Are you suffering from a cold or allergies? Many people assume that they are suffering from one of these conditions when they are actually suffering from the other. As a result, they are unable to effectively treat the underlying cause. While colds and allergies have similar symptoms, though, they are two unique conditions that require different forms of treatment. To effectively resolve ...Continue Reading →
If you suffer from digestive distress, you aren’t alone. According to one survey, nearly three-quarters of the U.S. adult population suffers from digestive symptoms, including diarrhea, stomach pain and bloating. While there are many pharmaceuticals available to treat digestive symptoms such as these, they are no substitution for a healthy diet. By following these 10 dieting tips, you’ll reap the benefits ...Continue Reading →
Tree, grass and weed pollen aren’t the only catalysts of allergy attacks. Unbeknownst to many people, mold can also trigger attacks. Known as a mold allergy, it’s a common condition from which millions of people suffer. Because it shares similar characteristics as pollen allergies, however, mold allergies are often left untreated.
What Are Mold Allergies?
A mold allergy is an condition in which your body’s ...Continue Reading →
Roughly 13% of all U.S. employees work in an office, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Considering that there are more than 125 million full-time workers in the United States, that means more than 16 million Americans work in an office. If you fall under this category, you should familiarize yourself with Office Syndrome.
What Is Office Syndrome?
Office syndrome is ...Continue Reading →
Approximately 20% to 46% of the U.S. adult population suffers from severe joint pain, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Whether it’s in your wrists, shoulders, knees, hips or elsewhere, though, you may experience more severe and more frequent joint pain during the winter. Medical experts are still trying to understand the reason for this phenomenon, but ...Continue Reading →