6 November 2017
Athlete's foot can be a struggle to get rid of. You think you have it under control when it returns with a vengeance, causing itching and pain between your toes. Usually, if your athlete's foot keeps returning, it means you are not treating it quite properly. Here are a few changes you might need to make to your treatment protocol to get rid of the fungus for good: Use your anti-fungal cream for longer.
16 October 2017
Relying on medical marijuana to manage your health can be an effective option. But even with a prescription or license, you can't just go to a pharmacy or grocery store in order to get the medication you need. You can grow your own or utilize a local medical marijuana dispensary, or do both. Even if you want to grow a little of your own medication, there are many reasons to shop at a local dispensary rather than growing everything you need.
26 September 2017
One of the advantages of getting trained and certified as a massage therapist is that you can work wherever you'd like. Many massage therapists opt to work from home if there's enough space for a proper treatment room. Working from home saves you the overhead of renting space to get your own a clinic or having to pay a percentage of your earnings to someone if you work in someone else's clinic.
7 September 2017
Even though any surgical procedure is a major medical event, gynecological surgeries, particularly hysterectomies have traditionally been some of the most invasive. Because of the requirement of a significant incision, the surgery involved large scars, intense pain and long recovery times. Over time, new techniques have been developed to make these procedures not only less invasive as to the scarring and amount of trauma to tissue but also allows the surgeon to be more precise.
30 August 2017
It's easy not to give too much thought to the medications that your doctor prescribes. After all, they're the physician, so they must know what's best. But while your doctor does have expertise that you lack, it's still important for you to understand certain things about the medications that you're taking. Take a look at some important medication questions to ask your primary care doctor the next time you visit.