3 Ways To Treat Excessive Underarm Sweating

If you have underarm excessive sweating, or axillary hyperhidrosis, then you should be concerned. It is very uncomfortable when sweat is running down the sides of your body. To add to the embarrassment, you have to walk around with sweat stains on your clothing. Of course, you are afraid that someone will find out about your condition. However, it helps to understand that you are not alone. Here are three ways to treat excessive underarm sweating. Read More 

Diabetes And Your Eyes

The secondary effects that diabetes has on your body are some of the most serious health issues you can experience from this disease. The impact of diabetes on your eyes can be so severe that you can have permanent vision loss. There is no cure for this so you must stay ahead of the disease with frequent diabetic eye examinations. Here is what you need to know about how diabetes hurts your eyes and how to prevent it from taking your eyesight. Read More 

It’s Time For Back Surgery: 4 Tips To Make The Recovery Easier

If you're going to be having back surgery, you should know that the recovery period is just as important as the surgery itself. How well your back heals from surgery will greatly depend on the recovery period. The best time to start preparing for the recovery period is before you even have your surgery. Prior to surgery, you should prepare yourself and your home for your recovery. Here are four steps that will help you have a successful recovery period. Read More 

Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Older Adults

If you have seniors in your life, you should be aware of a serious problem: drug addiction. Because seniors often live alone and participate in few activities, you are more likely to miss problems that they have with drugs and alcohol. As a result, you need to be on the lookout for trouble signs. You also need to understand the options available for treatment and recovery. Signs Drinking alone is a danger signal for all ages, but for seniors, it is a particularly troublesome issue. Read More 

Preparing For Your Pap Exam

A pap exam, or pap smear, is a test that your OBGYN uses to help detect cancer and other potential problems with your reproductive system. This test is fairly quick and painless, but it helps if you are fully prepared so the process will go as smoothly as possible for you. Here is some helpful information so that you'll feel confident on the day of your pap exam. Preparation When you schedule your pap test, it's important that you choose a date when you are not menstruating. Read More