Archive for October 31st, 2018

    Do You Have a Loved One Who Suffers from Addiction?

    As cities across the country debate the need for more affordable suboxone treatment cost, there are scientists, researchers, doctors, and other specialists trying to eliminate the need for these treatments at all. One midwestern city, in fact, recently announced its serious crack down on dealers while offering more leniency for drug users if they agree to enrolling in treatment programs. The police officers in Omaha, Nebraska, has recently rolled out its newest program to try to tackle the problem of opioid overdoes, rather than just punish the addicts.
    News story after news story continue to emphasize the need for earlier invention methods for the most dangerous drug problem the U.S. has ever seen. The latest statistics indicate that drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US, with 52,404 lethal drug overdoses in the year 2015 alone. Not surprising, opioid addict

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    The Quick Guide to the Flu

    If you are a teacher, parent, daycare provider, healthcare provider, or anyone who finds themselves around children or anyone else with weak or compromised immune systems, then the F word for you is quite different than it is for other people. The F word for you means runny noses, coughs, stomach pains, and unfortunate bouts of vomit. The F word for you is, in fact, three meager but terrifying letters: the flu. As a teacher, “Flu season is coming” is just as bad as Game of Thrones’ “Winter is coming.” It does not help that whether or not flu vaccines are appropriate and if flu vaccine distributors are trustworthy. Here are some interesting things about the flu that you may not know.

    Firstly, it is important to know what exactly the flu is. Formally known as influenza, the flu is a respiratory illness that is caused by viruses in the throat, nose, and occasionally the lungs. Since the flu is contagious and can be debilitating to people with weak immune systems such as the elderly a

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    4 Ways To Prevent or Reverse Sun Damage to Your Skin

    Spending time outside is supposed to be a significant part of our daily routine, especially in the summer. When the sun is shining and the weather is warm, who doesn’t feel like packing up the car and hitting the nearest beach, however far it may be? But there is a danger associated with this outdoor activity time that many people don’t consider: sun damage. Over time, and repeated exposure to the sun, our skin can become wrinkled, dry and even splotchy.

    Around the world, sun damage is an extremely common phenomenon. Thankfully, there are measures that can be taken to both prevent and reverse sun damage for all skin types. Though there’s never one surefire answer when it comes to these things, there are things that can be done to help. From getting a hydrafacial to regularly wearing some form of sunscreen, here are our tips for your skin health.

    1. Hydrafacial

    A hydrafacial is a skin treatment process consisting of several steps intended to give you cleare

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