If you’re one of the 15% of Americans who have yet to quit the smoking habit, you probably tell yourself on a regular basis, “I’m going to quit. Soon.” But “soon” never seems to arrive.
The construction of chairs and sofas today is much different from that of a few decades ago. Every one of them is overstuffed, sending the not-so-subtle message: come, sit, stay in super-relaxing comfort.
Approximately one percent of the population suffers from celiac disease, and their reaction to the gluten in even a small crouton can be diarrhea, abdominal bloating and pain, fatigue, seizures or migraines, severe weight loss, and many other unpleasant and even dangerous symptoms.
Health fads come and go. Some celebrity finds a diet or exercise routine or substance that he or she swears is medicine’s cure-all and Fountain of Youth, and suddenly it seems the whole world can’t talk about anything else.
It’s not officially summer, yet we’ve already seen an onslaught of record-high temperatures here in South Florida. Your concierge physicians at MD 2.0 in Jupiter, Florida, want to remind you of the risks of dehydration in children.