28 June 2017
If you suspect your child has a hearing problem and might need hearing aids, you may decide to schedule a visit to an audiologist. This can be a potentially stressful event for a child, as your little one may not know what to expect. Here are a few things you can do to help prepare him or her before a first visit to an audiologist. Visit The Library One easy way to help your child to prepare for an audiologist appointment is to check out a few books from the library about hearing loss.
6 March 2017
Caring for the health of your spinal column is critical when it comes to eliminating pain and preventing debilitating injuries. When the discs in your spinal column become compressed, they could cause the bones in your spinal column to fracture. Spinal decompression surgery can be a great solution for addressing compression problems. Here are three things that you should keep in mind to ensure you get on the right road to recovery when undergoing spinal decompression surgery in the future.
23 February 2017
Calluses on the feet, which are a thickening of dead and roughened skin, are often caused by friction and pressure. The thick mass of roughened skin often may cause discomfort as you stand or walk. If you tend to stand on your feet for several hours a day, the problem may become worse. There are several measures to take if you have developed foot calluses. With the help of a podiatrist (foot specialist), you can eliminate the calluses and find relief.
15 February 2017
Sinus infections are common during pregnancy. Some infections are directly related to the pregnancy, while others are the result of a bacterial or viral infection. Although sinusitis usually does not have any impact on an unborn child, it is still important to seek treatment. If you are suffering from sinusitis, here is what you need to know. What Is Causing the Sinus Infection? Pregnancy-related sinusitis occurs when the blood vessels in your nose swell.
14 February 2017
There is nothing more anguishing than having to tell parents that their child is suffering from a terminally ill disease and may die early because of the diagnosis. Healthcare professionals are aware of the emotional and physical drain this diagnosis places on parents and children. A specially trained team of professionals take care of terminally ill children every day. Team members in a compassionate way introduce some semblance of order and comfort to parents who have terminally ill children.