Treating Depression While Treating Your Dependency On Depressants: How Drug Rehab Helps

Many of the most abused drugs are depressants. These are drugs which allow you to sleep, feel less pain and feel "buzzed" or lightheaded just after you have used them but then make you feel extremely depressed once the drugs have left your system. Users of depressants end up abusing these drugs because they are constantly trying to get away from the depressed feelings they have after the drugs have been filtered out of the body.

Having a Healthy Pregnancy: Tips for You

When you find out that you are expecting a baby, your health and the health of your developing baby become your top (and sometimes only) priorities. However, it may not be clear what you can and should do in your daily life to improve your health and have a safe and healthy pregnancy from the moment you find out you are pregnant. While regular trips to your doctor of obstetrics and gynecology are important, there are other basic steps that you can take to improve your pregnancy health.

A Few Things to Consider When Helping Your Teen Pick Designer Eyeglasses

Being a teenager is tough. Peer pressure and trying to fit in can make life difficult. When it comes to the need to wear glasses, a teen can take a long time trying to find just the right frames that won't bring more attention to him- or herself. If you are lucky enough to be allowed to help your teen pick out his or her frames, here are a few things to consider.

How Can You Tell If Your Baby Has Eczema?

Eczema is a form of dry skin, but identifying eczema is not always easy. If you suspect your baby has eczema, knowing what eczema looks like and what to do about it can help. How can you tell if your baby has eczema? Eczema looks exactly like what it is: dry skin. If your baby has eczema, he or she will have red, dry, scaly patches of skin on various parts of his or her body.

How A Patient Learns To Cope With An Artificial Arm

While soldiers who have lost legs have done well with artificial legs, this has not been the case as much for those who have lost arms. This is partially due to the fact that arm prosthetic technology still needs to catch up with leg prosthetic due to the greater priority placed on the ability to walk. But another reason is simply that arms are more complex than legs. Arms have excellent coordination and have hands and fingers attached that must be capable of incredible dexterity.