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Diabetes and Holiday Wellness

by Immunoe

  Although diabetes and holidays may seem hard to combine, there are ways you can manage them both. Giving your self time to plan and complete your holiday tasks, making wise food choices, and being aware of your limits, are some of the best steps that can help manage your diabetes during thes …

Winter Tips for Eczema

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  Winter and our skin our not very good friends. Some would say that they are more like enemies. Why is that? Winter makes our skin dry, which can trigger eczema or worsen its symptoms. Here are some wintertime tips that can help us to better manage and ease the symptoms of eczema: Moisturize: …

A Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Guide

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  Although the holidays should be joyful and peaceful, for some, such as those with MS, they can be a bit stressful. Organizing holiday events, dinners, buying gifts, and planning vacations are some of the aspects that can make your holidays stressful. Below we have gathered some tips and idea …

Which Daily Habits Can Be Bad For Your Diabetes?

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  Managing your diabetes is a hard task. You need to constantly be careful with monitoring your blood pressure, the foods you eat and more. There are several different aspects in our lifestyle and daily habits which could spell disaster for diabetes. What are those habits? Here is a list of so …

4 Ingredients That Help Soothe Eczema

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  Healing dry and irritated skin can be hard, especially during fall and winter, when temperatures decrease, and the air becomes dryer. Having eczema means dealing with dry, irritated and damaged skin. Here are some ingredients that can help you keep your skin healthy, hydrated and calm: Dead …

Which Are the Best and Worst Foods for Asthma?

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  Can your asthma symptoms be affected by what you eat? Although studies have not been definitive, there are several things that are known to trigger asthma symptoms, and one of these triggers is food. The question is, which foods in particular can benefit or trigger your asthma symptoms? Here …

Melanoma Monday: What Should You Know About Skin Cancer Checks?

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  Melanoma is a dangerous type of skin cancer. Unfortunately, the number of people affected by melanoma increases year by year. In the U.S, that are more than 2 million people who are diagnosed with melanoma every year. So how do doctors diagnose melanoma or other types of skin cancer? Doctors …

Which Simple Steps Can Help You Manage Chronic Hives?

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    Chronic hives are a skin condition that often causes discomfort and it can interfere witheveryday activities and tasks. The good news is there are many different ways to soothe and prevent the symptoms of chronic hives. Here are a few steps to help you manage chronic hives: Avoid your …

What Should Your Loved Ones Know About Your COPD?

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  Currently, there is no cure for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). If you have been diagnosed with COPD, the best thing you can do is to make the lifestyle changes needed that will keep your lungs and body healthy. Speak with your family and loved ones about your diagnosis. Family …

Discover the Sneaky Ways the Sun May be Getting to Your Skin

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  November is here and it is the National Healthy Skin Month. Keeping your skin healthy is very important and taking good care of it can help prevent several skin problems and conditions. Protecting our skin though, might not be as simple as we think it is. Even though summer and beach time is …