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They've only got one life to live - and they want to live it in the healthiest way.
Daytime's hottest soap stars boldly go into the No-Embarrassment Zone to reveal their personal health questions. Here, Alison Sweeney, star of Days of Our Lives, asks about seasonal allergies. Dr. Oz has the answer. Click here to watch Maurice Benard from General Hospital. Click here to watch Walt Willey from All My Children. Click here to watch Eileen Fulton from As The World Turns. Click here to watch Kristoff St. Click here to watch Kassie DePaiva from One Life to Live. Animation produced by Visible Productions Inc. How to Treat a Nail Infection" Nails are more than simple protective coverings for sensitive fingers and toes.
Your nails are living, growing parts of your body, and as such, they can get sick just like the rest of your body. Infections of the nails and the surrounding skin can result from injury, ingrown nails, split and separated nails and other more serious conditions. Infections not only cause pain, but they can also affect the way your nails grow and can impact your overall health. Nails seem vastly different from the outer layer of skin known as the epidermis, but they are merely the hardening of the top layers of epidermis.
Avocados for Heart Health. Avocados for Heart Health If you are looking for a tasty food that can help lower cholesterol, regulate blood pressure, and protect against heart disease and stroke, reach for an avocado.
This versatile fruit (botanically, it's actually a large berry), can be used in everything from guacamole to ice cream to soup. It's a good source of vitamin K, dietary fiber, potassium and folate. While avocados are very low in sodium and cholesterol-free, don't overdo it, as they do contain fat, albeit the heart-healthy, monounsaturated kind.
This time of year the Bacon, Fuerto and Zutano varieties are ready to eat - if you buy one that's hard, you can speed up the ripening process by placing it in a paper bag for a few days. 5 Cholesterol Diet Tips. 5 Cholesterol Diet Tips Yesterday's Daily Tip discussed HDL and LDL levels; today we discuss food choices and cholesterol.
For people battling high cholesterol, choosing meals wisely can be a challenge, but it is essential. Restaurants, parties, even an office potluck may present unhealthy temptations. But simple dietary modifications can help you eliminate those unhealthy choices: Reduce saturated fat. Is Cholesterol Concerning You? Hearing Self-Test. You can use this self-administered test as an initial screen for yourself or your child and to find out if an audiologic (hearing) evaluation is needed.
Does my child have a hearing loss that needs to be evaluated by a professional? If you observe any of the following behaviors or symptoms of hearing loss, you should consider having your child’s hearing evaluated further by a certified audiologist: Your child is inconsistently responding to sound.Language and speech development is delayed.Speech is unclear.Volume is turned up high on electronic equipment (radio, TV, CD player, etc.).Your child does not follow directions.Your child often says, "Huh?
"Your child does not respond when called. Decodes Emotions & Diagnose Med Conditions.