The red, itchy eyes. The lack of tissues at the grocery store. The sound of constant sniffling and sneezing. We’re all very aware – this allergy season has been brutal. The main cause of the uptick in allergy symptoms can be attributed to high pollen levels, especially in Rochester. Our immune systems treat pollen as
Treating cancer can often be debilitating, exhausting, and even painful. Treatments can be further complicated due to the type of cancer being targeted, the patient’s physiology, lifestyle, and attitude. A cancer diagnosis is horrible on its own but coupled with grueling treatment regimens and expensive medical bills, it can be unbearable. Unfortunately, doctors’ hands are
Your health should always be your top priority – especially during the cold and flu season, which we’re right in the middle of. Despite COVID-19 wreaking havoc across the globe, which requires its own set of rules to follow for prevention, we all still need to be aware of the common cold and traditional influenza.
We all need to stay mentally on our game these days especially with the stress of 21st-century living. Cell phones, problems with your child’s daycare and being financially stretched are all issues which can have on impact on a person’s psyche. Sometimes it seems the expectation is for you to text your colleague back while you’re in
The last week in September is national cancer awareness week. This a good time to take stock of the cancer risk factors and stress in our lives. Did you know? One person in three is now at risk of developing cancer. It’s more important now more than ever to pay attention to the predisposing factors involved.