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Bad Eye Infection? Keep It Under Control Until You Seek Care

If one of your eyes suddenly appears red, swollen, and infected, you might wonder what you can do to treat it. Eye infections can develop from many things, including bacteria and fungi. Viruses can also trigger infections. Because you don't know why your eye's infected, it's important to keep it under control until you seek urgent care. Here's what you do. Clean Your Hands and Eye If you share washcloths, eye drops, and even sunglasses, you may potentially spread your eye infection to other people. Read More 

Stopping Hearing Aid Whistling With Adhesive Strips

If you have hearing aids that seem to whistle no matter what you do, then it may be time to start thinking about the way that your hearing aids fit in your ear. This is especially true if you have the more traditional in the ear style of hearing aid. However, you should know that you do not have to see your audiologist if a small adjustment needs to be made. Read More 

Different Types Of Physical Therapy For Sports Injuries

If you have pulled a muscle or torn a ligament while playing sports, you may be surprised at how long it is before you can safely return to playing. While you may have thought it was no big deal and wanted to get back on the field, your coach probably made you see the athletic trainer. This person looked over the injury, had you perform a few simple movements, applied pressure, and then told you to sit out the rest of the game and see your doctor before returning to play. Read More 

What You Need to Know When Using Essential Oils to Treat Lice

Lice cases have increased over the last few years, and a lot of that is because lice are more resistant to chemical treatments—in many cases, these methods don't work as well as they used to or they don't offer any additional benefits compared to natural solutions. Essential oils are a popular natural way to deal with lice. If you are leaning in that direction, here are some tips and ideas that you should know about. Read More 

Diagnosed With Heart Problems: Exercising To Promote Better Heart Health

When you've been diagnosed with heart problems, it becomes even more important to keep your heart as healthy as you can. Exercise makes your heart muscle stronger, and allows you to participate in more activities without getting out of breath or having other heart related symptoms. Exercise has many health benefits, help you reduce dangerous cholesterol and blood sugar levels. If you've had a recent heart procedure, or you are recovering from a heart attack, it's necessary to talk with your doctor to ensure the exercise plan you have is safe for you. Read More