Naproxen & Celecoxib: Treating Joint Pain While Managing Renal Function

Naproxen Celecoxib

As the elderly population continues to grow, it is expected there will be a significant burden placed on our healthcare system. One of the key areas of focus involves the use of prescription and non-prescription medications and the health issues that may be attributed to these drug uses. (more…)

Ways to Control Hay Fever Symptoms

Can you automatically tell that it’s spring or fall by your allergy symptoms? Like clockwork every March, millions of allergy hay fever suffers develop an annoying runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, post nasal drainage and itchy, watery eyes. Although not a life-threatening health problem these symptoms can be miserable to deal with. (more…)

Why You Need to Get Rid of Bed Bugs & Dust Mites?

Bed Bugs & Dust Mites

We have many hidden dangers in our home that can easily compromise our health. Bed bugs and dust mites are among them. They have been pests for years and it’s been said the human bed bug even fed on the pre-historic human’s blood, back when they were still living in caves!This ancient pest has been around bugging us for years and will continue to thrive for centuries to come. (more…)

Can You Really Be Allergic to Your Own Semen?

Can You Really Be Allergic to Your Own Semen

An orgasm is supposed to be a pleasurable sensation – not one that’s followed by fatigue, chills and muscle pain. But for men who suffer from post-orgasmic illness syndrome, there’s a price to pay for that few seconds of enjoyment. Men with this rarely recognized condition develop flu-like symptoms within seconds to hours after an ejaculation. Needless to say, post-orgasmic illness syndrome could put a strain on a marriage – but scientists now believe they’ve unlocked the cause. Men with this syndrome are allergic to semen – their own. (more…)

Fast-Growing Rowan Tree Tolerates Air Pollution

Fast-Growing Rowan Tree Tolerates Air Pollution

The misnomer occurs mostly in North America. This fast-growing, hardy tree (Sorbus aucuparia) is a member of the Rose (Rosaceae) family. It is a familiar wild tree in the British Isles. In Newfoundland-Labrador and Nova Scotia, Canada, it is commonly referred to as the Dogberry Tree. The name Mountain Ash has applied also to the Sorbus americana. (more…)