Did you know you can actually stop smoking in one day? Let today be your day to change your life and put down the cigarettes. Quitting isn’t easy, but millions of people have done it and so can you. Here are some tips to help you stop smoking today. Share with a loved one who smokes and change their life as well.
If you experience breathing difficulties that interfere with your daily activities and decrease the quality of your life you may have asthma. Asthma affects a person’s breathing by constricting their airways and if untreated it can be deadly! Click here to learn more.
Being unable to control your bladder (incontinence) is a problem no one wants to talk about. It's frustrating and embarrassing. In most cases, however, it's also treatable.
When a headache may mean something serious
As a rule, a headache is nothing to be too concerned about. It's the most common form of pain, according the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). Very few headaches have serious underlying causes.
However, certain types of pain, or headaches that come along with other key symptoms, call for immediate medical attention.
So, you stayed outside too long and didn’t use enough sunscreen, now you have a SUNBURN. It’s best to begin treating your sunburn as soon as you notice it. Try these steps to help you quickly RELIEVE and TREAT your burn.
Did you know that your child’s backpack could hurt their health? Unsupportive backpacks can take a toll on your little one’s back, neck and shoulders. There are tons of backpacks available but not all of them have the proper support for your child’s health.
Did you know? Many of us have probably been dehydrated at some time in our life, and may not have even known it. Anyone may become dehydrated, but the condition is especially dangerous for young children and older adults. The most common cause of dehydration in young children is severe diarrhea and vomiting. Older adults naturally have a lower volume of water in their bodies and may have conditions or take medications that increase the risk of dehydration.
Swimmer’s ear is an outer ear infection that can occur when water stays in the ear canal for too long, giving germs found in pools, lakes and other bodies of water a chance to grow bacteria.