Chronic Illness

What to Avoid When You Have Allergic Rhinitis

Posted on December 16, 2013

What to Avoid When You Have Allergic Rhinitis Allergic rhinitis or hay fever is the swelling or soreness of the nasal membranes. Symptoms include sneezing, postnatal drip, headache, earache, red eyes, itching (eyes, nose, palate, and ears), drowsiness, and others. To manage these, you can do some home treatments or take over-the-counter medications or as […]

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Tips to Improve Your Focus

Posted on December 11, 2013

Tips to Improve Your Focus Distractions are everywhere. No matter how hard you try, you tend to entertain everything that is happening around you. It then becomes difficult for you to concentrate—but you can do some things to increase your focus if you want to. Control your mind. You get distracted because you absorb everything […]

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Winter Health Conditions to Look Out for This Season

Posted on November 6, 2013

Winter Health Conditions to Look Out for This Season Keep an eye out for these winter health conditions that befall so many unknowing individuals. Learn what to do to prevent getting sick before the year ends. While most people welcome the winter season with open hearts, there are an unfortunate few who develop certain conditions […]

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Is it Time to Say Goodbye to Soda? Sugary Beverages Found to Increase Cancer Risk in Women

Posted on October 30, 2013

Is it Time to Say Goodbye to Soda? Sugary Beverages Found to Increase Cancer Risk in Women Sugary drinks are a staple in women’s lives, but they seem to be providing more than just a delightful burst of energy. They also carry a risk for cancer. Why is it that having a sweet tooth is […]

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Excuse Me, What? November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

Posted on October 28, 2013

Excuse Me, What? November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month If you haven’t forgotten, November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Learn more about this disease and what you can do to help prevent its onset. Across America, in every state, every town or city, there will be that one individual who once carried a […]

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Should You Lessen the Time You Spend with Your Smartphone?

Posted on October 4, 2013

Should You Lessen the Time You Spend with Your Smartphone? Almost everyone has a smartphone nowadays, but people seem to be forgetting the health hazards associated with prolonged exposure to mobile devices. Connectivity is the name of the game for many individuals and businesses today. Almost everyone has a handheld device within their reach and […]

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Drug Shortages in America: Patients are becoming victims

Posted on September 20, 2013

Two years ago a scientist and close friend told me there was about to be a drug shortage in the United States. I did not believe him and actually smirked at the idea. In my opinion, the drug industry is a multi billion dollar if not trillion dollar business in the United States. I could […]

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Get Smart About Sodium [Infographic]

Posted on May 16, 2013

Get Smart About Sodium [Infographic]   Eating too much salt can harm your heart. Find out if you’re overdosing on sodium and learn the saltiest foods to limit. Click here for our Blog Disclaimer.

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Do not leave your doctor’s office until… (part 3)

Posted on May 3, 2013

Medical records are not created equal. Just as you, your records are unique to you and only you. Medical records are created when you receive treatment of any kind, whether it is a simple look at a mole to see if it’s ok, or if you received a dreaded diagnosis. It’s all in your records […]

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Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type

Posted on April 10, 2013

Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type Medical specialists have discovered a certain gene that is connected to the development of the most standard kind of epilepsy. This is a prime discovery because it could lead to a genetic exam for the illness. In addition, it was also suggested that the find can […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon