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Being Aware of Pet Allergies

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Women's Health

You know, in our last report, we talked about birds and the fact that birds and bird feathers can cause problems. I mentioned that you’d have to give away a bird, if that was the case, if that was the cause of the allergies. But, it becomes it bigger problem when you’re talking about a [&hellip

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Dry Skin Aggravated by Allergies

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Women's Health

Dry skin is often associated with allergies, but it’s not necessarily the result of allergies. So, when I talk to people about dry skin, I’ll often say to them that this is a health problem you have, but don’t overreact and say you have allergic issues. What you essentially have is a problem with dryness [&hellip

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Kids Living with Chronic Diseases

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pharmacy, Women's Health

The number of children living with chronic disease has more than quadrupled over the last four decades. Authors of the analysis say the epidemic of chronic disease in children is directly related to a rise in three conditions, Obesity, Asthma, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, that’s commonly known as ADHD. While 1.8% of children in [&hellip

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Hormone Replacement Therapy Risks

Posted in General Medicine, Geriatric Health, Pharmacy, Sexual Health, Women's Health

There is no doubt that midlife hormone replacement therapy has taken a beating. In fact, if women are taking the hormones estrogen and progesterone to help deal with menopause, they should be in communication with their doctor about the pros and cons. The Woman’s Health Initiative, a major study, showed an increased risk of heart [&hellip

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Ice Therapy for Injuries

Posted in Alternative Medicine, Men's Health, Pharmacy, The Body, Women's Health

In our next two reports, we’re going to talk about how to deal with pain inexpensively. One of the first ways that I like doing it is ice. Ice is great. Ice is supposed to be used when you have an injury, or after you’ve actually stressed your arm or knee had a problem. Ice [&hellip

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