Natural Ways to Combat Seasonal Allergies

Posted on: 11 January 2017

Seasonal allergies are a huge annoyance for a lot of people. Just when the weather starts to warm up and people are excited to go outside after a long winter, flying pollen tries to drive them indoors again. If you have watery, itchy eyes and an incessant need to sneeze during the spring months, you might be suffering from seasonal allergies. An allergist would be able to tell you exactly what's causing your symptoms, but whether it's grass or a particular type of pollen, these things are difficult to avoid when pollen is riding on the wind and everyone is mowing their lawn.
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Precautions To Ensure Your Handbag Doesn't Cause You Back Pain

Posted on: 14 December 2016

Do you know that carrying a handbag can lead to back pain? Your bag's weight, how you carry it, and how often you carry it can all contribute to poor posture and back pain. In an ideal world, you wouldn't have to carry heavy bags, but that might not be practical in the real world. Still, take the following precautions so that your bag doesn't cause you back pain: Switch It Up Between Your Elbows
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What Do You Need To Know About Pediatric Hypertension?

Posted on: 28 November 2016

When you think of hypertension, you probably think of it is as a health problem that adults worry about. The truth is that children can experience hypertension as well. In fact, the condition is often misdiagnosed as something else because it has been considered an adult problem. This does not take away from the severity of the problem. Hypertension can have fatal consequences. If you want to learn more about pediatric hypertension, this guide will help.
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Tips for Recovering Well After Cataract Laser Surgery

Posted on: 21 October 2016

If you are having cataract laser surgery soon and are concerned about a safe and comfortable recovery, then you are not alone. While it may make you feel uncomfortable having laser surgery on your eye, the good news is that you will be seeing clearly in as little as one or two days post-surgery. In order for your eye to heal well, please follow these time-tested tips: Tip: Don't Drive or Bend Over in the Hours After Your Cataract Surgery
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