Many women experience meno-fog as they enter menopause. Here are 5 helpful ways to clear your mind.
As a family doctor, I'm always a bit frustrated that I can't offer much to patients with colds, at least in terms of Western allopathic medicines. So I decided to scour the literature again to see if any new research has shown benefits from herbals and supplements. The good news is, yes: There may actually be a couple of supplements that can help you get better quicker. Here’s what I found, and my advice.
Flowers are blooming, trees are blossoming and birds are chirping. Spring is in the air – but when you’re someone with allergies, these signs of spring can also be a source of eye-itching, nasal-dripping anxiety. In honor of Allergy Awareness Month, grab your tissues and tell us how you would answer these allergy-related "would you rather" questions!
In most homes, pets are considered family. Here are five tips aimed at keeping them healthy for better, longer lives.
How many of us still listen to the flight crew’s safety instructions? I fly several times a year but can honestly say I really did not “hear” them until this past summer, when a flight attendant said: “If the cabin should lose pressure, oxygen masks will fall from the ceiling. Please put your mask on before assisting someone else.” I was in an immediate parenting crisis!
Yes, you can train your brain, especially to memorize things. But, it probably won’t help you find your keys or remember what you wanted to buy at the store if you forgot. Here’s some basic advice on how to keep your brain healthy, especially as you age.
Do you struggle to be positive? If you are stressed out, mentally or emotionally exhausted, or unable to see the “silver lining,” you may think you are stuck feeling this way. This is common, but there are ways to turn negative thoughts into positive ones.
Just like adults, kids face pressure and stress every day. Especially when it comes to after-school assignments. Support your child’s mental health by making the task of homework less stressful with these expert tips.
Diabetes now is a global pandemic. Tens of millions of people have diabetes, and many are undiagnosed. As a family doctor, I’d like to share my advice on how to avoid this disease – or at least slow it down.
“Help, I’m suffering from phone-related stress!”
This may sound silly to some, but there appears to be some truth to the idea that smartphones can make life more stressful.
Here are some tips to help you overcome smartphone stress.