Probing Into The Risks And Prevention Of Drowsy Driving

According to the recent reports of The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, it is found that 1 out of 25 drivers fall asleep while driving irrespective of the fact that they are all above the age of 18 years. If you upscale that figure to the entire population, you will see just how big an issue it is.

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7 Healthy Habits That Keep You Safe From UTI

Do not wait until you catch a UTI to treat it. You can save yourself the trouble by adopting healthy habits that will save you from UTI. If you are struggling with recurring STI infections, it is time to do something about it. The seven healthy habits discussed below are going to help you stay free of this nasty infection.

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Glaucoma Prevention and Lifestyle

Guest post contributed by Meredith Rogers

If you have increased risk factors for glaucoma such as family history, genetic predisposition, injury, diabetes, or older age, it is important to make lifestyle choices that may protect your vision. Although you can’t prevent glaucoma from happening or repair losses to your sight that occur from glaucoma, certain lifestyle habits and changes  can lower the eye pressure and protect the optic nerve from damage from glaucoma.
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