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(HealthDay News) -- Running, walking or hiking trails can be a fun way to enjoy the great outdoors and get some exercise. But it's important to make sure you're dressed properly for your adventure. The American Council on Exercise offers this advice before you hit the trails: Wear a quality pair of...
(HealthDay News) -- Allergy shots, also called immunotherapy, can help allergy sufferers control symptoms and find relief. The American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology mentions these factors to consider before you decide to begin the shots: How long allergy season lasts where you live, and how severe your symptoms are. How effective...
(HealthDay News) -- While the United States has among the world's safest supplies of drinking water, some Americans still ask, "Is my drinking water safe?" The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that's an appropriate question to ask. The agency mentions these tips to help keep your supply of drinking water clean,...
(HealthDay News) -- Baby's sensitive skin can break out in a heat rash when exposed to hot, humid weather, as the sweat gland openings become blocked. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests how to soothe heat rash: Put baby in comfortable clothing that allows the skin to stay cool and dry. Take...
(HealthDay News) -- Protecting your vision must be a "priority just like eating healthy and physical activity," urges the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency suggests how to keep your eyes healthy: Schedule regular eye exams that include dilation; be aware of your family history of eye problems. Eat healthy...
(HealthDay News) -- The better foods taste, the more likely you are to eat them. So the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests how to make healthy foods more flavorful and appealing: Cook absorbent grains such as barley and rice in reduced-sodium, low-fat beef or chicken broth. When making dough, before baking...
(HealthDay News) -- The next time you go for a run or jog, staying safe should be your first concern. The Road Runners Club of America offers these safety tips: Don't wear headphones, which can reduce awareness of your surroundings. Always run against traffic. Follow all traffic signals and rules. Look both...
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(HealthDay News) -- Parents of new drivers can breathe a bit easier by setting safety rules for their teens. The U.S. National Safety Council offers these suggestions: Limit your teen's driving time after dark; set a rule of no driving after 10 p.m. Don't allow your teen to drive with a passenger...
(HealthDay News) -- If you're eating a vegetarian diet, it's important to make sure you're getting enough nutrients and making healthy meat-free choices. The U.S. Department of Agriculture offers these suggestions for vegetarians: Don't load up on cheese. Instead, choose low-fat proteins such as rice, lentils or beans as a base...
(HealthDay News) -- For people who smoke or are tempted to begin lighting up, consider what smoking can do to your smile. The mouthhealthy.org website mentions these potential harms: Staining of the teeth and tongue. Decreasing sensitivity to taste and smell. Declining ability to heal after any oral surgery or procedure. Increasing risk of tooth...
(HealthDay News) -- Lower back pain is among the leading causes of missed work in the United States. Fortunately, you can take steps to reduce your risk of hurting yourself. The American Council on Exercise suggests these techniques for proper lifting: Ask for help if you are trying to lift something that's...
(HealthDay News) -- Nails collect dirt and may spread some infections, so keeping them neat and clean is important. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention mentions these suggestions for proper nail hygiene: Trim nails frequently. Use soap and water and a nail brush to scrub under the nails when you wash...
(HealthDay News) -- Exercise is a good idea for anyone, but it poses special challenges for people with allergies and asthma. The American College of Sports Medicine offers these suggestions: Talk to an allergist before starting an exercise program. Take all medications for allergies and asthma as prescribed by your doctor. Breathe through the...
(HealthDay News) -- Young infants may not be able to speak, but that doesn't mean they're not trying to communicate. The American Academy of Pediatrics says parents should watch newborns for early signs of communication, checking for any possible signs of delay. The academy says babies should achieve these milestones by...
(HealthDay News) -- It's never too early to begin caring for the teeth, so your baby should visit the dentist soon after the first tooth emerges. The American Dental Association offers these suggestions to help parents plan baby's first dental visit: Schedule the appointment in the morning, when children are often well-rested...
(HealthDay News) -- Cutting down on sugar in your delectable desserts doesn't have to mean sacrificing taste or enjoyment. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers these suggestions for baking with less sugar: Cut back the sugar by a fourth or even a third in baked goods such as cakes, cookies...
(HealthDay News) -- The onset of menopause brings many physical and emotional changes, and common symptoms from hot flashes to weight gain. Womenshealth.gov offers these recommendations to help minimize menopausal symptoms: Eat a balanced, nutritious diet, making an effort to limit caffeine and alcohol. Quit smoking. Get plenty of regular exercise to help strengthen...
(HealthDay News) -- For seniors who haven't taken a driving education class in decades, a refresher course may make them much safer drivers. AARP.org says the potential benefits of a refresher driving class include: Learning to minimize the dangers of blind spots. Reminder to maintain a safe distance behind the car in front. Safety...