Menopause: 3 Tips To Help Ease Your Main Symptoms

Most women dread the day that they realize that their hormones are out of whack and that they have begun their menopause journey. This usually occurs to women between 45 and 55 years of age, according to Healthline. With the right circumstances, menopause can be triggered early with one percent of females reaching menopause before they hit 40 years old. Healthline notes that there are several symptoms and complications of menopause. [Read More]

4 Indications That You Need Glasses

Without proper eyesight, you may find it difficult to participate in your normal daily activities, such as driving or even reading a book. However, most vision abnormalities can be corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Still, many people don't receive an annual eye exam and may not realize that they require corrective lenses. Here are a few indications that you may need eyeglasses: Difficulty Reading Small Print If you are unable to read the small print of a book or are constantly enlarging the font of your phone, tablet or computer, you may be suffering from presbyopia. [Read More]

4 Signs That It Is Time To See A Dermatologist

There are just some things that are better left to the specialists, such as skin problems. Therefore, you will want to make sure that you are well aware of the following four signs that it is time to schedule an appointment with a dermatologist. You Have An Itch That Won't Quit Whether your entire body is feeling itchy or you just have one patch of skin that itches non-stop, you will want to make sure that you are scheduling an appointment with a dermatologist. [Read More]

E. Coli, Salmonella And Listeria: Three Of The Top 3 Food Contaminants And How To Protect Yourself From Them

It seems like every day there's a new food-poisoning scare or a new food recall. Whether the culprit is E. Coli, Salmonella, Listeria or some other infectious organism, these cases not only can be financially devastating to food producers, retailers and restaurants, they can cause severe illness, even death. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself and your family. Foodborne Illnesses Bacteria, viruses and parasites are the most common causes of foodborne sickness, also called food poisoning. [Read More]