15 March 2019
There are some people who can sleep through loud noises and even through sudden loud noises and even through things like their partner getting into bed or their big dog jumping up on the bed. Then, there are other people who can't seem to sleep if there is anything that happens to capture their attention. Things like a dog barking in the distance or a car driving down the street are enough to keep them from getting a good night's sleep.
31 December 2018
When you are caring for your parents at the end of their life, you want them to be in especially good hands. If it has gotten to the point in your parents lives where they need a hospice facility to take care of them, then you may not know where to even start to look for one. So what are some things that you should be looking for in one of these facilities?
31 December 2018
If you're experiencing hearing loss, one of the best decisions you can make for your quality of life is to order a pair of quality hearing aids. The right hearing aid can help to restore your hearing, making it possible to once again enjoy your social life to the fullest. Still, there are a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid when it comes to your new hearing aids. Not Starting With a Professional Fitting
20 November 2018
If you have been diagnosed with a deep vein thrombosis (DVT), then you may be scared about what this means. Vascular surgery can be scary, but there are a number of treatments that can be used to minimize the risk of an embolus developing. Keep reading to learn about two of the more common ones. Blood Thinner Medication DVTs are blood clots that form in the deep veins of the body and the majority of them develop within the legs.
13 September 2018
Dealing with chronic pain on a daily basis can take its toll on you mentally and physically. If you want a change for the better, consider interventional injections. They can provide pain relief for an extended period of time. To ensure these injections work out, remember these tips. Know If You're a Good Candidate Just because you're in pain doesn't automatically mean you should get interventional injections. This type of care is reserved for pain in specific parts of your body.