No one has a perfect life, and it is not uncommon for people to experience sadness or other negative emotions. However, depression is something completely different—there is no easy fix, and it doesn't just go away on its own. The good news is, you do not have to spend your whole life being miserable if you have depression. In this day and age, there are a number of treatment options and coping strategies that are very successful in helping people manage depression.
28 November 2018
One of the many techniques that people who abuse alcohol will use as a means to put this addiction behind them is to get anti-alcohol medication from a medical professional. This medication is designed to make you sick when you consume alcohol — even a small sip can cause you to vomit. Knowing that you have this medication in your system can encourage you to avoid alcohol, given that you don't want to make yourself sick.
28 November 2018
Whether you are a new hospitalist or are an existing one who is struggling to manage your time and resources while treating your patients in the hospital, each of these hospitalist-approved tips listed below will help you streamline your inpatient medical practice: Hospitalist-Approved Tip: Be Mindful of the Order You Choose to Use When Rounding on Hospital Patients Streamlining your inpatient practice requires you to first plan the order in which you will round on each of your patients.
8 October 2018
Earbuds are used by many people as a method of privately listening to music, but that doesn't mean that they're good for you. If you use earbuds, there's a good chance that you could be harming your ears. Here are three potential ways earbuds hurt people's ears and what you should be looking out for. Canal Have you ever heard that nothing foreign should be put in your ears, including something as small and slender as a q-tip?
12 September 2018
How long has it been since you've seen a doctor? Perhaps you're the lucky person who has always felt great, probably because you've taken good care of your body. Or, you might be counting the blessings of just coming from what many might call good genes. Have things changed recently? Perhaps, you've noticed that you tire easily, or maybe you have begun to have frequent headaches or stomach aches. Whatever the reason that you are wanting medical care, here are some ideas that might help you.
30 June 2018
It can be difficult to really comprehend the fact that there might be something "wrong" with your child. Because of this, you might want to avoid screening for certain physical problems. However, if you think there is a chance that your child might have scoliosis, it's important to take your child to a specialist as soon as possible. Then, you can have your child screened to determine if this is the case.
25 April 2018
Access to quality imaging equipment is vital to the success of your veterinary practice. Unfortunately, not all animals who need an ultrasound are able to visit your office. Investing in a portable ultrasound machine gives you the ability to make house calls to check the status of your critical patients. In order to meet your on-the-go imaging needs, you need a portable ultrasound machine with the right features. 1. The Right Frequency
25 April 2018
If you are missing any teeth, you know how difficult it can be to chew foods properly. When you are missing one that is in the front of your mouth, you may be self-conscious, feel a bit embarrassed, and smile in a manner that does not show your teeth. Removable dentures or bridges can be used to replace any missing teeth. However, they will not have the same health benefits you will receive if you have dental implants instead.
23 March 2018
One of the first places you may notice facial wrinkles is around your eyes. Crow's feet appear on the outside of the eyes because the skin is constantly folding when the muscles in that area contract when you squint, laugh, or smile. Crow's feet can develop at a fairly young age and they tend to get worse over time. Botox can reduce the appearance of these wrinkles and make you happier with your appearance.
1 February 2018
Whether you are looking for a long-term solution or a short-term way to prevent pregnancy, birth control in pill form has been one of the most common routes for women to take. While effective when taken appropriately, birth control pills can sometimes come along with side effects, which is something your OB/GYN will likely warn you about when you start taking it. While common side effects like slight nausea or spotting between periods may be expected, there are also side effects that many women often don't realize could be caused by the birth control they are taking.
29 December 2017