If you've never been diagnosed with a sinus infection it can be hard to tell when you actually have one. Many of the symptoms look and feel just like what you would have with the common cold so it's difficult to determine if what you're dealing with is actually something more serious. Take a moment to observe yourself and if any of the following signs seem to be happening you might need to pay a visit to your doctor.
Many people avoid wearing shorts or skirts because they are self-conscious about the appearance of their legs. Varicose veins can be unsightly, but they can also contribute to the development of more serious health conditions.
The cosmetic component of varicose veins should take a back seat to the more serious health implications that can come along with these types of veins.
Varicose veins have the potential to permanently change your skin.
Most people understand when they are experiencing a medical emergency. Uncontrollable bleeding, severe pain, and long-term diarrhea are all signs of a severe medical problem. However, there are some other signs that may not be so clear. This is true of blood in the stool. Keep reading to learn about a few things that you should look at or consider when you see blood in your stool.
Blood in the stool can be scary and overwhelming.
Sleep when baby sleeps – the best advice any mother has ever been given, but seriously – when does baby sleep for more than a few hours at a time? When you have so much on your plate already, losing sleep night after night will begin to take a toll on you. So, how do you get through those first few months with a new baby? Here, you'll find a few pieces of advice that can help.
Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? Are itchy, watery eyes and a runny nose part of your summer every year? One of the first steps to treating your allergies is figuring out exactly what allergies you are suffering from. Allergy testing has been around for decades. The two most common types are the skin prick test, where your back basically becomes a petri dish in a laboratory, and the intradermal method where a very fine needle is used to introduce allergens directly into the skin.