When Your Vision Gets A Bit Blurry In The Evening

Posted on: 30 August 2016
Have you noticed that your vision starts looking a bit blurry as it gets later in the day? If your vision is clear earlier on and only begins to wane in the evening, there are a few different issues that could be to blame. Here's a look. Vitamin A Deficiency There are certain cells in your eyes that are responsible for helping you see in dim light with the help of certain pigments.
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Understanding The Role Of Ultrasounds In Hashimoto's Disease Treatment

Posted on: 16 August 2016
If you were recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism due to a disease called Hashimoto's, your doctor may suggest that you undergo a thyroid ultrasound on a regular basis. This ultrasound is particularly important if you've been experiencing sore throats, painful swallowing or the feeling of a lump in your throat. These symptoms can indicate that you may have nodules on your thyroid, which is common with Hashimoto's disease. Here are some things you should know about the ultrasound procedure before you go.
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Don't Let These Issues Keep You Off Of Your Feet

Posted on: 10 August 2016
Your feet change with age but that doesn't mean that you need to be less active. Many foot issues can be caught early and corrected before they cause you any problems. Pay a little extra attention to your feet every day and you'll avoid the following issues that can keep you from having an active life in your senior years. Inspecting Your Feet Properly After you shower or bathe is a good time to check out your feet.
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Fighting Fall Allergies

Posted on: 31 July 2016
Just when things are starting to cool down in the fall, something else starts to heat up: fall allergies.  Pollen, mold, and other substances can make you miserable for months. The worst offender for many people is ragweed pollen. If treatments that you have used before have not been working well, you need to try some new strategies this autumn. Causes Most of your fall allergy symptoms are caused by the pollen released by ragweed flowers.
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