Improving Your Health To Improve Your Life

Seeing A Disappearing Black Dot? What Floaters Are And Why You Should Stop Trying To Remove Yours

Do you have a little black dot that disappears and reappears in one of your eyes at random? Do you assume it a bit of dirt or dust when you see it and rub your eye or try to fish it out with your fingers to no avail? If so, stop; the black dot is not dust or dirt or any other particle on the surface your eye -- it's a floater, and you're going to damage your eye even more if you keep trying to remove it. Read More 

Three Potential Weight-Loss Benefits That You Will Definitely Notice

Many people understand that maintaining a healthy weight is key to living a long and happy life. However, most people don't realize just how much of an impact obesity can have on their day-to-day lives and how losing weight can improve life. You may not immediately notice all of the health-related benefits to losing weight, but there are a few things that you most definitely will notice: It Can Help You Stand Taller Read More 

Trace Minerals Needed to Build Strong Bones around Your Dental Implant

Surgical procedures to secure dental implants in the mouth are quite common. In fact, around 500,000 implants are secured each year in the United States to replace missing teeth. If you want a dental implant, then you should know that the devices are quite successful for most people. Success rates are reported as high as 98%. The most successful implants are the ones that have bonded strongly to the jawbone after the implant root is placed in the mouth. Read More 

Protect Your Hearing Aids From These 3 Dangers

Hearing aids can make a fundamental difference in your quality of life. Often patients don't realize the extent of their hearing loss until they actually put hearing aids in for the first time and realize how clear the sounds around them become. Once you have them, you want to make sure that you keep them in great shape so that they can continue to provide you with crystal clear hearing. Unfortunately, there are dangers to your hearing aids that you may not realize even exist. Read More 

4 Things You Need to Know about Skeeter Syndrome

Many people develop an itchy lump at the site of a mosquito bite. While this is annoying, it's just a minor allergic reaction to proteins in the mosquito's saliva. Some people experience a more severe allergic reaction to mosquito saliva and develop what's known as skeeter syndrome. Here are four things you need to know about skeeter syndrome. 1. What are the signs of skeeter syndrome? If you have skeeter syndrome, your mosquito bites will become excessively swollen. Read More