Sewing Without Pain: Preventing And Treating Carpal Tunnel
20 October 2016
If you're an avid sewer, you should know that carpal tunnel syndrome is common in people who spend a lot of time at the sewing machine or using a hand needle. It's delicate, repetitive work that can exacerbate compression of the median nerve in your wrist. You'll find it increasingly difficult to sew without pain unless you take active measures to prevent and treat carpal tunnel while it is still a minor issue.
The Correlations Between Obesity And Heart Health
3 October 2016
Being overweight tends to be very common in today's world, yet it is not a healthy way to live. A recent study concluded that obesity is tied to more chronic illnesses than smoking, and this shows how consequential obesity is. Among all the issues obesity can lead to, heart problems are at the top of the list. Carrying around a lot of extra weight is hard on your heart, and here are a few things you should know about this.
How to Make a Manzanita Plant Ointment for Naturally Treating Poison Ivy Rash
28 April 2016
When warm weather appears each year, many people venture into the wild outdoors and enjoy a variety of activities; hiking, fishing, boating, and camping are just a few of the many pastimes that engage millions of Americans. Unfortunately, along with the fun comes a formidable opponent that can take away the joy and make affected individuals miserable for days or weeks at a time: a rash-inducing, toxic oil called urushiol that is contained in poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac.
18 April 2016
Your eyes are absolutely essential. Without the proper care, especially as you age, you're setting yourself up for vision problems. With the right knowledge, you can keep your eyes healthy for a lifetime. Here are the top five eye care tips:
1. Get eye exams
A comprehensive eye exam doesn't just check your vision acuity. An eye exam will also detect eye health problems including cataracts, glaucoma, and retina defects. It's important to have an eye exam regularly.