4 Tips For Getting Used To Your Artificial Leg

The idea of having an artificial leg can be life changing if you are missing a limb, but one thing that you might be worried about is getting used to your new limb. It's true that it can be a bit of a challenge to get accustomed to wearing a prosthetic, but your prosthetic is sure to help you walk once you get used to it. Luckily, following these tips can help you get used to wearing and walking on your artificial limb. Read More 

Meal Plan Ideas To Help You Lose Weight

Meal planning is key in your weight loss goals. Having your meals prepped and planned ahead of time will help you stay on track with your diet. When dieting and trying to lose weight, you are more likely to stray from your diet if your meals aren't planned out ahead of time. See below for some meal plans to help you on your weight loss journey, and a few tips to help you as well. Read More 

You Can See Clearly Now: 5 Unique Tips For A Glasses Wearer

You like your glasses. They help you see. They make a fashion statement. However, sometimes as a glasses wearer, you need a helping hand when it comes to managing your spectacles. Here are five tips made just for you. Place a Rubber Band around Your Shampoo This solves one of your hardest predicaments in the morning. You don't have your glasses on because you can't wear them in the shower. However, you still need to see. Read More 

Alternatives To Clomiphene: Injectable Hormones For Infertility

For many couples who struggle with fertility problems, medication is an effective treatment to promote ovulation. Clomiphene citrate, a synthetic oral medication, is often the first choice for treating infertility. This anti-estrogen drug causes a release of hormones that stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. However, clomiphene citrate is not effective for all women. If clomiphene citrate is not successful, one of the following injectable hormones may be recommended by your infertility doctor to stimulate ovulation. Read More 

Would You Pay For Crooked Teeth? The Japanese Yaeba Trend

For many people in the U.S. and other western countries, crooked teeth are embarrassing. People spend thousands of dollars attempting to correct crooked teeth and get that "perfect" smile. A growing trend in Japanese dentistry does exactly the opposite. The "yaeba" or "double tooth" in Japanese is a cosmetic dentistry trend that actually makes teeth appear less perfect by simulating crooked, protruding canine teeth.  The New York Daily News reports that this procedure has become extremely popular among young women and adolescent girls. Read More