Almost every major life transition requires passing some sort of test before journeying on to the next phase. We cannot drive a car without passing a test; we cannot hold a job without first going through an interview; we cannot get into college without good SAT or ACT scores; we cannot get married without applying for a license and so forth. However, when it comes to having children, there is no test of parental capability and, needless to say, children are not born with a “how-to” handbook.
While many of us don’t have to worry about participating in an activity that puts us at risk of continuous concussions, like those who play contact sports, you should be aware that anyone can suffer a concussion. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that nearly 1.3 million people suffer from concussions every year. And, while concussions typically aren’t life-threatening, they should be taken seriously.
Allergic rhinitis is a very common medical condition that affects between 20 and 40 million people in the United States. Although allergic rhinitis is not a life–threatening condition, complications can occur and can significantly affect quality of life. In children, allergic rhinitis has a prevalence of up to 40%, making it the most common chronic disease during childhood. It has been noted in the last 30 years that its frequency has been steadily increasing. Of the children who suffer from this condition, approximately 40% are diagnosed by age six.
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Everyone wants to wear something to look amazing in no matter the occasion, but more often than not, closets full, yet, people find nothing to wear. That’s why building your closet around key pieces that you can wear year-round guarantees that you will have always find something to stunning to wear.
Do you frequently have a bad taste in your mouth? Do people step back from you when you are talking or offer you mints or chewing gum? If so, you could be suffering from halitosis, a chronic condition of having offensive-smelling breath. Halitosis is embarrassing and can interfere with your social or professional success.
Water does not burn fat. That’s true, but it does support weight loss through a series of mechanisms. Did you know that the sensations of hunger and thirst are controlled by the same area of the brain? The hypothalamus, which connects the nervous and endocrine systems and ensures proper transmission of nervous signals between the brain and your glands and organs, is involved in controlling the sensations of hunger and thirst.
As we age, the lens of the eye can become clouded, impairing vision. These opacities in the normally transparent lens are called cataracts. More than half of people over the age 65 have some degree of cataracts.