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Sneezing & Coughing? Top Tips to Help You Breathe During Allergy Season

Opening the windows and enjoying the fresh spring air is a great way to push those winter blues out of your home. Spring is the time to take long walks, enjoy your patio and just enjoy the great outdoors. Unless, of course, you suffer from seasonal allergies.

Here’s What You Need to Know About Laparoscopic Back Surgery

back surgery

Back surgery — it’s a scary, even terrifying, prospect. It wasn’t so long ago that the prospect of back surgery meant long recovery times, with pain and immobility lasting for months on end. But those days are gone, thanks to laparoscopic surgical techniques.

5 Things Eating Disorders Can Do to Your Body

eating disorder effects

A long term eating disorder, whether it be bulimia or anorexia, can play havoc with a person’s body. Here are only five ways an eating disorder can affect the body.

What to Do When Your Feet Have Bunion.

When dealing with bunion pain, your daily lifestyle can be greatly altered. Bunions are bone like bumps that form at the base of your big toe on the joint. Most often the big toe pushes against the toe next to it causing a deformity. Bunion pain can often be treated with many natural home remedies. Here is what you can do:

Using Natural Remedies To Tackle Morning Sickness

Whether this is your first pregnancy or your fourth, you no doubt wake up every morning anticipating your little one's arrival. If you're in that golden period between six and twelve weeks, you might wake up every morning feeling something else altogether: nausea.

Worse for Wear: 4 Signs You Have an Undiagnosed Sports Injury

Sports Injury

Injuries can occur among athletes of any age, and in almost any sport. Some traumatic injuries can be quite severe and even life-threatening, but all injuries should be followed by proper diagnosis and treatment. Here are some common signs you have suffered a sports injury.

How Runners Can Better Protect Their Achilles

The Achilles is a tendon that connects your two major calf muscles to the heel bone. When it is placed under too much stress, which is a common occurrence for runners and other athletes, it can become less flexible and even inflamed. An inflamed Achilles tendon can eventually tear, which is why any runner should take steps to protect their Achilles and recognize the symptoms of inflammation before they get to be too much.

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