Maintaining Good Health Even When You're Busy

  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Your Newborn's Pee And Poop

    1 March 2019

    After giving birth, you will have a lot of questions about the changes in your body as well as your baby's health and wellness. From when to feed to how long they should be sleeping, the questions about your baby's growth and development will be endless. One part of your newborn's health that you may not want to talk about is their poop, but it's not something you should ignore. This guide will help you learn a few key things regarding your newborn's poop.

  • 5 Tips For Preparing Your Child For A Doctor's Visit

    11 January 2019

    Just like adults, children have to visit the doctor from time to time for various illnesses or injuries. However, children tend to be more uneasy about going to the doctor's office because they anticipate pain or do not know what to expect. As a parent, there are several things you can do to prepare your child for a doctor's visit. 1. Tell Your Child At the Right Time When discussing doctor's appointments with children, timing is everything.

  • 3 Ways To Set Yourself Up For Success After Rehab

    10 December 2018

    For many addicts, a residential addiction treatment center is the best option for recovery. At an inpatient addiction treatment center, you have all of the medical and psychological support and resources you need to detox and begin the road to sobriety and wellness. Once you leave rehab, you may find that maintaining your sobriety is more difficult unless you do a few specific things to help set yourself up for success. Here are three ways to do just that.

  • Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) Cancer Surgery For Pancreatic Cancer Patients

    17 November 2018

    Irreversible electroporation (IRE) is a procedure that is often referred to as the NanoKnife procedure after the brand name of the equipment used. The treatment involves using a series of small needles to send electronic,non-thermal pulses into an existing tumor in an effort to kill the cancer cells within it. If you have pancreatic cancer in its earlier stages, IRE could be a recommended form of treatment because it is thought to be so effective.

  • Has Your Loved One Suffered A Traumatic Brain Injury? An Occupational Therapist Can Aid In The Recovery

    30 July 2018

    Traumatic brain injuries are among the most difficult injuries to recover from. In fact, even after release from the hospital, there may still be residual difficulties that will need to be addressed. Families acting as advocates can ensure that their loved one receives the care that they need to facilitate their recovery. It's important to note that recovery from a traumatic brain injury requires a full team of medical care providers and support staff.

  • They Need Your Support: How To Help Your Loved One Overcome An Addiction To Alcohol

    30 July 2018

    If your loved one is a recovering alcoholic, they're going to need your support. Alcohol addiction is a serious problem that can have lifelong consequences. It's not something that your loved one will be able to recover from overnight. In fact, they may need to go through several relapses before they finally find the path to total recovery. It's going to be up to you to be there for them as they navigate the difficult path to sobriety.

  • Opiates, The New Epidemic, And Drug Detox: How You Can Help

    15 May 2018

    In an election year, you have senators and representatives talking about how opiates have affected their lives. They attempt to appeal to the people on a human level, but what they have missed is how incredibly massive this new epidemic has become. One representative, who is far past her prime, talks about how her mother was an addict fifty years ago, and then names the statistics for her state.  States like Illinois and Ohio had to legalize the carrying of Nar-Can in ambulance vehicles because of the increase in drug overdoses and the number of deaths from opiates and opioids.