Allergies: What To Do When You Suspect Them

Sniffing throughout the day or feeling your eyes tear up can immediately make you think you've got a cold. However, allergic reactions to food, the environment, and other triggers could be the cause of how you feel. If you suspect allergies, consider the following. 1-Seeing a Doctor  You may go back and forth about whether you're coping with a common cold or have recurring allergies. You may not think your symptoms need immediate treatment, but if they've continued on for more than a week, it's time to ask a professional. Read More 

Holistic Options For Reducing Allergy Symptoms

From itchy, watery eyes to coughing, sneezing, and a constantly runny nose, living with allergies can be physically and emotionally overwhelming. Unfortunately, these symptoms affect an estimated 50 million Americans who are currently living with allergies. In most cases, medications are taken daily to ease the uncomfortable symptoms. However, these medications can have other side effects, such as sleepiness, which affect your daily life. Thankfully, other treatments are available to ease your allergy symptoms. Read More 

Some Choices To Make When Getting Breast Augmentation Surgery

If you're thinking about getting breast augmentation surgery, you probably have a lot of questions about the procedure. You may wonder what type of implants are best and how you should choose the right size. Your cosmetic surgeon has experience and skill to guide you through selecting the right implants for the most natural look. You have a few choices when it comes to picking out the implants. Here are some of them. Read More 

When Should You Seek A Speech Pathologist For Your Child?

As a parent, it can be natural to worry or fret that your child isn't reaching milestones at the same rate as his or her peers. With more and more children attending daycare centers and preschools where they're exposed to many other children in the same age group, any developmental differences can seem even more apparent, although there's little to no evidence to show that a child who hits certain milestones early will be taller, faster, stronger, or more intelligent later in life. Read More