Sometimes it seems as if pests such as mosquitoes and ticks exist solely to ruin humans’ fun during the summer. Unfortunately, both insects thrive in Ohio, but there are a number of preventative measures you can take to minimize the risk of disease acquired from their bites. The clock is ticking on pest removal The
Getting immunizations is as much a part of the back-to-school routine as buying school supplies. August has been designated as National Immunization Month, so Superior Med is reminding parents that now is an opportune time to learn about the vaccinations their children may need prior to the new school year. The Ohio Department of Health’s
This summer, fire up the grill topped with a variety of healthy options that will make you forget about the burgers and bratwurst for a while. Try these chef-approved recipes for ideas on how to mix up your grilling menu for family and friends this summer. We promise they won’t mind. Caribbean Pork Tenderloin with
Sometimes we have so much fun in the summer that we forget to take the necessary precautions to protect ourselves properly. Here are some ways to enjoy the great outdoors with a dose of common sense and planning to have plenty of safe fun this summer. Keep Bugs at Bay Insects can ruin a good
There are certain signs a man can look for to know when a visit with a urologist is necessary. Urology is the medical specialty dealing with urinary issues involving the male reproductive system as well as kidneys, bladders, ureters and the urethra. Men noticing any of the following warning signs should not hesitate to see
If you feel your joints aching in the spring, it may be because your seasonal allergies are flaring up throughout your entire body – not just in the respiratory system. Pollen from trees begins the allergy cycle in the early spring, followed by grass pollination in late spring and ragweed in late summer.
Registering to become an organ donor during April is a great way to celebrate National Donate Life Month. Across the U.S., more than 120,000 people are waiting for an organ transplant. Nearly 3,000 of those people are in Ohio, according to Donate Life Ohio.