Managing Your Allergies With Oral Medication, Inhalers, And Nasal Spray

When allergy season hits, you may be overwhelmed with symptoms. Itchy, watery eyes and a stuffed up nose are common for people who suffer from allergies. Whether your allergies have been identified as indoor or outdoor allergies, getting your symptoms under control is important. While some people don't find symptoms worth medicating, others find that allergies make a significant impact in their daily lives. If you are struggling with your allergies and your asthma is getting worse, it's time to meet with your doctor to discuss your options. Read More 

Freaking Out From A Bulge Or A Lump? 3 Non-Cancerous Causes To Explore

Cancer has taken numerous American lives already and is expected to take another 595,690 lives in 2016. Cancerous cells grow rather silently, and, as a result, they often go unnoticed until it's too late. Because of this, most primary-care physicians place a lot of stress on the importance of getting regular physical checkups. It's important to feel for lumps or bulges that might potentially become a problem. Still, not all bulges and lumps are necessarily cancerous. Read More 

The Ins And Outs Of Spinal Decompression As An Alternative To Surgery

Throughout the United States, an estimated 31 million people suffer from lower back pain at any given moment. Many of these people may even undergo invasive surgery procedures in order to relieve this pain. Spinal decompression therapy offers an alternative approach that avoids invasive and potentially extensive surgery treatments, especially for those seeking short recovery times. The following explains the potential benefits and pitfalls of this treatment. How It Works Read More 

5 Glaucoma Treatments You Need To Consider

Glaucoma is a common eye condition that more than 3 million Americans suffer from. Everyone is at risk for getting glaucoma, there is no cure, and it is the leading cause of blindness. It's all incredibly scary, but there are things people can do to relieve symptoms and slow the progression. If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, here are some of the best glaucoma treatments that you should try. Read More 

Anaphylaxis In Children: What Every Parent Needs To Know

According to research, it only takes 1-2 minutes for a mild allergic reaction to turn into anaphylaxis, which is life-threatening. As many as 50 million people in the United States may be at risk for developing anaphylaxis, which includes the 8% of American children under the age of 3 who have food allergies. Unfortunately, it's difficult to notice symptoms of severe allergic reactions and anaphylaxis in children under 3. If you are a parent of a small child or are expecting a baby, here's what you need to know. Read More