The Thrills Of Chills: Health Conditions That Make You Feel Cold (And When To Talk To Your Doctor)

Posted on: 4 July 2016
Everyone gets cold sometimes, especially in the icy grip of winter. But feeling cold isn't always due to the temperature, and is downright odd when it happens during the dog days of summer. If you're cold all the time, no matter what the weather is outside, then chances are good you have a medical condition making you feel this way. So if you're wondering exactly what conditions can make you feel like it's winter all year long, then here's what you need to know.
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Faqs About Eye Health After Age 60

Posted on: 21 June 2016
Changes to your vision after the age of 60 can have an impact on your lifestyle. Fortunately for you, making smart decisions about your eye health and being aware of changes to look for, you can improve the chances of having good eye health. If you are 60 or older, here is what you need to know about your vision.  What Visual Problems Can Occur? As you grow older, you are more susceptible to age-related eye conditions.
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Options For Getting That Little Extra Help To Achieve Your Body Goals

Posted on: 3 June 2016
When you have been working hard every day for months and years to get your ideal body, it can be exciting and frustrating to be right on the cusp of achieving your goal. If you are having a bit of trouble getting to the place that you want to be, there are many different strategies you can use to put those finishing touches on your look. Get to know some of those strategies you can put to use for you so that you can have that perfect body you want and accomplish your goals.
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Tips For Helping Your Loved One With Alzheimer's Accept Adult Daycare

Posted on: 19 May 2016
If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's, you are likely going to need to have someone in the home to watch him or her a great deal of the time or you are going to need to move him or her to a facility. If you have invited your loved one into your home, you still have to go to work. During that time, your loved one will be unsupervised.
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