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Women’s Health: 3 Benefits To Seeing Your Gynecologist Annually

Yearly visits to your gynecologist are important. While pelvic and breast exams are important, they aren't the only reasons to visit a doctor specializing in gynecology. There are many facets to women's health care, and they can all be addressed by visiting your OBGYN. So even if you decide to opt out of your annual pelvic exam, you should still visit your women's health doctor every year. Why? Here are three good reasons: Read More 

Receiving Hyperthermia Cancer Therapy in a Clinical Trial

Cancer is one of the scariest health problems in the world, and the medical industry is doing all it can to cure it. One of the most promising new treatment methods is hyperthermia. Anyone with cancer who is interested in receiving this treatment, though, will have to do so in a clinical trial.  The Nature of Hyperthermia Hyperthermia is a promising cancer therapy currently being tested in a variety of clinical trials. Read More 

Tips For Keeping A Sick Child Calm On The Way To The Doctor

When your child is sick and you've scheduled a visit with the family doctor, the appointment can't come soon enough. Children who are ill may become difficult — you may have a struggle to get them into the car, for example, and they may also fuss or cry on the way to the doctor and even while in the waiting room. As the parent, you want your child to feel that the situation is under control, given that feeling sick can occasionally be scary for some children. Read More 

4 Ways You Can Naturally Reduce Your Allergy Symptoms

Having allergies isn't fun, and it can be a downright miserable experience for some people. If you struggle with allergies, you'd probably like to find some way to diminish the symptoms. While medication can help, it isn't always enough. Here are four additional ways you can potentially reduce your allergy symptoms. Avoid Bringing Pollen In Seasonal allergies are typically caused by pollen from plants, which is why you probably experience stronger symptoms outdoors. Read More 

3 Adjustments to Make to Your Home to Prepare for the Use of a Mobility Scooter

If you or someone else in your household is going to start using a mobility scooter to get around, there is a chance that you may need to make some adjustments to your home to be prepared for it. These are some of the adjustments that you might want to look into so that you can ensure that your home is prepared.  1. Installing a Ramp You probably aren't going to want to be restricted to being in the house once you start using your mobility scooter, and you will need a way to get outdoors in case of an emergency or in case you need to go to a doctor's appointment. Read More