The severity of allergy seasons can vary largely depending on four weather-related factors.
Here are some of the conditions that can affect pollen counts.
1. Erratic weather. A warmer than usual winter season, makes trees pollinate earlier. If spring weather fluctuates greatly between warm and cold spells, it can result in more intense periods of pollen release during the warm spells.
Did you see Blue Trees Painting at Paint Palooza?
First question – where is vodka made? The most common answer - ‘Russia’.
It’s all over the news these days, cranberries have been proven to reduce urinary tract infections (UTIs). We moms, and nurses having been telling people for years to drink cranberry juice at the first twinges of a UTI. I guess as women, who tend to suffer more from UTI’s then men, we really didn’t need to wait for scientific research to confirm what we already knew. Cranberry juice simply made our bladders and urethras feel so much better.
From spark plugs to air bags, more and more of your car's functions are being controlled by computers. But does that mean your vehicle is vulnerable to a cyberattack?
You might be behind the wheel, but increasingly, computers control your car’s every function.
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Stone Oak Vision Source is announcing new technology that they are implementing to allow better care for your eyes. There is a new genetic test, Macula Risk, now available for predicting the likelihood of a patient with macular changes developing macular degeneration.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the National Stress Awareness Month, a thirty-day period (April 1–30) dedicated to increasing the public’s awareness about both the causes and the cures for our modern stress epidemic.
Even though we have learned a lot about stress, there’s still a lot of misconception and misinformation about the dangers of stress and successful coping strategies.
This week we celebrated American Diabetes Association Alert Day, a one-day call to action – held the fourth Tuesday of every March – asking people to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
- Eat breakfast everyday, and enjoy smaller-portioned snacks several times throughout the day.
- Avoid food that contains excessive fat and simple sugars.
- Eat family meals. Communal eating encourages healthier eating habits.
- Feed your kids only when they are hungry and avoid snacking in front of the TV or while playing video games.