Too many women have a bad habit of only going to the doctor when something is wrong. Women who are wives, mothers, and leaders at work are accustomed to putting others first and prioritize their health after all their other tasks are completed. Even if you haven’t been to the doctor in years, it’s never too late to take control of your health. Here are some of the easiest ways for you to get your health back on track.
Whether you’re trying to clear out the old in favor of the new or just chasing that oh-so-comforting post-purge glow, we’re here to help. Today, we’ll run down a list of helpful questions that should get you on your way to a less-cluttered, simpler state of mind. So, to avoid the risk of making this introduction far too cluttered, we’re going to get to it! Here are nine, ruthless questions to help you declutter.
There are so many great Mother’s Day gift options out there. Despite these endless choices, many people rely on old favorites like flowers and chocolates to express their love to their mom. This is a woman who stayed up all night with you, cleaned your bodily fluids off the floor, and put up with years of your teenaged angst, the least you could do is spring for a real gift instead of drooping tulips.
Easter is a great time to get together with friends and family. Lots of people mark this occasion by gifting the kids in their life with beautiful Easter baskets filled with toys, gifts, and other treasures. If you don’t want to spend more than $20 to $50 (which most people don’t), you can DIY a fun basket that any toddler or preschooler will love. Here are some great ideas to get you started.
Though self-analysis of one’s own phlegm is an insufficient substitute for a visit to your family physician, there’s no harm in learning. Today, we’re going to break down what the color of your phlegm can tell you about your health, when you’re in the clear, and when it’s time to visit a professional. Sound simple? Great! It’s time to shine a light on the color of your phlegm.
As if you don’t have enough to worry about with a tumultuous economy and unprecedented political strife, a number of old-world illnesses are on the verge of a comeback. Today, we take a look at the numerous infections, diseases, and viruses that the medical community believe may make a comeback.
No one likes public toilets, especially in those situations when you’re using it after someone else and the seat is still warm. They’re often associated with unhygienic places, being dirty, smelly, and a breeding ground for diseases. Most people are glad when they see a hand dryer as they don’t have to touch one of those icky cloth towels you access via a rotary dispenser. But, what if you found out these hand dryers might not be as hygienic as you think?