Helpful Information About Allergic Rhinitis

Are you trying to come up with a way to prevent your eyes from watering up so much? It is possible that your watery eyes are a symptom of allergic rhinitis, which is also commonly referred to as hay fever. Basically, allergic rhinitis can develop when allergens enter your nose and from consuming foods that that you are allergic to. Allergic rhinitis can also cause a sinus infection. Take a look at this article to find out more information about allergic rhinitis. Read More 

4 Things You Need To Know About Pompholyx

Pompholyx, also called dyshidrotic eczema, is a skin condition that affects the hands and feet. This condition can be frustrating for sufferers. Here are four things you need to know about pompholyx. What are the signs of pompholyx? Pompholyx develops suddenly and presents as deep vesicles—blisters—on the palms of the hands, the backs of the fingers and sometimes the soles of the feet. Four-fifths of sufferers only have blisters on their hands, while 10% have blisters on only their feet or both their hands and feet. Read More 

3 Summer Safety Tips For Senior Caregivers

As spring and summer start to roll around, that means the weather is going to start getting hotter. For seniors, excessive heat can be deadly. The elderly are generally more sensitive to extreme heat than their younger counterparts. Here are a few precautions to keep in mind as you work as a caregiver to seniors in order to help them stay safe and avoid complications such as heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Read More 

Treating That Accident-Related Headache

Days after a minor car accident, you may begin to have severe headaches. You didn't notice anything unusual at the time of accident except for a stiff neck. Headaches and a stiff neck are typical symptoms of a whiplash injury and are something that an auto accident chiropractor is trained to treat. Here is what you need to know about this pain and how your local chiropractor can relieve those headaches. Read More 

What Is An Epidural? And Related Questions For Pregnant Mothers

Many expectant mothers spend a lot of time thinking about pain relief during labor. If you're an expectant mother, you may be struggling with this as well. It can be hard to decide which type of pain relief--if any--is right for your situation.  This FAQ explores the epidural, which is an effective type of pain relief that can help many women have a more comfortable labor. This FAQ can help expectant mothers decide for themselves whether or not an epidural is right for them. Read More