Dealing with a Cancer Diagnosis

  • A Guide To Your Use Of Botox Treatments For Migraines

    2 August 2017

    If you hear about Botox treatments and your first association with it is its effectiveness at reducing wrinkles, you might be surprised to discover that it also has helped many chronic migraine sufferers improve their quality of life in recent years. Given that chronic migraine sufferers are symptomatic at least 15 days out of each month and there have been instances where the severity of a person's migraine rendered them permanently unable to work, the debilitating impact of a migraine is obvious.

  • Learn What To Do When You're A New Parent And Your Child Hits Their Head

    17 July 2017

    Children fall all the time, but knowing what to do when they hit their head is very important when you are a new parent. There are many parents who make the mistake of thinking that their child is fine if they do not see any blood when their child gets up after falling. That is not always the case, though. The following guide walks you through the steps to take if your child falls and hits their head:

  • 3 Tips For Managing Stress In A Intense Medical Job

    26 June 2017

    If you are looking to work in an intense medical setting, like taking on an intensivist job or a position in an emergency room, you are going to be under pressure during most of your working hours. It is important that you understand and know how to manage the stress you are under on the job and take care of your own mental health and well-being. Here are a few tips for keeping yourself mentally and physically healthy in a high-stress medical career.

  • 4 Treatment Options For Eczema

    6 January 2016

    Eczema, also called dermatitis, is a chronic inflammation of the skin. People with this condition have dry, crusted, itchy skin. Eczema can't be cured, but there are many treatments available to help you manage the symptoms, ranging from home remedies to medical treatments. Here are four treatments for eczema. Moisturizer The dry skin associated with eczema occurs because your skin fails to retain water, not because your skin doesn't have enough grease or oil.