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Things You Must Remember When Using Topical Compounds

Taking a pain medication is sometimes not enough to alleviate chronic pain. You may need to apply a topical compound in order to achieve the maximum pain relief. These products numb the nerve endings under the skin. To get the greatest benefit from the compound and to not irritate the chronic pain symptoms even further, there are several things you should do. Follow the Directions Always read the directions carefully before applying the compound.   Read More...

Simple Tips to Help Ease Sinus Infection Discomfort

When mucus gets trapped in a person's sinuses, it creates an environment that encourages infections. This then leads to an always-worsening cold, extreme headaches, a smelly nose discharge, and constant pain and pressure around the face area. What's worse is that, unlike common cold symptoms, these symptoms never get better with time. The good news is that there are simple tips that can help make discomfort from a sinus infection bearable.   Read More...

In Menopause And Have Vaginal Dryness? Tips To Help You Get Through This

If you have menopause, it is common to experience vaginal dryness. This can lower your libido because sex is very painful when you have this problem. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help you get back to normal again, three of which are listed below. See Your Obstetrician The first thing you should do is to call your obstetrician to have an examination. During the examination, they will look at the vaginal wall.   Read More...

Protecting Your Students From Bee Stings When Weather Gets Warm

If you are a teacher and you have several students under your care each day, making sure they remain safe while in class is one of your most important tasks. When weather warms up, bees will be present, making it important to take steps in minimizing the chance of one of your students getting injured. Here are some steps you can take to keep your students safe from the possibility of bee stings.   Read More...

Digital Eye Strain: A Growing Problem

Unless someone has bothered to print this out for you (perhaps, your mother or grandmother), you're probably reading this on your computer or smartphone screen. This, of course, is not surprising. According to CNN, Americans spend more than 10 hours a day staring at one screen or another for both work and entertainment. But all of those hours staring at digital images and information can be very hard on your eyes.   Read More...