Consumers have become more and more suspicious of the foods and products they are regularly putting into and onto their bodies. One of the most popular products used during the summer months – bug spray – has recently come under public scrutiny. While we flock to insect repellants to free us of the nuisance of itchy bug bites or – even more frightening – communicable diseases, these popular skin products are ripe with many artificial chemicals that readily absorb into …Read more
As allergy season descends upon us once again, at least 80 million Americans are currently muffling endless sneezing fits due to seasonal ragweed allergies. Currently, the most effective remedy for seasonal allergies is allergy shots; however, this remedy can be costly, risky, painful, time-consuming, and according to many allergy sufferers, just not worth the unpleasantness.
Prompted by a need for an alternative treatment, an international team of researchers gathered to finally free millions of watery-eyed allergy victims, testing out a …Read more
You may be one of those people that love the seasonal hot, humid weather but the extreme heat can potentially be fatal. Heat related deaths can kill more people in a year than floods, lighting, hurricanes and tornados combined. This make hot weather a top weather killer. In North America summer seasonal temperatures are hot, combining both high temperatures and high humidity in many areas which can have a detrimental effect on your health.
What are Seasonal Illnesses and What …Read more
Allergic reactions are caused by hypersensitivities to an otherwise benign substance. Allergic reactions can be triggered by almost anything, and two of the most prevalent forms of allergies include seasonal allergies and food allergies. It is estimated that one out of every 13, or 8 percent of American children suffer with food allergies and this number is on the rise. Some of these children have multiple food allergies and 39 percent of them have an allergy that is so severe, …Read more