Alleviating Pet Allergy Symptoms
22 September 2015
If you suffer from wheezing, coughing, itchy eyes, and a stuffy or runny nose when you are around dogs or cats, there is a good chance you have a pet dander allergy. About ten percent of the United States population suffers from a pet allergy. If you suffer from a pet allergy, there are several different routes you can take to reduce the symptoms. Here are some of the treatment options available when dealing with a pet dander allergy.
4 Things You Need To Know About Proliferative Verrucous Leukoplakia
18 September 2015
Proliferative verrucous leukoplakia is a precancerous lesion that can develop on the soft tissues inside your mouth. Here are four things you need to know about it.
What are the signs of proliferative verrucous leukoplakia?
If you have proliferative verrucous leukoplakia, you'll notice lesions on your oral soft tissues. The insides of the cheeks and the tongue are usually where the lesions develop, but other tissues can sometimes be involved. The lesions tend to occur on both sides of the mouth.
Don't Be Afraid of Allergy Testing
16 September 2015
Do you have food allergies that are affecting your health and diet? Or, do you have allergic and hay fever reactions to dust, pollen, and pet dander? No matter what type of allergies are affecting you, a simple allergy test could ultimately result in a healthier and happier life. Some people are intimidated by allergy testing because they think it involves a lot of needles and pain. In fact, allergy testing is not that scary.
Questions And Answers About Your Child's First Year Of Vaccinations
14 September 2015
If you are a new parent, you are probably already dreading the shots that your child will receive at his or her well baby visits. However, vaccinations are important for disease prevention. Here are a few questions and answers to help you know what to expect from vaccinations during the first year of your child's life:
How frequently will your child be vaccinated?
Expect your child to receive multiple vaccinations at each of his or her routine checkups.