Dealing with a Cancer Diagnosis

  • Dealing With Gout For The First Time? Helpful Information For Finding Relief

    12 November 2020

    Gout is a common, painful form of arthritis that can appear suddenly. The first symptoms of gout often consist of severe pain in a joint that can be intensely uncomfortable for hours. After the initial pain has lessened, further discomfort and tenderness can linger for many days or even weeks.   Once someone has suffered an initial gout attack, they are likely to continue experiencing additional attacks in the future. In addition to the inability to predict when a gout attack will occur, those who suffer from this condition are likely to experience uncomfortable after effects, such as inflamed joints and a more limited range of motion.

  • 4 FAQ About Speech Therapy

    16 October 2020

    When a child has trouble speaking, they will most likely benefit from speech therapy. This kind of therapy is provided by a speech-language pathologist, which is commonly referred to as a speech therapist. The goal of a speech therapist is to help their patient improve communication. If you would like to better understand speech therapy, here are the answers to four frequently asked questions. 1. When Is Speech Therapy Necessary for Children?

  • When Do You Need Dementia Care?

    11 September 2020

    Although everyone goes through temporary bouts of forgetfulness, the risk of dementia can dramatically increase as you age, particularly for those who already have a family history of dementia. How can you know whether it's time to enlist outside help for your loved one in the form of dementia care? Learn more about the seven stages of dementia and how to know whether your loved one may require dementia care.

  • ED Treatments That Actually Work

    2 July 2020

    There are thousands of treatments out there which vendors claim work to combat erectile dysfunction. These range from pumps to pills, coming in many different sizes and forms. But here's the thing: many of these so-called erectile dysfunction treatments don't work as promised. Some only work for certain patients, and others don't work at all. If you suffer from ED and want relief, then your best bet is to see your doctor and utilize one of the treatments that they recommend.