Embrace Your Face: Pick Glasses That Flatter You

We've come a long way from the days of "men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses" – thanks to fashion designers from Armani to Vera Wang and many in between, designer glasses have become another way to show your style. And just like you want to choose clothes that flatter your figure, it's important to choose glasses that flatter your face. So once your eye exam is finished and it's time to sort through all those options for frames, knowing and understanding your facial shape will put you on the path to glasses that will get you compliments everywhere you go! Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Looking For Home Health Care Services

When it comes to caring for ailing loved ones in the home, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. This is especially the case if you have younger children to take care of, as well as a job outside of the home. That is why so many people are turning to home health care services for their loved ones. It enables them to make sure their loved ones are taken care of without the need to take them out of their home. Read More 

Sublingual Allergy Treatment: Immunotherapy Without Injections

If your allergy symptoms make you feel terrible and you hate taking allergy medicine because of side effects, you might want to try a product that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration approved in 2014. A fast-dissolving tablet that you place under your tongue once per day helps your body become accustomed to the allergen and eventually stop reacting to it. This treatment works if you're allergic to pollen from certain types of grasses, but you may have other options if you react to different substances. Read More 

Keeping Young Eyes Safe: On The Field And Off

As a parent, you want to ensure that your child stays safe and healthy. If you are a parent of a teen athlete, this is even more important. If your child participates in high impact or other physically demanding sports and has vision that needs correcting, contact lenses may be your best and safest option.  While there are glasses that are designed for wearing during sport activities these are not always the safest choice, especially in high impact sports like football. Read More 

Alternatives To Prescription Drugs For Pain Management

In recent years, as health care options are expanding and changing, more and more attention is being placed on the topic of pain management.  The days of doctors solely treating chronic pain with prescription painkillers and analgesics are relatively gone.  Now, there are new methods and techniques for patients.  In fact, clinics are opening in most major cities to serve as pain institutes or pain management centers.  Here, then, are some of the newest methods for managing chronic pain. Read More