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Two Signs That You May Need to See an Ophthalmologist

Your eyes are one of the most important sense organs in your body. Good vision is so important because it allows you to pick up cues from your environment that can help you determine whether or not you're in a safe environment. If you're finding that your eyes aren't working as well as they used to, you may think that it's time to make an appointment with an optometrist. However, there's a different specialist that may be an even better option: an ophthalmologist. Read More 

Controlling Your Snoring For A Better Night’s Sleep

If you snore and you wake up feeling tired each morning, that noisy habit may be getting in the way of a good night's sleep. Your body is working hard to get enough air as you sleep so it's not getting the rest it needs. Here is what is happening behind the snoring and how to stop it so your body can fully rest. Your Noisy Airway Something in your nose, mouth or throat is preventing you from getting enough air down into your lungs. Read More 

What Might Your Doctor Suggest For Skin Cancer Treatment?

Discovering that you have cancer of any kind can be shocking, but when you have skin cancer, being able to see the cancerous cells on your skin can be even more frightening. You may be eager to begin treatment so that you can get rid of the cancer, but be unsure what kind of treatment your doctor may recommend. Here are some treatments that your dermatologist might want to discuss with you. Read More 

Exploring The Link Between Osteoporosis And Type 2 Diabetes

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you may already have enough to worry about without the additional fear of osteoporosis. Unfortunately, although these two conditions may not be directly related, type 2 diabetes can contribute to the development of osteoporosis in a number of ways. This risk is particularly high if you are an older woman who is already more vulnerable to osteoporosis. Read on to learn more about the link between these two diseases and what you can do to minimize the health effects of both. Read More 

Get Those Varicose Veins Treated Before They Become A Health Problem

If you've ignored those tiny bluish veins on your legs because they are barely noticeable, now is the time to get them removed. Those tiny veins can become large unsightly bulges that start to affect the circulation in your legs. Besides the appearance, you then have health problems to deal with. Here is why varicose veins become a health issue and how they can be treated. When Varicose Veins Affect Circulation Read More