Health Risks Of A Non-Ergonomic Environment

Can working in a non-ergonomic office be bad for your health? Yes, say some advocates of the ergonomic way of life. But, let’s face it; people have worked in traditional offices for years without risking their health and well being. Of course being smart about how you work can help increase your chances of staying…

How to Prevent Glaucoma

Our eyes are greatly ignored, because they are very important organs for our human beings. Generally, receiving eye examinations is very effective to detect some potential eye problems. But most of us have failed to do this. Therefore, many eye diseases became worsened when they are diagnosed. Most of us seldom pay any attention to…

How to Treat Glaucoma Naturally

Glaucoma is a common type of eye disorder that forms an unhealthy build up of internal eye pressure, which is generally known as intraocular pressure. This increased pressure on the eye can often cause damage to the eye’s optic nerve. If you don’t treat glaucoma, your vision will typically distort and you could eventually lose…

CPPS Causes Uncomfortable Penis Pain

Even the mention of penis pain is enough to get some guys feeling tense. All men know how very sensitive the penis is; that sensitivity is responsible for the glorious feelings a male experiences during orgasm, but it’s also responsible for the intense pain that the manhood sometimes suffers. Proper penis care helps to strengthen…

Understanding Spatial Neglect in Stroke Patients

Understanding spatial neglect in stroke patients is detrimental to identifying if a patient is suffering from it. Spatial neglect is a syndrome that manifests itself after stroke. Normally, the patient itself is not aware of having it, making it an often under diagnosed complication of stroke without those often-visible indicators such as paralysis and speech…

Fibromyalgia Not Real

Fibromyalgia Is not a Real Disease Says Fibromyalgia Research Doctor From THE FRONT PAGE of The New York Times Article Dr. Frederick Wolfe, the director of the National Databank for Rheumatic Diseases and the lead author of the 1990 paper that first defined the diagnostic guidelines for fibromyalgia, says he has become cynical and discouraged…

Glaucoma Prevention is Possible – With Antioxidant Nutrition

Although not widely promoted, age-related eye diseases such as glaucoma have been rising, along with all the other degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis and Alzheimer's. Four million Americans now suffer from glaucoma, the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Approximately 120,000 of these people have actually gone blind from glaucoma.…

Causes of Loss of Hearing in Children

Hearing loss can be broken down into various categories such as sensorineural, conductive or mixed. Sensorineural occurs when the inner ear, cranial nerve, or the central processing centers of the brain are damaged. This type of loss is usually permanent and can not be corrected medically or surgically. Conductive returns to a problem in the…

Insulin Pens – The Basics of This Easy Injection System

Instead of fumbling around with syringes and bottles of insulin, you can fumble around with an insulin pen. Just kidding. An insulin pen – sometimes called a pen syringe, injection pen or simply, pen – can be a more accurate and convenient delivery system of insulin into your bloodstream. Pens are quite popular among diabetics.…

Can Chiropractic Treatment Help Scoliosis?

Back pain is one of the most common health complaints by people across the world. The pain may be localized into one or more of the three major segments of the spinal column; cervical (neck area), thoracic (middle back), lumbar (just above the buttocks), and sacral spine (down into the buttocks area). By far the…

Help! I Think I Have a Hearing Loss!

Hearing Loss Friends and family members have been hinting that you need to have your hearing checked. You took a free online hearing test, but now you're worried because these unofficial test results indicate you have a hearing loss. What should you do? First, do not panic. Make an appointment with an Ear, Throat, and…