- Sinus congestion or confusion? Sinusitis is an inflammation of the lining membrane of any sinus. The body’s nasal and sinus membranes respond similarly to viruses, allergic insults and common bacterial infections.
Don’t skimp on medicine, care
For the first time in more than a decade, the nation’s consumers are trying to get by on fewer prescription medications.
As people around the country are being affected by these economic hard times, many are finding themselves having to juggle necessities such as groceries and housing. Medications are sometimes juggled, too.
Utilizing Internet pharmacies: Is it really worth the risk?
Your valium prescription is ready.”
How many of you have not seen this or a similar listing in your e-mail in-box? Americans spend more time online than people in other countries with most home users averaging over 13 hours online per month.
- Report: Cardiovascular disease tops list as No. 1 killer of Americans The AHA report also notes that more than 860,000 Americans died from cardiovascular disease in 2004 (the last year where concrete mortality rates were available).
- Different factors can cause dizziness Dizziness, while being a common complaint, can mean a lot of things to different people. It’s a common complaint with sometimes serious medical complications. There are really four conditions that people describe as dizziness.
- More at stake than just a headache if you drink, take medication More than 100 medications interact with alcohol, leading to an increased risk of illness, injury, and in some cases even death.
- Don’t wreck your diet with holiday foods As the kids are running around asking, “Have I been naughty or nice this year,” the same thing can be said about the foods we eat during the holidays.
- Some holiday foods can have serious drug interactions Over the holiday season, many people consume foods and drinks that are outside their normal diet without realizing possible harmful effects due to interactions with their medications.
- Winter got you down in the dumps? You may have SADness SAD or “Seasonal Affective Disorder” is a type of depression that occurs this time of year.
- Diabetics should be on guard during holidays The holiday season can be a difficult time for anyone trying to avoid holiday weight gain.
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