Tips For Helping You Deal With The Pain Of Plantar Fasciitis

When you experience pain in your foot, specifically in the heel, the moment you step on it after waking up in the morning, you more than likely are dealing with the pain of plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis describes an inflammation in the tendon that stretches across the bottom of your foot called the plantar fascia. Plantar fasciitis is notorious for causing intense pain when you step onto your foot first thing in the morning; Follow these tips for easing and even preventing the pain you feel in your foot from this condition. Read More 

Helping Your Elderly Loved One Through Their Cataract Surgery: Tips For You

When you have a loved one who is elderly, there are many health issues that they may experience as a result of their age. One of the most common of those issues is cataracts. Cataracts are a clouding of the lenses of the eyes that often occur as a person ages. The only cure for cataracts is to go through cataract replacement surgery in which the cloudy lenses are surgically removed and a new artificial lens is implanted. Read More 

Understanding The Mini Tummy Tuck Procedure

For many women who have had children and still struggle with persistent fat and excess skin in the abdominal area, a tummy tuck procedure can be tempting. If your problem is limited to the lower abdominal region, you may not actually need a complete tummy tuck. The mini tummy tuck procedure is similar, but it focuses only on that lower abdomen section. Here are a few things you may want to know about the mini tummy tuck if you're considering it as an option. Read More 

2 In-Office And 1 At-Home Measure To Protect Your Teeth

If your dentist is finding more decay in your mouth than usual, he or she may prescribe treatment options to better protect your tooth enamel. In addition, the dentist may suggest a few lifestyle changes that can help promote better oral health. Here are a few things that your dentist may prescribe as an in-office treatment and an at-home measure that you can take to help lessen the number of cavities that you incur: Read More 

2 Dental Rinses For Protecting Your Nance Appliance From A Bacterial Infection

When your dentist installs your nance appliance the device is cemented onto your molars. This is done to ensure that your molars remain in place while wearing the device. The appliance also includes wires that run along your teeth. While these wires are not as constricting as braces, they can still trap food and other debris. If the debris is not removed, it can result in plaque buildup as well as a bacterial infection. Read More