It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Hormone Replacement Therapy

If you are being advised by your physician that Hormone Replacement Therapy, or HRT, would help to relieve your post-menopausal symptoms, you probably have lots of questions. You may be suffering from mood swings, hot flashes, a general feeling of sluggishness and more. HRT has been very controversial but now seems to regaining popularity. Below are four key questions and answers to assist you in making a decision about HRT. Read More 

Learn What To Expect At Your First Visit To The Optometrist

Growing up in a home where money was tight could have limited your access to certain things, such as visits to the eye doctor. If you never complained about not being able to see well, your parents may have assumed you had perfect vision and never taken you to the eye doctor. If you notice that you are having a hard time reading or getting frequent headaches when you work on the computer, it may be time to get your eyes checked. Read More 

Enjoy Gardening But Injured Your Foot Or Ankle? Tips To Help You Still Enjoy It

If you have always loved to plant flowers and take care of them, it is difficult when you can no longer do this because of a foot or ankle injury. Fortunately, there are ways you can get back out in your garden again. The tips below will help you create a flower garden, plant the flowers, and take care of them all on your own. Choosing the Flowers Have someone take you to a garden center to choose the flowers. Read More 

Ten Things You Should Consider Before Planning A Home Birth

Being in a comfortable home environment is desirable for most expectant mothers. According to the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, at least 25,000 home births occur every year, either planned or by accident. If you are considering a home birth for your new baby, there are ten things that you should consider before you make a definitive decision with your doctor or midwife. 1. Overall Health of the Pregnancy - If your pregnancy has been one that involves gestational diabetes, hypertension, or other health issues, a home birth may not always be the best idea. Read More 

Chiropractic Care And Your Child: What You Should Know

Chiropractic care helps with many physical issues. A chiropractor understands the way the nervous system works, and how to correct problems if anything is out of alignment and interfering with the body receiving proper signals. It is not uncommon for an adult to see a chiropractor for problems with their neck or back, but children can also benefit from seeing a chiropractor. Here's what you should know about chiropractic care for your child. Read More