Signs Your Child Needs To See A Foot Doctor

You want your child to grow healthily, and always put their best foot forward. As a child ages, their feet can grow every single month, especially if they are still in their toddler or young child years. With your child's feet growing clean on into their teen years, you want to pay special attention to how they balance and walk on them. Here are signs your child needs to see a podiatrist, or foot doctor, for their ever-growing feet. Read More 

Running Myths Debunked: Don’t Fall For These Fallacies About Running

When it comes to physical activity, not everyone likes to climb on a treadmill or elliptical and start running or cycling. Some prefer to be in the great outdoors, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying the scenery. Whatever the case may be, if running is your physical activity of choice, you will want to make sure that you don't fall for these myths that are associated with running: 1. Running is a Knee-Killer. Read More 

Changing Your Skin Care Routine After A Facelift

A facelift can change your entire aesthetic to look years younger. A facelift will take the deep lines from the forehead and under the eyes as well as lift any sagging skin. After your face has properly healed from your lift, you may want to come up with a new skin care regimen for your newly augmented face. Here are some skin care products and regimen updates you may want to make after your lift. Read More 

Breast Augmentation Before And After Children: What Can You Expect From Your Implants If You’re Expecting?

If you are considering getting breast augmentation to finally have the body that you've always dreamed about, you may be wondering what the effects of pregnancy and breastfeeding will have on the implants. This article will help you know what to expect if you decide to get implants before having children and how implants react to pregnancy. Breastfeeding While some women may have difficulty breastfeeding due to nerve damage, most women should be able to produce adequate supplies of breast milk with an implant in place. Read More 

Important Things Women With Heart Disease Can Do

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women, but it doesn't have to be that way. The heart is a muscle, and like the other muscles in your body, you can take steps to make it stronger. You don't need a gym membership or anything expensive. It's simply a matter of making better choices. Exercise and Sunshine Walking, cleaning the house, and working in the garden are all forms of healthy exercise. Read More