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The holiday season brings wonderful things such as family traditions, gifts, potential paid time off work, and extra time with loved ones. It can also be very stressful and pose potential health risks. Navigating the holiday crowds, preparing for out of town houseguests, and cooking large dinners are just a few of the things that… Read More »
Terror attacks are horrifying and produce obvious, immediate effects such as loss of human life, injury, property loss, and emotional impact. Norwegian researches recently found that there might be a less obvious but potentially debilitating impact; migraines and/or daily headaches. “We found that the survivors more often suffer from headaches as compared to controls, with… Read More »
Christmas trees typically are adorned with ornaments, lights, and the usual Christmas decorations. Occasionally, a cat will even find its way into the tree. This holiday season, consumers should also be aware of unwanted critters that may find their way into homes clinging to a freshly cut Christmas tree, said Texas A&M University entomologist, Dr…. Read More »
The American Academy of Ophthalmology defines color blindness as “when you are unable to see colors in a normal way.” There are three variants of color blindness: Red-green color vision defects which are the most common form. Blue-yellow color vision defects. Complete absence of color vision. According to the National Eye Institute, “men are much… Read More »