Could Your Contact Lenses Do More Than Just Correct Your Vision?
31 January 2016
If you're one of the 30 million contact lens wearers in the U.S., you may not pay much attention to your lenses. You wear them, you clean them, you replace them as necessary, and you get regular checkups from your eye doctor to make sure your eyes are staying healthy while wearing them.
But some researchers think that your contact lenses could be much more than that. In fact, scientists announced in January that they were working on a contact lens for people with diabetes.
5 Ways To Speed Up Weight Loss
13 January 2016
If you are working hard and still struggling to lose a pound or two a week, you probably feel pretty frustrated. You want to become healthier and more fit, but you can't seem to shed those stubborn pounds. However, making a few simple changes can help you reach your goal faster. Here are five effective ways to speed up weight loss:
Write Down Everything You Eat
If you underestimate how many calories you eat every day, you could hinder your weight loss goal.
Have These Things At Home For The Days Following Your Facelift Surgery
29 December 2015
If you have decided to schedule your appointment for a facelift procedure, then you will be happy to learn that there are some inexpensive things that you can have in your home to aid in your comfort during recovery. By preparing ahead of your surgery appointment date, you can ensure that you have the best recovery experience possible.
Some necessary preparations for a comfortable post-facelift experience include:
Bags of Frozen Vegetables to Use as Ice Packs
Recovering From A Tear In Your Rotator Cuff
12 December 2015
Your rotator cuff is a complex arrangement of tendons that protect your shoulder while allowing a full range of motion. A tear in one of these tendons often requires surgery to restore your shoulder to its normal functionality. Here is what you need to know about the treatment of this injury and what to expect during your recovery from it.
A Simple Injury That Requires a Long Recovery Period
The tendons in the rotator cuff attach various muscles to the bones that make up your shoulder.