If you are one of the 60 to 70 million Americans that suffer from digestive problems, then you probably need more probiotics in your system. The term probiotics refers to dietary supplements or foods that contain beneficial or “good” bacteria normally found in your body. These “good” microorganisms aid in digestion and keep the bad bacteria at bay. Here's how to get probiotics into your diet.

As we age, the lenses of our eyes thicken and our pupils shrink. This causes eyes to adapt more slowly to changing light conditions and increases the need for light. According to the Center of Design For An Aging Society in Portland, Ore., older people need three to five times more light than younger people for vision and to maintain health.

According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, in the course of a year, Americans suffer one billion colds. With statistics like that, one might assume that most Americans know how to treat their cold and flu symptoms. Here are some heart healthy tips for the cold and flu season.

Are you one of those people who look forward to their limited vacation time each year so you can plan your next big adventure? But what if that allocated time is not enough to simmer your adventurous spirit and passion for travel? With the industry booming, there is no better time to consider combining your love of travel with working full or part-time as a professional tour director.

Here are seven important reasons everyone should get their hearing checked according to Miss America Deidre Downs, spokesperson for the Better Hearing Institute.

Do you get an occasional fluttering in your chest, or sometimes experience a racing heart beat or slow heart beat that comes on suddenly then goes away just as fast as it came? If you’ve been experiencing these symptoms with some regularity, make an appointment with a doctor who will check to see if you’re suffering from heart failure, a condition in which the heart doesn’t pump blood through the body as well as it should.

Every day, nearly 66 million Americans provide care for a seriously ill, disabled or aging family member or friend. This can be a real challenge, particularly when the person you care for has been diagnosed with a chronic illness. Here are some tips that will make the process easier.