Spending Time Outdoors is Good for You

As summer is fading, fall is knocking on our doors with more bearable cool air, and changing trees. Some find themselves outside more, breathing it all in. Is being outside better for our health? Here are the perks: Your vitamin D levels rise. Sunlight hitting the...

Organize Your Medical Information Month

When you have a long and detailed medical history it is important to have a way to keep track of it all. Even if there is limited information, it doesn’t hurt to stay organized, and its beneficial for yours and your doctor’s visits. Here are some tips and...

Yoga for Pain Relief

Yoga helps relieve chronic pain Yoga can help people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraine, low back pain, and many other types of chronic pain conditions. A study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that among 313 people with chronic low back pain, a...
Cancer Pain

Cancer Pain

Everyone reacts differently to the chemicals that are used in cancer treatments. That is why some might suffer some pain after receiving cancer treatments. Surprisingly, some cancer treatments can cause as much pain as actual cancer itself. There are a few ways on how...
Over-The-Counter Pain Reliever, Dangerous?

Over-The-Counter Pain Reliever, Dangerous?

When you take an over-the-counter pain reliever, do you make sure it is after you have food in your stomach and had a tall glass of water? If not, maybe you should. It is easy to forget that over-the-counter pain relievers have a recommended dosage and have side...
Neuralgia- Nerve Pain

Neuralgia- Nerve Pain

A feeling of intense pain after a surgery or illness can be known as a type of neuralgias. The pain can feel like a stabbing, burning sensation or just severe pain in any part of the body. Some of the most common causes of neuralgia are aging, illness or infection....