Making it Through Menopause

Medical Move to Treat Chronic Pain as a Disease Bodes Well for Chronic Pain Sufferers

Chronic pain can continue for months and in some cases for years, and this condition has baffled physicians when patients suffer severe pain that is not identifiable. For a long time, treatment for this condition was unknown, but in the past decade medical experts have said that chronic pain is a disease and must be recognized as such. Research is being conducted to find treatments that will heal your chronic pain experience. Read More 

5 Helpful Tips to Survive Eating with Braces

Everybody loves a gorgeous smile! This is why, according to Humana, over four million people in the United States wear braces. Not only can these modern dental miracles straighten and perfect a flawless smile, but they also offer a sizable range of health benefits. In the meantime, though, how can you survive eating with bulky, restrictive braces? Tip #1: Be a Picky Eater Mama said it's not good to be picky, but when you're wearing braces, it's essential. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Morning Sickness

Being pregnant is an exciting time of life. Many women look forward to the day when they will be able to carry a child for 9 months and experience the miracle of childbirth. However, the actual pregnancy can be hard. There are many challenges associated with pregnancy, especially the morning sickness and nausea. Here are some things you need to know about morning sickness. What Is Morning Sickness? The term " Read More 

4 Natural Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

Studies show that people with straight, white teeth are often viewed as more attractive. One study digitally altered pictures of models, changing the spacing and color of their teeth. The teeth were digitally shaded brownish yellow, healthy white and startling white. Study participants rated the models depicted with yellow teeth as less attractive than those with white teeth. So apparently, the color of your teeth does matter. But a startlingly white smile is usually only achievable with a bleaching application. Read More 

Tips For Preventing Heart Disease

Did you know that by making simple lifestyle changes you can reduce your risk of heart disease by up to 80 percent? The fact is, you're never too young to start taking care of your heart. Preventing heart disease means making healthy food choices and getting enough exercise. However, you don't need to make elaborate changes. There are plenty of simple steps that you can take at any age to reduce your risk of heart attack. Read More