Health Guide (Page 89)

Contact Lenses: The Perfect Solution

You have contact lenses, but you don't like taking care of them. Who does? Still, if you don't take good care of your contacts, you run a serious risk of getting an infection - not fun. Most contacts need to be cleaned and disinfected either daily or weekly. In some cases, you can get away with wearing the lens for an entire month, but these are generally disposable lenses. Why Clean and... ❯❯❯

3 Times You Shouldn't Resist Seeking Immediate Medical Care

Many people hesitate to visit a doctor when they experience troubling symptoms. They just want to wait and watch in case it's just the body working out a few kinks. With some symptoms, though, a visit to the doctor shouldn't be put off. If your child wakes up in the middle of the night flushed and hot While parents do usually want to rush to the emergency room at the first sign of a fever in a... ❯❯❯

3 Benefits to Choosing Invisalign Over Traditional Braces

Invisalign clear orthodontic aligners offer an effective cosmetic dentistry treatment that can totally transform your smile. Traditional braces are often uncomfortable and the metal components can cause pain and irritation around the mouth and gums. Thankfully there is another option, and Invisalign is perfect for those who wish to straighten their teeth without unsightly brackets, wires, and... ❯❯❯

5 Health Benefits of Playing Golf

Some say that the sport of golf was created in the Scottish Highlands – somewhere around the 15th century. Another cohort of golf scholars say that the sport dates all the way back to Ancient Roman times. Whatever the case it, there is one thing for certain: golf is a sport enjoyed by millions of people from all walks of life. Whether you enjoy hitting a game of nine holes, or a game of eighteen,... ❯❯❯

How to Tackle Your Drug Addictions

Image Source: Flickr Sobriety can seem like a far-fetched dream when you’re struggling with drug addictions. Recovery always seems out of reach, and you often feel a sense of hopelessness and despair. But it is important that you don’t give up. Click here knows your frustration, and is only too happy to help you examine your addictions and set you on the road to recovery. To begin to tackle... ❯❯❯

How to Get Comfortable Putting in Your Contact Lenses

While getting new contact lenses can be a great experience, it can also be stressful. Putting in contacts can cause anxiety until the process becomes more familiar. Fortunately, to help you get more comfortable with putting in your contact lenses, here are 3 tips: 1. Practice in front of a mirror. To get used to putting in new contacts, you may want to practice in front of a mirror. By... ❯❯❯

Sickle Cell Disease: Cord Blood to the Rescue

Normal red blood cells take the form of neat little discs, each one with a little depression at the center. With this shape, they are easily able to pass through every little blood vessel and valve in the body. Some children inherit genes from their parents that deform their red blood cells in a specific way - they become elongated and shaped like a crescent or a sickle. These red blood cells... ❯❯❯

Staying Fit in the Business World

If you spend the majority of your time sat at a desk then you’ll probably struggle to stay in shape. However, incorporating an office fitness regime into your daily/ weekly routine is easier than you might think. Here are a few ideas about how you can do just that: Get Up and Go Movement is the easiest way to burn calories and you don’t have to be running to burn a significant number. Now,... ❯❯❯

A Guide to Exercise for Fitness-Phobes

Not everybody enjoys exercise, but if you don’t lead a particularly active life, being a fitness-phobe can start to take its toll on your health. If you’ve tried the gym and long runs just aren’t your thing, you might be feeling at a loss. To help you out and offer some ideas on what you can try next, we’ve put together a guide to exercise for fitness-phobes. Dog Walking If you own a dog, you... ❯❯❯

The Traveller's Guide to Staying Healthy

One of the biggest worries about travelling abroad is personal health. Luckily modern health care can alleviate most of these worries. This article will tell you what you need to do before you go, what you should take with you and some other tips and pointers to preserve your health and vitality on a trip abroad.  Before You Go Under the NHS, free vaccinations are provided to protect you... ❯❯❯