• 3 Things You Need To Know About Head Lice Right Now

    Anybody can get head lice—just ask supermodel mom Heidi Klum, whose kids came down with a case of head lice twice over the last few years. School may be on the way out for the summer, but your trouble with head lice may not be over. If your kids are heading to summer programs or summer camps, you could easily still have to deal with the creepy crawlers. And this year, it could be more problematic than ever before.

  • How To Minimize Tummy Tuck Surgery Scars

    If you are looking to remove loose skin and tighten up your stomach muscles after a pregnancy or significant weight loss, you may be preparing to have a tummy tuck. However, you may be nervous about the scar that will be left on your stomach after the surgical procedure. This scar may extend vertically from your belly button down to your pubic bone or horizontally along your pubic or bikini line.

  • Studying And Working With The Human Mind: Career Possibilities For You

    When you have an interest in the way that the human mind works and what makes people do, think, and feel what they do, then you may be looking for potential careers that allow you to spend your time studying and working with the human mind. Luckily, there are numerous different options available in which you can put your interests in the brain and mind to work for you. Get to know more about a few of these options so that you can steer yourself in the right educational and career direction.

  • 4 Ways To Stay Positive While Going Through Cancer Treatment

    Although it might be difficult, keeping a positive attitude during cancer treatment is important. Some researchers believe that maintaining a positive attitude can play a role in your fight against cancer. At the least, it can help lower your stress levels, which can be good for your overall health. If you are struggling to find ways to stay positive, here are some ways you can.  Rely on Friends and Family

  • Need Relief For Aches And Pains? Turn To Exercise

    Visiting your local healthcare professional is important if you're suffering from any type of persistent pain, but it's valuable to know that you can often effectively manage the symptoms on your own. While you should never opt for self-care over the professional guidance of a healthcare professional, there are times at which you'll be told that the pain isn't serious and that you can treat it with medication. If you're not a fan of medication, there's an easy way to get natural pain relief — through exercise.