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Providing Your Parent With A Safer Home

If you have a parent that's starting to have a harder time getting around, then you should try to help them by setting their home up in a way that accommodates their physical needs. This article will explain some of the changes you can make around your parent's house to help them get around easier. Have grab bars installed You should have grab bars installed in the bathroom shower and next to the toilet. Read More 

2 Natural Chemical Peels For Skin Rejuvenation

A chemical peel is one of the best ways to rejuvenate facial skin. Chemical peels remove dead skin cells that can make skin look tired and old. However, in order to effectively rejuvenate the skin there is no need to pay for expensive treatments or to buy expensive chemical peels at the pharmacy or online. There are many natural, low priced products that you can use to effectively rejuvenate your skin. Read More 

What To Do If You Get A Black Eye

While most black eyes heal on their own and are not a major problem, some are more serious. It's important to evaluate your eye's condition to determine if you need to see the eye doctor, and then to act accordingly. Here's how to determine how serious your black eye is, as well as some tips for treating both serious and not-so-serious black eyes. Evaluating the severity of your eye injury Read More 

How To Use Extended Contact Lenses

If you keep odd hours, like to have a nap in the middle of the day, or just prefer the convenience of always having your contacts in, extended wear contacts are a great option to satisfy your needs. Most extended wear brands can be worn for up to 30 days at a time, thought some have shorter usage periods. However, when worn or handled incorrectly, extended wear contacts can cause serious eye infections. Read More 

Learning About Your Breast Cancer Treatment Options

When you go in for your routine mammogram, a breast cancer diagnosis may be the furthest thing from your mind. However, if you do find yourself facing such a diagnosis, you need to know the different treatment options that are available to you. Meeting with your oncologist with an idea in mind of what treatments they will recommend to you will allow you to be active in the decision-making process for your breast cancer treatments, and will also give you the opportunity to ask any specific treatment-related questions you may have before you get started. Read More