4 Things You Should Know Before Getting A Pap Smear

Getting a pap smear is not one of the more pleasant reasons to visit your gynecologist. However, it is a necessity, since it can detect early signs of cervical cancer. If you are considering doing a pap smear for the first time, then it is understandable that you may be nervous about it and may have some questions.  Here are a few questions and answers you are sure to find useful. Read More 

Bee Sting Side Effects: What To Do If You’re Having A Severe Reaction

If you've been stung by a bee, you may be experiencing a serious allergic reaction. Many people don't know if they're allergic to bee stings because they've simply never been stung. However, you may now be dealing with several worrisome symptoms. If you're not sure what to do next, it may be best to go to the hospital or urgent care center for immediate treatment. Common Symptoms of an Allergic Reaction to a Bee Sting Read More 

Three Types Of Friends To Avoid When You’re Worried About A Relapse

One of the biggest changes that you'll need to make in your life after achieving sobriety from drugs is to keep certain bad influences out of your life. This change can be one of the most difficult to make, especially if you need to say goodbye to friends who have been a part of your life for several years. While you don't necessarily need to pledge to never see these people again, your immediate priority is your newfound sobriety. Read More 

How Hypnosis Can Help Teenage Athletes Quit Smoking

Many teenagers start smoking as a form of rebellion or as a way of feeling more adult. Unfortunately, this unhealthy habit can seriously affect the skills of teen athletes. In some cases, hypnosis may be necessary to help them quit. Smoking Is Common In Teenagers While smoking cigarettes may be on the decline in general among teenagers, it is still a serious problem. For example, it is estimated that nearly five million high school students currently smoke cigarettes. Read More 

Five Subtle Signs Of A Neurological Problem That Patients Often Overlook

Diseases that affect the nervous system, from multiple sclerosis to brain tumors, can be devastating. While each neurological disease does have its unique qualities, they all have one thing in common: the earlier the condition is diagnosed, the easier it is to treat or manage. The problem is, many early signs of neurological conditions are pretty subtle and easily overlooked. So, patients don't realize anything is wrong or think to see a doctor until the condition is more advanced. Read More