Unfortunately, many parents don't understand the importance of providing their young children with proper sunglasses. Allowing your children to venture outside in the summer heat wearing either no sunglasses at all or a cheaper pair of toy sunglasses is something you never want to do, and here are just four reasons why. 1. Children's Eyes Are More Vulnerable Everyone understands that the human body changes as it ages, but few take the time to consider how the eye changes.
27 June 2017
Cystitis – an infection in the urinary system – is a painful, unpleasant condition, and just the mention of it can be enough to make women who've already experienced it wince. The worst thing is, it can be difficult to prevent completely, leaving unsure when it's going to strike, and when it does, you're probably stuck with it at least for a few days. The good news is that diet comes into play, in terms of both preventing cystitis and making it clear up faster.
18 June 2017
Tennis elbow is a pretty painful condition. Although it can be caused by all sorts of activities, it is, as its name suggests, common among tennis players. In addition to the discomfort caused by tennis elbow, it can also seriously ruin your game, possibly making it impossible for you to play until it's healed. For a keen tennis player, that's a terrible thought. Even professional players sometimes experience tennis elbow, but less often than amateurs.
8 June 2017
If you are experiencing back pain, you need to dispel some common misconceptions that surround your predicament right away. Banishing these myths is the first step towards restoring your health and the quickest path to recovery. Take note of these widely held but unfortunately inaccurate ideas. Most Back Pain is Because 'Something is Out of Place' The belief that there must be a joint, a protruding disk or a mal-alignment in the legs or pelvis is perhaps the most common misconception.
24 May 2017
If you're hoping to start a career in the mining industry, you will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical examination. Although you can't 'fix' the result of your medical, it does help if you know what to expect. Here's a brief overview to help you prepare for your pre-employment medical. Written questionnaire The first part of your medical examination requires that you complete a written questionnaire. This is a very general questionnaire that usually includes questions such as:
18 November 2016
Any gap or unusual spacing in your teeth creates an unsightly appearance, so you'll naturally want to do everything in your power to fix it. Gaps may occur if your teeth are too small for your jawbone or when your tongue continually presses against your teeth. This pressure pushes teeth forward or sideways and causes space to develop. This guide is designed to help you understand how a dental clinic can help fix gaps in your teeth.
1 July 2016