Anyone who has ever experienced seasonal allergies knows they can be irritating and unpleasant.
Whether you are a first-time pet owner or have a pet companion all your life, you’ve likely observed some health benefits of pets.
Let’s take a look at some biological hazards workers may encounter during warmer months, or in warmer geographic locations, and what can be done to prevent illness and injury from these hazards
Atopic dermatitis is a skin condition that can make your skin dry, red, itchy, inflamed, or it may have a rash-like appearance. For some people, atopic dermatitis may resolve by the time they turn 18, but for others, it can persist into adulthood. Symptoms of atopic dermatitis can come and go, and for some, it can cause symptoms that interfere with everyday life.
More than three million cases of pneumonia are diagnosed each year in the U.S. About one million of those cases need to be treated in the hospital, and around 50,000 cases become fatal.
About 31 million Americans are affected by a sinus infection each year. Microorganisms, like viruses, bacteria, or fungus, can take over one or more sinuses and trigger a sinus infection, also known as “sinusitis.”