3 Ways Autoimmune Diseases Can Affect Your Eyes
9 December 2018
Autoimmune diseases can directly or indirectly affect your eyes, which can lead to permanent changes to your vision. As a person with an autoimmune disease, it is important to have routine eye exams and take any changes to your vision seriously.
Medication Side Effects
There are two medications that are frequently used in autoimmune diseases that can eventually affect your eyes. Hydroxychlorquine is used alone or in combination with other disease-modifying medications in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, and it is typically the primary medication for lupus.
Planning Your Holiday Travels? How to Avoid Problems with Your Birth Control
25 October 2018
If you're going to be traveling for the holidays and you're on birth control, you'll need to take some added precautions. Birth control mistakes can ruin your vacation. Here are three steps that will help you avoid problems with your birth control when you travel this year.
Keep It with You
If you're going to be flying this holiday season, be sure to keep your birth control with you at all times.
3 Great Reasons Women Should Go On A Wellness Retreat
22 September 2018
There are retreats for everything and everyone these days. If you love food, you can go on a foodie retreat as a way to learn better eating habits while eating food you've never tried before. Couples can go on a retreat together if they are having problems with their marriage or they want to develop a closer bond. Culture enthusiasts have their own kind of retreat developing a deeper understanding for cultures around the world.
Three Anti-Aging Procedures That Don't Require A Long Recovery
30 July 2018
If you are unhappy with your appearance and wish you looked younger, you may be looking into anti-aging surgeries. But what if you do not want to spend weeks recovering from a full facelift or other extensive procedure? Have no fear! There are a few anti-aging procedures that will take years off your appearance but that don't require a long recovery.
You may have heard of dermabrasion's less-serious cousin, microdermabrasion.