Posts From October, 2021

What to Do for Itchy Winter Skin

With up to 50 million Americans seeking treatment annually, acne is one of the most common skin disorders impacting the lives of young adults and adults. However, it is not the only skin problem that seems to worsen or become harder to treat when the weather turns colder. Whether it is the dry, colder air… Read More »

How To Manage Winter Asthma

What is Asthma? Even if you don’t personally have asthma, you probably know someone who does. One in 13 Americans is diagnosed as having asthma. That’s approximately 25 million, with 20 million being adult sufferers.  Asthma is a condition characterized as when the airways to the lungs become narrow due to swelling and may produce… Read More »

Fibromyalgia: Is it Real or Imagined?

“Doctor, I Hurt All Over!” Prior to the 19th-century fibromyalgia was considered a mental condition because it was based on patient reports and could not be detected by those looking on, namely medical doctors. Since that time, fibromyalgia has not only gone through a few name changes but as more has been learned about it,… Read More »

Healthy Activities to Do in Las Vegas this Fall

There aren’t many who haven’t heard the slogan, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!” Coined in 2003, this slogan was meant to encourage visitors to come to Las Vegas and “let loose” without fear of consequence or concern. Unfortunately, the saying has now become an excuse to overindulge in gambling, drinking, and whatever it… Read More »

Autumn Wellness Tips

It’s the time of year that many have been looking forward to since January. The air is crisp, the sun is bright but for shorter periods of time, menus again include things that begin with Pumpkin Spice, and “sweater weather” is here. It’s Autumn! While the focus may be on pumpkin patch schedules, hunting down… Read More »