, are kept very busy each day. From waving our fingers goodbye, turning our head side to side, swirling our hips, or bending our knees to climb stairs, their job is priceless.
Each summer dermatologists warn and remind us that being outdoors exposed to sunrays without protecting your skin can result in significant harm to the appearance and health of your body’s largest organ.
But just little things you can work into your everyday life that sooner or later, will become a habit, sort of like automatically brushing your teeth at night before you go to bed without even thinking about it.
Tinnitus is surprisingly more common than you think with up to 10-15% or about 50 to 60 million adults in the United States who have it. With age, it becomes even more common and is usually associated with hearing loss.