Autoimmune Answers: Understanding Antibody Management

Three Autumn And Winter Allergy Triggers

For many allergy sufferers, the seasonal change of spring to autumn is a welcome one. They find some relief from the allergy symptoms that cause them so much discomfort during the high pollen months. Unfortunately, for some allergy suffers, the symptoms persist throughout autumn and winter. If your allergy symptoms are not letting up during the off seasons, you may be wondering what could be triggering the symptoms. Here, you will learn a little about three main allergy triggers that are still a problem during autumn and winter seasons. Read More 

How Doctors Choose The Ideal Cancer Treatments For Their Patients

Cancer is a terrifying disease in and of itself, and it can be made even more terrifying when you have to weed through the various treatment options and try to determine which one you think will be the best choice. Fortunately, you are not alone in this decision-making process. Your doctor can help you and your loved ones choose the best course of action based on a number of factors--factors which will ultimately make one particular treatment more beneficial than another. Read More 

Cataract Treatments: What You Need To Know

Your latest visit to the optometrist revealed a surprising reason for your recent vision troubles. You have cataracts. While you may be shocked by the diagnosis, you are more confused than anything. You never thought you would have to deal with such an eye disorder and you have no idea where to begin. There are several treatment options available to you to treat your cataracts. All you need to do is know and understand your options. Read More 

How To Treat Your Child At Home After A Bronchoscopy Procedure

If you have a young child, then you know that he or she will place almost anything in their mouth. If you are not quick enough to retrieve a small object, then your child is likely to swallow it. In some cases, the object can get stuck in the throat and a throat doctor will need to retrieve it. This will occur during a procedure called a bronchoscopy. After the procedure is completed, your child's throat may be sore. Read More 

Disease-Proof Your Vision: How Your Diet Affects Your Eyesight

Eyes, like every other organ in the body, are susceptible to disease. Diet can play a big part in whether or not people contract chronic and debilitating conditions. Genetics and environment aside, what you put in your mouth can help preserve your eyesight for a long time. Why Does Food Matter? You might think that food is simply for calories and energy. While that's food's major function, people can suffer malnourishment even if they have plenty to eat. Read More