Does Your Husband Have One Of These Annoying Bedroom Habits?

Whether you're a newlywed or you've been married for years, chances are your husband has some pretty annoying habits. While some of them are only a mere nuisance, others are bound to drive you crazy—especially the ones that take place in the bedroom. If your husband has any of the following annoying bedroom habits, don't start sleeping in separate rooms just yet. There are some things you can do to help him overcome them. [Read More]

3 Tips For Treating Allergies For Pregnant Women

Even though allergies probably will not have much of an impact on your unborn child, living with the symptoms throughout your pregnancy can be uncomfortable. Since you are pregnant, you have to be careful about the forms of treatment that you use to keep your allergies under control. Here are some tips to help you safely treat allergy symptoms.  Focus on Prevention The first step in dealing with allergy symptoms during your pregnancy is doing everything you can to prevent them from occurring. [Read More]

Diagnosed With Hashimoto's? What Now?

Thyroid troubles affect a sizable swath of the U.S. population -- more than 20 million Americans at last count. Despite the number of individuals affected by impaired thyroid function, conditions like hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Graves disease, and Hashimoto's disease are often poorly understood by those who aren't dealing with them firsthand. If you've recently been diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease, what are your best treatment options? Will you be able to restore function to your thyroid, and are you at risk for other autoimmune ailments? [Read More]

Hearing Aids Not Working Properly? Drain The Fluids In Your Face And Ears

If your hearing aids have problems picking up sounds, you may have excess fluids in your ears. Sometimes, the lymph vessels and tubes behind your ears and face fill up with fluids when you develop a cold, ear infection or sinus infection. The fluids place pressure against the internal organs of your ears, which prevent your hearing aids from working properly. You can drain the fluids safely and improve the functions of your hearing aids. [Read More]