Getting Your Life Back On Track: 3 Weight Loss Tips For The Mornings

Did you know that most Americans are unhappy with their weight? The numbers come close to 89 percent for women. If you're among those statistics, it's time to get your life back on track with professional help from a weight loss clinic. The way you start your day is particularly important in helping you to achieve your goals. Implement the following 3 weight loss tips in the mornings to shed those pounds off. Read More 

How Physical Therapy Can Help Ease Neck Pain

Neck pain can stem from various causes, including whiplash or other trauma to the neck, disc problems, arthritis in the neck, poor sitting posture, or flexing your head forward for extended periods of time ("text neck"). Whether you feel pain at the back or side of your neck, in your shoulder, or radiating down your arm, your doctor may refer you to physical therapy for treatment if the pain worsens, persists, or is accompanied by other symptoms. Read More 

Top 4 Mistakes To Avoid When Shopping For A Stair Lift

If you or a loved one has trouble navigating stairs in your home due to medical problems, then it may be time to consider installing a stair lift. A stair lift provides you with a safe and convenient trip up and down stairs while you sit back and relax. As you shop for a stair lift, however, there are some important mistakes you'll want to avoid. Failure to Consider Future Needs Read More 

Getting Rid Of Lice In The Age Of Super Lice

With up to 12 million children in the U.S. becoming infected with head lice each year, products and services that claim to get rid of lice are a big business. In 2015, a study came out that showed that some of the lice in at least 25 of the states of the U.S. are resistant to the most common over-the-counter medications used to treat head lice in kids. These products kill lice due to the permethrin they contain, which is a chemical that comes from chrysanthemums. Read More 

How Anxiety Sufferers Can Help A Medical Marijuana Doctor Make A Proper Assessment

Medical marijuana is frequently prescribed to alleviate physical pain related to a number of ailments. Not everyone is aware that cannabis may be prescribed - under certain conditions - to anxiety sufferers. While not completely accepted by the entire medical community, research suggests that medical marijuana may potentially reduce anxiety through its effect on the nerve cells. While legal in certain states, medical marijuana is hardly an over-the-counter product. An anxiety sufferer does have to apply for medical marijuana through a session with a doctor. Read More