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Six Ways To Deal With Under Eye Cirlces And Bags

Having dark circles or bags under your eyes makes you look tired and older, which are two things no one wants! Luckily, there are some things you can do to get rid of these problem areas and make yourself look refreshed and youthful again. Sleep: This is much easier said than done, but the best way to rid your face of dark circles under the eyes is to get plenty of sleep. Read More 

It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Hormone Replacement Therapy

If you are being advised by your physician that Hormone Replacement Therapy, or HRT, would help to relieve your post-menopausal symptoms, you probably have lots of questions. You may be suffering from mood swings, hot flashes, a general feeling of sluggishness and more. HRT has been very controversial but now seems to regaining popularity. Below are four key questions and answers to assist you in making a decision about HRT. Read More 

In-Home Care: Choosing Safe Activities For Your Parent With Alzheimer’s

If your parent has Alzheimer's and you employ an in-home care, you should make sure they stay active as much as they can. Even though many activities are no longer safe for him or her, such as cooking, there are safe and rewarding things your parent can do to keep busy throughout the day. Gardening Gardening is therapeutic, and there is nothing like getting outside and getting your hands dirty. Make a special flower garden for your parent. Read More 

Learn What To Expect At Your First Visit To The Optometrist

Growing up in a home where money was tight could have limited your access to certain things, such as visits to the eye doctor. If you never complained about not being able to see well, your parents may have assumed you had perfect vision and never taken you to the eye doctor. If you notice that you are having a hard time reading or getting frequent headaches when you work on the computer, it may be time to get your eyes checked. Read More 

How To Avoid Hurting Your Back During The Winter

In the winter, you might be less willing to keep up with your chiropractic care appointments. It's cold out and you might not want to slip on the ice. This will make you less vulnerable to getting sick during the winter. Besides keeping you from getting sick, you may need more chiropractic care to cope with many of the winter activities that can be bad for your back. This can include removing snow from your windshield, shoveling and trying to avoid falling when walking on ice. Read More