Three Ways To Cope And Act After A Glaucoma Diagnosis

If you've just found out you have glaucoma, you may be worried about how your life will be affected from now on, and whether you're going to have to give up any of your hobbies, your job, or even some independence. Life with glaucoma is certainly different, but depending on when your ophthalmologist caught the disease, you could find that you can continue doing most, if not all, of what you like to do. Read More 

“Healthy” Products That You Didn’t Know Could Cause Hormone Trouble

If you want to avoid gynecology issues, especially if you are dealing with menstrual issues or menopausal problems, you should stay away from products that cause hormone disruption. Even if you generally live a healthy lifestyle, you might ingest or come into close contact with items that have been known to cause hormonal issues because they appear to be healthy. Here are some products that can cause hormonal problems that you should avoid in the future. Read More 

Helpful Information About Epilepsy

Have you noticed that there is a lot of involuntary jerking in your arms and legs lately? You might want to make an appointment with a neurological specialist as soon as possible, as the problem you are experiencing is one of the symptoms of epilepsy. Find out in this article what you should know about epilepsy so you will know what to expect if you are diagnosed and treated for it. Read More 

Your Diabetic Child’s Care When You Can’t Be There

You're confident in your child's ability to manage her diabetes 1. She knows how to count carbs, measure her blood sugar levels and give herself insulin injections. But you're always around to back her up. Are you just as confident when she walks out the door to school? You can be, if you, your child and your child's school have a plan and work as a team. Overview of Diabetes Care Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Manage Your Acne

Many people struggle with acne their whole lives. Acne is not only embarrassing and unattractive, but it can also cause the person a lot of discomfort and pain. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to help manage your acne. Here are a couple tips. 1. Use Steroid Creams and Ice To Manage Swelling and Redness Many times a side effect of acne is inflammation of the skin. This is because when you have an irritation on your skin, such as pimples, your body triggers the immune system. Read More