Managing Your Ulcerative Colitis

Your doctor has diagnosed you with a type of irritable bowel disease called ulcerative colitis. Little is known about how this disease starts, but there are several factors that can make it tolerable so you can have a normal, active life. Here are some of the ways that you can manage your ulcerative colitis and the options you have for treating it. Reducing the Triggers The main discomfort you'll have with colitis is abdominal pain and diarrhea. Read More 

Monkey See, Monkey Eat? The Odd Edible That Can Help Whiten Your Teeth

It seems like everyone is looking for the secret to a whiter, brighter smile these days – and with a million products on the market specifically designed to whiten your teeth (be it toothpaste, mouthwash, whitening strips, etc.), you can get overwhelmed by all the chemical names pretty easily. But if you're looking for a little more natural approach, it can be hard to know exactly where to start, beyond the obvious and well-known whitening foods such as strawberries, apples, and cheese – so how about banana peels? Read More 

3 Tips To Help Convince Your Parents To Use Home Mobility Aids

No one wants to admit that they cannot do the same things that they used to do. For many elderly adults, the presences of home mobility aids feels like they are admitting defeat, that they are admitting that they can't do what they used to do. Here are three tips to use to help your parents embrace the idea of home mobility aids.  #1 Help Them See How This Will Make Them More Independent Read More 

How Mobile Technology Can Increase Your Chances For Successful Long-Term Sobriety

For many recovering alcohol and drug addicts, getting clean is a huge uphill battle. Many addicts fight for weeks or months in rehab to get off drugs or alcohol, many with a lot of success doing so. However, the hardest part of getting alcohol or drugs is staying off of them for the rest of your life. Most rehabs do not have constant services available to help addicts stay clean after addiction treatment in rehab ends. Read More 

Tips For Managing Fibromyalgia With Reflexology

For patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia, the chronic pain, fatigue and other symptoms can be nearly debilitating. While there are many over-the-counter and prescription medications that can help combat some of the symptoms, some patients find themselves looking for more options. One of the things that you might want to consider is reflexology treatment. Here are several reasons why you should seek out reflexology for your fibromyalgia symptoms. Enhances Circulation When you're looking to improve circulation, you need to focus your massage efforts on the cardiovascular areas of your feet and hands. Read More