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Don’t Overlook These Signs That Your Aging Parent May Be Experiencing Mobility Issues

If you have a senior parent who lives independently, it is important that you take the time to look for cues that they may be experiencing mobility issues. Do not make the mistake of thinking that your parent must show obvious signs of impairment such as those seen after a stroke or serious fall. Overlooking signs that your aging parent may need mobility aids could place them at risk for injuries. Read More 

Be Careful What You See: Understanding Photokeratitis And How To Prevent It From Occurring

Healthy eyes can be damaged by outside sources. Photokeratitis is a painful condition that is totally preventable. Knowing what causes photokeratitis and understanding the condition will help you protect your eyes and eyesight. What is photokeratitis? Photokeratitis is a sunburn of the eye. This condition is caused by exposure to invisible rays of energy known as ultraviolet rays. This painful condition develops when the thin surface layer of the cornea of the eye is exposed to damaging ultraviolet rays. Read More 

What You Need To Know To Make Your Recovery From Rhinoplasty Surgery Easier

During the consultation with your plastic surgeon, you probably discussed how your nose would look after your rhinoplasty surgery is complete. In fact, your doctor probably showed you comparison pictures or used 3D imaging to show you exactly how your nose would appear after your surgery. Don't expect your nose to look like the 3D image as soon as you step out of the operating room. It takes about two weeks to recover from rhinoplasty surgery. Read More 

Three Ways To Stay Regular To Keep Your Hemorrhoid Symptoms At Bay

Having hemorrhoids might be uncomfortable, but you shouldn't be so embarrassed by this common issue that you don't seek medical care. Symptoms such as pain or itching, swelling and even the appearance of blood when you go to the washroom can indicate that you have one or more hemorrhoids that need attention. It's best to arrange a visit with your doctor, who will be able to inspect your body and determine how to help. Read More 

Are You An Athlete? Tips To Help You Avoid Sustaining An Injury

If you're an athlete, you've probably heard the old adage, "If you don't use it, you will lose it," many times.  However, you may not be as aware that using a particular muscle or skill can also result in losing it.  The statistics surrounding the number of athletes of all ages who sustain some form of injury are pretty amazing, and they serve to show that it is important to learn preventative techniques that can ward off these unwanted injuries. Read More