3 Ways to Treat Hay Fever Symptoms

Posted on: 9 November 2015

Just about everyone knows someone who has hay fever or has heard of someone who does. The itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, stuffy nose, and overall miserable feeling are telltale signs of this common allergy. As the seasons change, many people suffer with allergies. Hay fever is your body's reaction to foreign materials in the air around you. It often stems from molds and pollens. While hay fever is often a seasonal allergy, there are some who struggle with it throughout the entire year.
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Gestational Diabetes: When Meeting with a Nutritionist Is Essential for the Health of You and Your Unborn Baby

Posted on: 26 October 2015

If you have recently been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, it's important to take your nutrition seriously. This is a form of diabetes that causes your blood sugar to be too high during a pregnancy. While your blood sugar will likely return to normal after you give birth, it's necessary to keep your blood sugar under control throughout your pregnancy to avoid any complications. Larger-Than-Average Birth Weights with Gestational Diabetes When you keep your blood sugar levels under control, you are very likely to deliver a healthy baby naturally.
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4 Tips For Fighting Acne Scarring With Ease

Posted on: 12 October 2015

While many teens and young adults suffer with acne, that doesn't make the scars any less of a problem. Depending on how bad the scars are, the treatment methods that are going to work will vary from one person to the next. To help treat scarring and restore your skin back to its natural condition, try some of the tips outlined below. Tea Tree Oil A gel that contains 5% tea tree oil often works just as well as a lotion that contains 5% benzoyl peroxide.
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What Is Sundowning and How Can Occupational Therapy Help?

Posted on: 28 September 2015

Many Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers at one time or another deal with a problem called "sundowning." Whether you're a patient or a caregiver, it's important to know what sundowning is and how an occupational therapist can help. What is sundowning? Sundowning is a phenomenon that occurs in many patients with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Sundowning is the worsening of the condition after the sun goes down. Sundowning commonly occurs in the middle stages of Alzheimer's.
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