Your immune system fights off infections so effectively that you have no idea that you were on the verge of becoming ill. When this protective barrier fails, your body is susceptible to a number of potential infectious organisms. Even your eyes become vulnerable to damage without the immune system to protect them. Here is one way that your eyes can be affected if your immune system is not working optimally.
9 August 2016
Summer is almost over. That means it's almost time for your kids to head back to school. The last thing you want is for them to miss valuable instructional time during cold and flu season. You don't have to keep your kids in a bubble to protect them from getting sick this school year. Here are three simple steps you can take to help keep your kids healthy this year.
29 July 2016
Experiencing extreme trauma or physical force can cause your tooth to extrude. When this occurs, your tooth is still attached to its socket. As a result, this can be painful to deal with. In order to remedy the situation, you will need to visit your dentist in order to get the tooth repositioned. A repositioning involves using a stint to place the tooth back into its original position. Once the tooth heals you will be able to eat and chew normally.
1 June 2016
Having an anal fissure can be a pain where you sit — literally. And, while visiting your doctor for an assessment and consuming a high-fiber diet can be helpful, the reality is that many people who are experiencing this common health condition will experience considerable pain while sitting and after long periods of sitting. While limiting the amount that you sit should be a priority, you want to ensure that you're as comfortable as possible when you are forced to sit for long periods of time.
1 June 2016
Calcium is not only important for developing strong bones in your child's body, but it also helps to construct strong teeth. If your child suffers from low calcium levels or hypocalcemia, then their enamel and the health of their teeth can end up suffering. Teeth that are left weakened by a lack of vitamins and minerals are left open to possible bacterial infections as well as tooth decay. Experiencing tooth decay at a young age can negatively impact the way that your child's permanent teeth grow in.
1 June 2016
If your child has asthma, then you want to get it under control as soon as possible. Common symptoms of asthma are coughing at night, wheezing when breathing out, trouble breathing and frequent chest colds. It also means having to make frequent trips to the emergency room and your child not being able to live a normal life. Read on to find out how to manage your child's condition with prescription inhalation aerosols.
17 May 2016
Hypermobility Syndrome, particularly in children, is often written off as simple growing pains, but it actually reflects a fundamental difference in physiology that can be both a blessing and a curse. If your child is unusually flexible, stands with a strange posture, and complains frequently about aches and pains, he or she may suffer from this condition. Thankfully, you can help manage your child's discomfort and encourage safe athletic development through regular physical therapy sessions.
13 May 2016