How to Care For Your Feet Every Day

You may not give much attention to your feet every day, but once you have a problem with them, you're probably going to wish you had taken better care of them! Corns and calluses can be painful if left untreated, and even slightly sore feet can keep you from standing or walking any distance. To ensure your feet are always healthy and in good shape, note a few tips for their overall hygiene and for keeping them feeling good throughout the day. [Read More]

6 Signs You Might Be Suffering from Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which your thyroid gland becomes overactive, essentially creating too much of a hormone called thyroxine. Your body operates at its best when hormone levels are kept under control, so hyperthyroidism can be serious. Unfortunately, people often let the symptoms slip them by; if you notice any of the six signs listed below, contact a medical professional as soon as possible. 1. Unexplained Fatigue Fatigue can be common in the modern world; people can cut into their sleeping time by staying up too late or having to wake up early to get to work. [Read More]

Tips On Nerve Damage Recovery Following Fracture Repair Surgery

Fractures take about six weeks to heal fully, depending on the nature and location of the break.  Limb fractures can be very effectively managed by a good orthopaedic surgeon, but damage to the nerves can occur, resulting in loss of sensation and movement in some cases.  Fortunately, damaged nerves are able to regrow, although this can take up to 18 months.  In the meantime, here are some natural ways to help damaged nerves to recover. [Read More]

Three Tips To Survive Spring Allergies While Wearing Contact Lenses

As someone who suffers from seasonal allergies, you already know how miserable spring can be. However, when you start wearing contact lenses, spring gets downright irritating. There are three easy ways you can tone down the effects seasonal allergies will have on your contact lens wearing experience. Don't Itch Taking allergy medication is not always enough to keep the itchy eyes at bay. However, rubbing your eyes when you are wearing contact lenses must be avoided. [Read More]