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Eye Health 411: Lifestyle Changes That Will Help Your Vision

There are many controllable risk factors to prevent vision loss. You do not have to subject yourself to any of them, and you can change any of the ones that you are doing. Here are four lifestyle changes to help you keep your eyes healthy. Quit Smoking Your eyes have some of the...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017

Eye Spy with My Little Eye: Interactive Car Games for You and Your Family

There’s nothing worse than hearing “Are we nearly there yet?” every five minutes from the kids. Most parents struggle with what to do with their children when they’re driving long distances. And, while you could just hand them a mobile device, it sort of takes...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

Protecting Your Valuable Vision From Eye Strain Caused By Too Much Technology

With all of today’s technology, screens are everywhere and available in all sizes, from our huge big-screen televisions to our tiny, handheld devices. While our parents may have warned us against sitting too close to the TV set as children, now it seems that we can’t get away...
Posted On 12 Oct 2015

How Accurate Are Modern Eye Tests?

Loss of eyesight is a reality for both the elderly, and for young people. There are many different health reasons for eyesight loss in adults and children. One of these reasons is called macular degeneration, which causes loss of vision within the center of the eye. Another...
Posted On 24 Sep 2014

How To Deal With Dark Circles Under Your Eyes In Your Life After 25

Dark circles under our eyes can be a problem at any age, but tend to be more noticeable as we get older – and they certainly have an effect on our appearance, making us look tired and possibly, older than we feel! They can be tricky to disguise with concealer so a more...
Posted On 28 Apr 2012

Routine Gynecology Examinations

    What is a “breast exam”? A breast exam that’s done by a physician–usually we do it every six months to a year, depending on a patient’s history and the complexity of their breast tissue. So a person should expect to be examined sitting...
Posted On 17 Oct 2011

Women’s Health: 4 Signs To Watch For To Prevent Disease As You Age

Many things get better with age, and you can absolutely be one of them. The key to doing so is staying active and healthy so you can spend your later years continuing to work a job you love or enjoying the fruits of your labor in retirement. Here are four signs of illness to be...
Posted On 06 Jul 2017

6 Ways to Slow Down Common Side Effects of Aging

Aging often brings about some unpleasant changes. Fortunately, there are ways you can slow down the common side effects of aging without resorting to Botox or invasive surgeries. Below is a list of things you can do in order to stay healthier and avoid common marks of old age....

A Small Health Guide for Women After They Are 25!

We often take our health for granted, until we get sick and have zero energy to do our everyday chores and obligations. Then we lay in bed for days and only have one wish – to get better! In order to prevent many diseases, we can take some precautions in order to maintain a...
Posted On 08 Dec 2015

How to Spice Things up in the Bedroom with a Few Tantric Surprises

Spending time in the bedroom with your partner is a beautiful way to reconnect with each other. The time you spend with your partner allows you to deepen your relationship and stay connected while also reducing stress and relaxing your body. If your private time is becoming a...
Posted On 29 Jun 2017

Surgery Spooked? 4 Things To Know For Pre-Procedure Peace Of Mind

Whether you are going into the hospital or medical center for a serious surgical operation or a rather routine outpatient procedure, you understandably may have many concerns and questions lingering in the back of your mind. Your procedure may be urgently needed or optional, but...
Posted On 27 Jun 2017

Achieving Your Dream Job: 5 Ways You Can Improve Your Career Prospects

We spend the majority of our young lives, essentially, preparing for work. Through school, college and university the end goal is always to get a good job at the end of it all. When you’re young, people often ask ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’ and as adults, we ask...
Posted On 23 Jun 2017