5 Tips for Staying Healthy When You Work in Health Care

5 Tips for Staying Healthy When You Work in Health Care

Health care is one of the most exciting, emotional and rewarding careers. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the ones where you’re exposed to the most germs. Whether you work in health care already or are considering a career in the medical field but are hesitating...

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Sweet Poison: 6 Reasons to Start Avoiding Sugar

Many researchers are now claiming that refined sugar is the single biggest health concern for Americans today. This ingredient has become so pervasive that many people get over 10 percent of their daily calories from sugar. Here is a closer look at just a few of the...

6 Health Benefits of Coffee

There is always a lot of chatter around whether coffee is good or bad for you. The topic has been studied extensively, likely because we are a nation of coffee drinkers. There are coffee shops and cafes in just about every city and town. There is plenty of science...

How to Prevent Bone Breaks Later in Life

As you get older, the more likely you are to break a bone, leading to discomfort and immobility. Especially for women who stop developing bone strength in their early years, breaks are probably far more common and more of a threat to daily life. Follow these tips to...

A Pain in My Tooth: 5 Tricks to Manage Tooth Pain

Most of us will have a toothache at some point. Tooth pain can be debilitating. Fortunately, there are things that you can do at home in order to reduce the pain. Salt Water You will need to pour a teaspoon of salt in boiling water. Swish the salt water in your mouth...

The Root of the Problem: 5 Reasons to See Your Dentist

There are a variety of reasons why you need a dentist in your life. For some people, dentists provide a lot of preventative care for people with good genetics, good dental habits or both. For others, the dentist is needed to help with a variety of medical conditions,...

How to Get Rid of Your Child’s Stubborn Cold

As your family enters the spring and summer months, you may still find that your child is fighting off a cold from the late winter. While perhaps the worst of it is over, they may still have the sniffles or a persistent cough that keeps them up at night and keeps them...

Pregnancy Preparation: 4 Essentials For The Best 9 Months

Having a baby? Congratulations future Mom and welcome to an exciting new world of changes beginning with your body. Some of it will be exciting, nauseating, comical, and downright incredible–and we’re sharing 4 pregnancy essentials to make it the best nine...

Over the Hill: 5 Health Concerns Everyone Over 50 Should Know

Practically everyone will experience a few ailments as they grow older, but many of the most common age-related health concerns can be minimized or avoided entirely with the proper care. Those who focus on their overall health and work with an experienced team of...

How to Integrate a Love of Sports and Fitness into Your Daily Life

As you continue to progress through life, you’ll quickly realize that it’s important to maintain passions and hobbies that you actively pursue. You should have a passion project that you can work on with no reward other than personal fulfillment. Whether...

Dimming Vision: 4 Warnings Signs That You Are Developing Cataracts

If your vision seems to be getting slowly worse, it may be a product of aging, but it could be a sign of cataracts. A cataract clouds your eye’s lens, causing objects that you see to look cloudy. Among other things, these four primary symptoms may signal to you and...

Eye Care Made Easy: Should You Wear Contacts or Glasses?

Good vision is easily taken for granted. Eyes generally require very little maintenance, but when seeing becomes a challenge, it is time to get some corrective lenses or contacts. Eyeglasses and contacts both have their pros and cons. Here are some points to consider...

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