Your doctor tells you your lingering cough means bronchitis. If you’ve had the illness two years in a row for as long as 3 months at a time, it’s classified as chronic bronchitis. If you have chronic bronchitis, chances are you’re a smoker. That morning smoker’s cough with lots of mucus can progress to … Continue reading 7 Ways for Immediate Relief from Bronchitis
Lead crystal admirers, beware! The lovely lead crystal decanters that you use to store and display your wines and brandies are beautiful to look at, but they might contain some serious dangers. Researchers fear that dangerously high levels of lead can “leak” from the crystal decanters into the beverages they contain. Lead is a very toxic heavy metal and can … Continue reading Lead Crystal Decanter Dangers: Lead Poisoning
Epilepsy is a complex disorder of the nervous system. A person with epilepsy experiences irregular nerve impulses in the brain that can cause seizures. These seizures range from the person seeming to “drift off” for a moment (as if in deep thought) to the person falling on the floor and going into convulsions. Epileptic seizures … Continue reading Blue Lenses Sunglasses- Beneficial for Epileptic?
Your heart is racing, your mouth is dry, your fingers feel tingly, you feel light-headed and you can’t catch your breath. Are these things happening to you? You’re probably hyperventilating. Hyperventilation is a situation in which you begin taking abnormally long, rapid, and deep breaths. When this happens, too much air gets into the lungs, and … Continue reading How to Recognize the Symptoms of Hyperventilation
Ladies, wheat-bran muffins are good for more than your mid-morning snack. They could lower your risk of developing breast cancer. A diet high in wheat bran may help reduce estrogen hormonal levels in women who have not experienced menopause yet. And a lower level of estrogen could mean lower risk of breast cancer. Scientists performed … Continue reading Wheat Diet Helps Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer
Boils are infections on the skin that is filled with pus. Here’s how to treat and prevent future boils and carbuncles attack. The infections are caused when the follicles become infected with bacteria, and an abscess or swelling filled with pus forms. A carbuncle is a boil with two or more heads. Most often boils … Continue reading How to Treat and Prevent Boils and Carbuncles
Every one of us might have experienced when someone nears us is wrinkling their nose, covering it, and avoid us, and then we wonder why the person is getting away from us. And then we sniff our underarm if that could be the cause. And there it is! The smell is accompanied by that sight … Continue reading 11 Ways to Prevent Body Odor