December is Safe Toys and Gift Month
Preparing for the holiday’s can be stressful. Sending out greetings cards, baking, cooking, observing religious traditions, and purchasing gifts for loved ones can add up. In the midst of all holiday to-do’s; it is important to add children safety to the top of the list. Continue reading Are Your Child’s Toys Dangerous?
Any cancer survivor will tell you that cancer is no walk in the park.
Having survived cancer is something to celebrate and rejoice about. However it can take a while for cancer survivors to look in the mirror and start smiling again.
Patients with head and neck cancers face many challenges that can affect their quality of life. Many of the post surgical side-effects can result in speech dysfunction or facial disfigurement. In addition, organ-sparing chemo radiation treatments can result in difficulty in swallowing, dry mouth, and dental damage. Continue reading Life After Head and Neck Cancer
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Treating balance disorders can be challenging in patients of any age group however, diagnosing and treating inner ear disorders (commonly known as vertigo) in older patients can be particularly complicated. Continue reading Elderly People Suffering from Vertigo
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Asthma affects an estimated 26 million Americans and is one of the leading causes of work and school absences. Asthma is defined as a serious chronic medical condition causing inflammation and narrowing of the bronchial tubes, the passageways that allow air to enter and leave the lungs. Continue reading Cutting-Edge Technology to Detect and Diagnose Asthma
A new study from the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine reveals that women and men are affected very differently by sleep disorders.
A two-year study was conducted on 744 similar age patients who received sleep-related healthcare from seven private general practices. Patients were asked to complete a variety of sleep-related questionnaires in order to better understand their symptoms. Continue reading New Study Reveals That Sleep Disorders Affect Women and Men Very Differently
Studies show that there is a relationship between diabetes and hearing loss.
Research found that patients younger than 60 years of age living with diabetes had significantly worse hearing compared to patients without diabetes. Continue reading Can Diabetes Put You at Risk for Hearing Loss?
First Solar Eclipse Since 1979
On August 21, 2017, we will witness a total solar eclipse-a rare phenomenon that was last seen in the United States back in 1979.
According to people that witnessed the 1979 solar eclipse, they claim that the solar eclipse made animals act rare and just plain goofy. The sudden and complete darkness brought confusion to many animals. Barnyard animals thought it was nighttime and began to head back to the barn to rest and not to mention the birds in the sky stopped singing the morning tunes. And as the eclipse ended, roosters began to crow.
Continue reading Can The Solar Eclipse Be Harmful to Your Health?