If you're a meat lover, you probably enjoy a cooked-to-perfection steak, burgers on the grill, and tender filet mignon as part of your regular diet. You may be accustomed to eating red meat on a regular basis and can't imagine life without a good steak. However, one bite from a tiny insect could end your love affair with red meat forever.
Little insect, toxic bite
The Lone Star tick is a tiny insect found across the east, southeast, and southcentral United States.
If you have a food allergy, you might have the normal symptoms that allergies bring. For instance, you might get hives, a rash, breathing problems, and vomiting immediately after eating the food. What many people don't realize is that there is a wide range of symptoms for food allergies and intolerance. Many people have food aversions without even realizing it because they are not familiar with the symptoms. Here are some of the less common known symptoms.
Life is stressful. It is easy to become overwhelmed with everyday situations, but anxiety can be an even greater problem for some people. Here are some tips for overcoming anxiety before it overwhelms you.
1. Breathing Exercises-When faced with a stressful situation, many people find it beneficial to take deep breaths. Breathing in deeply, and slowly exhaling as you count to five or ten can help to calm you so that you can think more clearly in stressful situations.
If you're flat-footed, your feet are lacking the natural arch that most people's feet have, causing you to stand with your feet completely flat on the ground. While some people with flat feet experience no serious symptoms, for many others the lack of a natural arch can cause pressure and pain in the feet and ankles. If you find that your flat feet are causing pain and discomfort, you should look into one of these treatment options:
The specifics surrounding the invention of eyeglasses are unclear. Some experts believe eyeglasses have been around since ancient civilizations, while others think that they were first designed in the late 11th century. While no one knows for sure who invented the first pair of eyeglasses, their history weaves a fascinating tale. Continue reading to learn more:
The very first tool invented to improve a person's vision were reading stones.