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Healthy For The Holidays. How to Avoid the Common Cold and Other Aliments

The holidays are a wonderful time but they can also be stressful. Don't let that stress lead to illness. Here are some great ways to fight off the common cold. More than 200 different types of viruses can cause the common cold. Given that, it’s not surprising to know that there are millions of cases every year. A respiratory infection, it often leads to coughing, sneezing, fatigue, and congestion. Depending on... ❯❯❯

How to Support Someone Starting Recovery from Addiction

If you're wondering how to support someone just beginning the recovery process, you're about to embark on a bumpy road that requires tremendous strength. It's not something you can really control; it's just something you have to be present for. But, believe it or not, your love and support can mean the difference between recovery and failure. Sure, the addict has to want to change for themselves, but they'll be in desperate need of a... ❯❯❯

Fact Check: How Effective Are Drug Rehab Centers?

Did you know around 4.5 million people are addicted to opioids? If you're struggling, we can help. Are you wondering about the rehabilitation success rate? Not to worry! In this guide, we’ll go over the rehab success rate. Want to learn more? Keep reading to find out. Treatment Centers Inpatient treatment is around one month long. The patient will undergo counseling and have a rigorous medication schedule. If you head to a... ❯❯❯

8 Reasons You Should Avoid Using Expired Medication

It's 2 am and you're awake with a splitting headache. You stumble into the bathroom and pull out a bottle of Ibuprofen only to see that it's expired. The question is, do you take it and risk the potential dangers? After all, is expired medicine really any danger? We are here to argue that it is. Just like foods, medications have a shelf life. When it comes to your health and safety, consuming expired medicines is simply not worth... ❯❯❯

Reasons Why Sleeping Is Important for Your Health

From the time that we are born, we often hear about the importance of getting eight hours of sleep without fail. Sadly, meeting deadlines and trying to make more money or just spending time on social media has made this vital step for life sustenance a tad less important for most of us. There are many reasons why you should instantly make sure that you get at least 6 to 7 hours of sleep every single day to remain healthy. Read on as... ❯❯❯

A Charming Smile: Is Fluoride Therapy Right for You?

Many dentists will recommend that their patients have a fluoride treatment at least once a year, but is this right for you and your teeth? The answer depends on a few different variables, including where you live, what brand of toothpaste you use and what condition your teeth are currently in. However, your dentist is the one who can best decide what treatments for your teeth will be beneficial and which ones you should skip. It is... ❯❯❯

4 Tips for Picking the Most Suitable Medication Cart for Your Healthcare Facility

The purpose of a medication cart is to provide a safe and secure storage option for your medications and portability is another important feature as nurses and medical need to be able to move them around between patients and wards with the minimum of fuss. When it comes to medication carts for nursing homes, for example, you want to ensure that only authorized users have access to the prescribed medications and another key feature is... ❯❯❯

5 Healthy Pre Workout Foods to Eat

Health experts suggest eating a meal two to three hours for a workout to get the best results. However, you shouldn't take that as an excuse to break into a bag of chips or indulge with some ice cream. Instead, you'll want to focus on snacks that have a track record of helping before a workout. Need some inspiration? Then keep reading as we outline five of the best healthy pre workout meals. 1. Peanut Butter Peanut butter is one... ❯❯❯

7 Common Breathing Disorders (And How to Prevent Them)

You're going to the doctor about a cold you've been having. It's your first time seeing this doctor so you're given a clipboard of information to fill out. One of the things that they are looking for is your family's medical history. There are a ton of things listed such as asthma, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, and a lot of other common breathing disorders. How much do you know about these diseases? How much do you know about your... ❯❯❯

Features of facial fillers from Rediesse

The beauty industry can offer different products that can rejuvenate and improve skin condition. One of such products is Radiesse. It’s a product that is used to treat specific areas of the patient’s face and hands to erase wrinkles, fine lines, to plump up the skin and to restore the cheek volume.  It’s not a surgical treatment, it has a temporary though long-lasting effects. The procedure is safe since  it... ❯❯❯