There are many ways to spend your time that can be fun and rewarding, but not all of them are exactly good for your health — specifically, your eardrums' health — without proper precautions.
Home on the Range
The shooting range, that is. Shooting is an incredibly popular activity, as evidenced by the many shooting competitions and its place in the Olympics, and can help improve self-confidence, marksmanship, and ease of handling of firearms.
Most women have experienced a urinary tract infection at some point in their lives. Women experience them much more often than men because the urinary tract from the bladder to the outside of the body is very short in women. In men, because of their penis, and because the urethra doubles as a tube for sperm to exit the body, do not experience this quite as often.
Regardless of what sex you are, you know when you have an infection, as it hurts and burns when you urinate.
If you think that getting sober is the most difficult thing you've ever done, you may soon find that maintaining that sobriety in the days, weeks, and months ahead is even more of a challenge. Many people move into a sober living environment immediately upon completing drug treatment. They find that this specialized residence can be a valuable new home for as long as it takes them to feel more confident about their newfound sobriety.
If this will be your first holiday season with hearing aids and you're going to be traveling, there are some things you'll need to know. Your hearing aids will need some special attention while you're traveling during the holidays, especially if you want to avoid problems with them. Here are some instructions that will help you care for your hearing aids, and your ears, during holiday travel.
Pack Your Travel Gear
If you have a family history of colon cancer or similar issues, you may need a colonoscopy. This procedure can also help to screen for and find polyps and ulcers. Essentially, the process involves inserting a thin tube and a very small camera through the anus and up into the colon. Most people use some medication through the process. Here's what you need to know:
1. Talk With Your Doctor About Allergies and Medications You Are Currently Taking