Many people are not aware how food allergies can affect which medications they would be allergic to as well. There are medications that are made with many of the common food allergies that we have today. Next time check this article if you are a person with food allergies. May help prevent you from having an allergic reaction to a medication.
In a time of longer work hours, less time outside, and living in the northern hemisphere sunlight exposure has decreased and therefore so has our vitamin D levels. Take a look at this fact sheet and article about the types of Vitamin D deficiencies, how they are treated and what benefits you can get from supplementing Vitamin D.
Minor pains, headaches, and fevers are a part of our every day lives. Whether it's for us or our children, most people keep over-the-counter anti-inflammatories and/or Tylenol around our homes. This article should be of interest to everyone because it shows just how dangerous these common and often though "safe" medications can be.
Many times when we get sick and antibiotic is not needed even though we think we should get one. Antibiotic overuse has let to many strains of bacteria becoming more and more resistant and strong and stronger antibiotics having to be used for things that were once cured with the simplest and safest of antibiotic. Take a look at this article and it will surprise you how often no antibiotics are needed when you or your child gets sick.