Your liver is a powerhouse of an organ. Sitting beneath your lower ribcage, your liver cleans toxins out of the blood and produces bile, which breaks down fats from the food you eat. The liver is basically your body’s filtration system. And, unlike other organs, it doesn’t regenerate quickly. Once it’s been scarred, it doesn’t regenerate at all. So, knowing how to take care of your liver is of utmost importance.
Deciding to have children is such an exciting step. But, most couples try for at least six months before they finally see that little positive sign on a pregnancy test. You can speed up the process if you start tracking your cycle so you can try to get pregnant when you have best chance. If you’re wondering how to track ovulation, start with these steps.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that a small amount of chlorine in tap water is safe to drink. But how do we get chlorine in tap water? What purpose does it serve, and how can we protect ourselves from ingesting too much chlorine?
Regularly testing the water in your aquarium is an essential part of aquarium maintenance. But, how do you make sure you get healthy readings on your TestSure Aquarium Test Strips? Follow these guidelines on how to care for your aquarium.
As exciting as it is to start your family, it’s also uncharted territory. First-time moms often find their heads swirling with questions once they see that little positive sign. But all those questions boil down to one: You just want to know how to tell if your pregnancy is healthy.
Know what symptoms to expect.
For those of us familiar with the telltale discomfort, there’s no mistaking a urinary tract infection (UTI) when it first rears its ugly head. But, if you don’t know how to tell if you have a urinary tract infection, TestSure has your back. With a little knowledge and a supply of UTI test strips, there is no reason to suffer for long.
For just $9.99, you can get a 100-count bottle of urinalysis test strips from TestSure. But, why bother? What health problems can you detect with urine test strips? The answer is: Quite a few. In just the 30 seconds it takes the test to process your results, you get a heads up about a wide range of common health problems, all in the privacy of your own home. They’re a great way to get a more complete picture of your health and nutrition than annual checkups allow, and might alert you to problems that need medical attention early enough to make a big difference.
Catch diabetes before it develops.
If you or a loved one has diabetes, you may only know about ketones in the context of ketoacidosis, a dangerous buildup of ketones in the blood. But in the right amounts, the presence of these byproducts may be a good sign – especially for those looking to lose weight.
As we’ve discussed before on the TestSure blog, every solution has a pH, or a measurement of how acidic or alkaline that substance is. The water coming out of our kitchen faucets, the soil in our gardens, and even the blood and tissues in our bodies all have a measurement on the pH scale, which ranges from 0 (completely alkaline) to 14 (completely acidic).