Eyeglasses are a necessity for some, but not necessarily an affordable one. Recently, various organizations have been trying to come up with creative ways to get eyeglasses to people can't afford them. Adaptive Eyecare has even devised self-adjustable glasses, which the wearer can adjust to their own prescription without having to see an optometrist.
Buying glasses can get very expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Online glasses retailers are becoming more and more common, and are an incredibly cheap alternative to purchasing glasses at brick-and-mortar stores.
Here's a breakdown of the steps to buying a pair of glasses online.
I have to say I am proud of myself. I made exercise a priority in all of 2011, not just the first two months. I've read a bunch of articles on how to keep it fun, from trying dance classes to using the latest heart rate monitors. Some of the new stuff works, but ultimately it's just about moving your body.
The weather where I live has quickly turned to fall, and I've
realized cold and flu season is quickly approaching. If Amy's
for cold and flu prevention don't work, then you're going to
need ways to soothe your symptoms. I try to take a more
natural approach when it comes to medicine, and some of the
commercial cough syrups just don't jibe with that mentality.
I've found out that it's actually quite easy to make your own
homemade cough syrup using just a few safe ingredients, and it
works very well! I love the fact that I am more
self-sufficient and don't have to rely on pharmaceuticals for cold
Here's how you can make your own homemade cough syrup too:
As a working mom of four, balancing the stresses of job
expectations, kids needs and household necessities seems to drain
my energy reserves. I need to recharge and while I would love
to have a personal masseuse on-hand, it's not quite
Here are some easy and free ways to give yourself a pick-me up
without breaking your bank or taking away from your
responsibilities at home.
In a recent study, NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) including ibuprofen commonly known as Advil, were found to increase the risk of heart attacks in recent victims. 45% of them were more likely to die or have another attack after taking these drugs. Scary, huh? Which brings me to ponder the correct usage of pain killers and the benefits they may provide for you.