You and millions of other people look forward to warm weather when you can engage in various types of outdoor activities. Unfortunately, stinging insects look forward to the warm weather too, and those stings can be painful, especially when they cause an allergic reaction. Most insect stings do not cause a reaction, but you could suffer a serious reaction. An allergic reaction to stinging insects causes a remarkable number of deaths each year in America.
10 May 2019
If you're beginning to notice your hairline receding, you aren't seeing things - your hairline is probably receding. A receding hairline or thinning hair at the crown can be something you may be self-conscious about. To help prevent losing more of your hair there are things you can do. Read on for tips that can help prevent hair further hair loss. Skip Hats Wearing hats may make you feel better about your hairline, but all you're doing is covering up your thinning hair, but could also be losing more due to the hats.
9 April 2019
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
If your teenager's doctor has just informed you that they have asthma, feelings may be swirling in your mind. You may feel profound relief because you understand what's been troubling your teenager, but become scared about their ability to manage it. How can you support your teenager as they adjust to their asthma? Tell People Most teenagers like to remain private about their personal health issues. Your own teenager might be adamant that no one find out and that everyone treat them "
7 January 2019