4 Common Cataract Myths, Debunked

Eating a well-balanced diet and exercising are important tasks for a healthy lifestyle. However, annual visits to your primary care physician and medical specialists are also necessary for your health and wellness. Vision plays a key role in your life, but you may not be paying enough attention to your eyes. While shocking to learn, an estimated 24.4 million Americans over the age of 40 develop cataracts. You may have heard of cataracts, but you may not fully understand the causes, effects, and treatment options for this common eye disorder. Read More 

About Suffering From Urge Incontinence

Urinating on yourself as an adult can be embarrassing when it happens in a public place. If you are concerned about your inability to control when and where you urinate, it is wise to get examined by an urologist. You might be suffering from a condition that is called urinary incontinence. There are several forms of the condition, but yours might be urge incontinence due to you not being able to stop the urine from coming out. Read More 

Tips To Help You Successfully Recover From Bunion Surgery

According to WebMD, approximately 23 percent of 18 to 65 year old Americans suffer from the pain associated with bunions. If you have these bony protrusions and are sick and tired of the pain, you might be considering surgery. Your bunion surgery will be far more successful if you care for your feet correctly after the procedure is over. Here are a few tips to help you through the bunion post-surgical process: Read More 

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