Traveling with children is a bitter-sweet experience. While enjoying the amusement of the world as a family, we are too amazed by how unpredictable our children can be. Allergy, bruises and cuts, diarrhea, or fever can happen any time. To rub salt further, such unpredictability pops up in places where the nearest medical aid is a far distance away. With limited resources on hand, how can we treat these ailments with wit? Otherwise, is there any light-weight preparation we can bring along that answers the majority of ailments during these occasions? This infographic sums up many and is bookmark-worthy for your next travel adventure.
Bad breath can be a really embarrassing problem for some people. Bad breath can be caused by several things such as smoking, gum disease, dry mouth or a medical condition. However, the most common cause of bad breath is from bacteria that builds up either between your teeth or on the back of your tongue.
Fatigue is something most of us experience from time to time in our lives. It is the feelings of being tired, being exhausted and being lethargic, all rolled up into one. Causes of fatigue can range from lifestyle factors like lack of sleep or an unhealthy diet to medical conditions such as anemia or obesity to physical factors like stress and depression.