Stress is something that almost everyone struggles with at some point or another. Some people experience it more frequently than others. Whether you suffer from on-going stress or stress here and there, you may want to consider the scientific facts that say getting a dog is good for your mental and physical health. Here are five reasons you need a dog, according to science: 1. Dogs Are Good for Your Heart.
There is no doubt that of all of the senses you have, your sense of vision is one that is the most valuable to you. The idea of not being able to see is enough to cause most people to take extra precaution with anything that could harm their eyes. Even though you may value your vision, there are a lot of things you may do on a daily basis that are putting your eyesight in danger.
Glaucoma is one of those eye diseases where you've heard of it a million times before you actually learn what it is. You may have been through a glaucoma test -- where you wait a few agonizing seconds before a puff of air is released at your open eye, and you have to blink a bunch of times before submitting the other eye to the same sort of torture -- but do you actually know what it's looking for?
There are a lot of stereotypes out there about people with glasses. Some are good – that you are intelligent or professional. On the other hand, you have old sayings like "men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses" and Urkel's big, black nerd glasses. But if you think the choice to have laser eye surgery done is mainly about looks and vanity, consider how many activities would be a little more convenient without glasses or contacts.
From video tutorials to fitness blogs, people make claims that spot training can effectively reduce fat in target areas. The question is, are these claims true? This guide will explain what does and doesn't work to remove fat from targeted areas of your body. Exercising & Muscle Tone Many fitness advisers make claims that performing exercises that target the muscles in the area you want to lose fat in will help to spot-treat fat in that area.
My name is Shawna Banks and this is a blog that focuses on health issues that affect women. I became interested in women's health when my sister began having medical problems. After her condition worsened, she went to see a doctor. After her diagnosis and successful treatment, I helped her research the different kinds of health conditions that are common in women. By becoming knowledgeable about these types of problems, we can keep ourselves healthier. I hope that when you read this blog, it will help you to identify symptoms that shouldn't be ignored. If necessary, you can schedule an appointment with your physician as soon as possible.