Published News » Health Info
This video on eye health is brought to you by BC Doctors of Optometry. For more information, please visit us at www.bcdoctorsofoptometry.com...
Childbirth. Menstrual cramps. Migraines. If you were born with XX chromosomes, you’re probably well acquainted with all kinds of discomfort. Women are more likely to suffer chronic pain than men are, thanks in part to certain female-centric conditions (think: endometriosis, fibromyalgia). But new research shows that pain can be a mental game, and that you can up your tolerance by retraining your
Dr. Lissa Rankin examines the risks and benefits of taking hormones to treat menopausal symptoms.If you’re struggling with menopausal symptoms, you may be grasping for anything that will help you get your mojo back. And chances are, you’ll at least consider taking hormones if your menopausal symptoms are severe enough.
Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/risks-benefits-of-hormones-in-men
Healthy eating and exercise are key weapons in the fight against cancer, but once you have those out of the way, there are other precautions you can take to lower your risk. Here, we explain five simple lifestyle changes to help prevent cancer...
Getting screened for prostate cancer may not help you stay alive after all.
In a 20-year study of more than 9,000 Swedish men, researchers found no difference in the rate of prostate cancer deaths between the men who were periodically screened and those who weren't. Testing is done with a physical exam and a PSA blood test.
Source: Screenings Don't Reduce Prostate Cancer Deaths | NBC San Dieg
Blood-pressure readings are a double measurement of the force of the blood against arterial walls. The two measurements indicate how much pressure builds up in the arteries as the heart beats and between beats.
As we know, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When faced with a season of heavy duty nose blowing, following these suggestions will provide your nose, lips and the area in between the two with some TLC...