9 May 2016
A baby is considered premature when they are born less than 37 weeks gestation. In the United States, one out of every ten babies is born early. Parents of preemies often feel overwhelmed and unsure of how to properly care for their baby. This is especially true for babies born very preterm with low birth weights which often requires lengthy stays in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). There does come a day though when preemies get to go home, and here are a few things to consider when that finally happens.
25 April 2016
Spring allergies are particularly cruel. After surviving all the cold and unpleasant months, you should be able to go outside and enjoy the beauty of nature without sneezing and sniffling. Allergies can make you miserable, but you can take steps to minimize your suffering. Outdoor Exposure Pollen from grass and trees are often the cause of many of your allergy problems. These pollen particles are so small and light that they can travel long distances during a windy day.
7 April 2016
As a parent, you want to be sure that you are always taking care of your child's health and well-being. And while you try to do just that, sometimes they develop a health condition that you never expected, like diabetes. If your child has been diagnosed with diabetes, you may be in shock and not understand what you can do to help them. Get to know more about diabetes and children so that you can be better prepared to help them understand and treat their condition.
27 March 2016
Your nose is a place where you can rapidly absorb remedies into the body. For that reason, if you are experiencing the effects of brain fog, an inhaler is one of the fastest and most-effective ways to recover from the mental fatigue. However, there are several things you will need to do to achieve the benefits of the inhaler. Consider The Underlying Causes The best way to handle fatigue is to treat the underlying cause.
8 March 2016
When you first encounter an allergic reaction, you may think that you have the flu or other illness. If you have any non-flu symptoms, you may have an allergic reaction to something in your environment. Many allergens can affect your skin, breathing, eyes, nose, respiratory system, stomach, and intestinal tract. If you think you or a family member has an allergy, learn more about a few common causes and treatments for allergic reactions in people:
19 February 2016
Struggles with hearing become increasingly more common as you age. Although just two percent of adults between the ages of 45 and 54 have severe hearing loss, this percentage jumps to 25 percent among those who are 65 to 74 years of age. If you're concerned about your own ability to hear clearly as you get older or are worried that your spouse might be suffering from some degree of hearing loss, it's important to recognize the symptoms of hearing loss and then react accordingly.
9 February 2016
If you're a tennis player, you may at one time or another come to be affected by a condition known as "tennis elbow." Understanding what tennis elbow is and how you can treat it can help you stay in the game without pain during this spring's tennis season. What is tennis elbow? Tennis elbow is a term commonly used to describe injury that arises from overuse of the forearm. Tennis elbow is a particular problem for tennis players, although many other people can be affected by the same condition.