Ideas For Repairing Sun Damage For Younger Looking Skin

One of the most common causes of premature aging in men and women in the United States is sun damage. Spending a great deal of time out in the sun or in tanning salons without proper skin protection can cause sunspots (dark blemishes on the skin), wrinkles, leathery skin, and numerous other skin conditions that all make you look older. Thankfully, there are ways that you can repair sun damage on your skin. Read More 

How Physical Therapy Can Help You Overcome Incontinence

Incontinence can be an embarrassing and inconvenient condition, but it is also a relatively common one; as much as 17 percent of women and 11 percent of men experience moderate or severe incontinence at some point. Women who are aging, pregnant or who have given birth are most at risk, but if you are experiencing incontinence, you may not be doomed to spend the rest of your life in adult diapers. Read More 

In-Home Care Tips

If you're the primary caregiver of a loved one, or planning to be, you want to provide the best care possible. Caring for an elderly family member or spouse is challenging, but it can also be very rewarding. Here are five in-home care tips: 1. Ask for help The most common mistake by caregivers is that they try to do everything themselves. Doing it all leads to burn out and frustration. Read More 

Say “Bye Bye” To Back Pain During The Workday With These Steps

If you're among the 50 percent of working Americans who suffers from back pain, you don't have to resign yourself to feeling crummy during the workday. Instead of taking sick leave or getting a prescription for pain medication, there are a handful of ways that you can find relief for the discomfort that can make your workday arduous. Some methods are simple to accomplish on your own, while others might need the help of someone in the human resources department. Read More 

Three Tips For Making Self Application Of Epinephrine Easier During A Severe Allergic Reaction

If you're prone to getting a severe allergic reaction because of something you ate, touched, or even smelled, carrying one or more epinephrine auto-injectors is often necessary to mitigate the symptoms. But while an auto-injector is designed to work quickly once you place it on your thigh, it's easy to make mistakes when you're suffering from intense pain or delirium. To make the process of applying an epinephrine auto-injector to your thigh easier during a severe allergic reaction, utilize these three tips. Read More