Plantar Fasciitis Can Make It Difficult to Work and Train for a Run Unless You Seek Treatment

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Plantar fasciitis might be the cause of your heel pain. This condition is often caused by overuse or repetitive motion. It's common in runners, but you can also get it by walking or standing for many hours a day at your job. Here are some more symptoms of plantar fasciitis and some treatments a podiatrist might suggest to speed healing. Signs You Could Have Plantar Fasciitis One common sign of plantar fasciitis is when you experience heel pain when you first start moving after resting a while and then the pain is relieved as you stay active.

12 February 2019

3 Ways Your Optometrist Can Detect Systemic Illness

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While many illnesses lead to symptoms that make you feel sick, other health conditions may be asymptomatic, producing no symptoms at all. Even though a medical condition may not produce physical symptoms, eye doctors can sometimes discover serious health problems just by performing a simple examination. Here are three ways your eye examination can reveal illnesses, and what you can do about them:  Yellow Sclera The sclera, also known as the white part of your eye, can look red or bloodshot when you have an infection or are tired.

16 January 2017

In Charge Of A Christian Relative's Funeral? What Are Your Options?

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If you've recently been placed in the sad position of planning a funeral for a loved one or close friend, you may be feeling overwhelmed with the sudden rush of responsibilities. This confusion and loss of direction can be even more profound when you're called upon to make difficult decisions (like choosing between cremation and burial or an open or closed casket) for a devoutly Christian person while you are relatively unfamiliar with this religion's beliefs surrounding death and burial.

6 October 2016

Quietly Kept Secrets That Could Be Signs Of A Body Ravaged By Alcohol Abuse

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Do you have concerns about your alcohol use? Perhaps your concerns are related to changes in your drinking behavior such as increased consumption. You may have even experienced some strange happenings recently that have prompted you to take a serious look at drinking and how it affects you. You likely know some of the well-known signs associated with excessive drinking or alcoholism such as blackouts, but for many people, there are other concerning events that they experience in private that cause them significant worry.

21 July 2016

What Are The Symptoms Of Endometriosis?

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Endometriosis is a health condition that many women suffer from during their child bearing years. It occurs when the tissues that line the uterus are also growing outside the uterus. For some women, this does not cause any health issues at all. While this condition is not considered life threatening, there are some symptoms that many women do suffer from. These are the symptoms that are commonly associated with endometriosis.

28 September 2015

Basic Tips on How Massage Therapy Improves Your Exercising Routine

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When you first begin exercising, it can create a lot of stress on your muscles and even lead to cramps. For this reason, before strenuous exercise you should warm up your muscles. In addition, massage therapy can also improve your ability to manage your exercise better by reducing muscle fatigue, increasing circulation and more. The list below provides some basic tips on how massage therapy can help improve your overall exercise routine.

1 June 2015

Keeping Your Family Healthy: Hidden Dangers Of Radon Your Home

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When it comes to your home, a priority is making it a safe and healthy environment for you and your family. With this in mind, you do your best to keep your home environment clean. And while you may do a good job at accomplishing this task, you may be missing one of the possible hidden dangers in your home that could cause your family serious health problems. That potential danger is radon.

13 February 2015

Identify & Treat Sleep Apnea With The Right Foods

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A good night's sleep is an important part of your overall health, as it is associated with several things like your mental and skin health. But your sleep can be interrupted if you are suffering from sleep apnea. The following guide will help you identify and possibly deal with this dangerous issue.  Identify Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is a problem that interrupts your breathing as you sleep. During this time, your body relaxes the muscles around your throat to allow an ample amount of air into your lungs.

7 February 2015

3 Ways Parents Can Help Children With A Mental Disability

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Having a child suffer from a mental disability can be very challenging for a parent. You must be on the lookout every moment to make sure that your child is happy and safe. It can be exhausting for many parents, however there is hope. If you have a child with a mental disability there are some things that you can do to help the child. Here are some things that you should do.

30 January 2015

Five Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Back

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One orthopedic surgeon estimated that eighty percent of of Americans will experience low back pain during their lives. One of the things you can do to minimize your chances of having back pain (or lessen it if you do have it) is to strengthen and stretch your back muscles. Many people spend large portions of their day sitting and standing, both of which can strain your back. Here are five exercises you can start doing every day to help your back.

28 January 2015