Have A Medical Issue? Why You Should Go To An Urgent Care Facility

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When you're dealing with a medical issue you want to find relief as soon as you can. No one wants to walk around in discomfort for any longer than they have to. Feeling excruciating pain makes it tough to work or even just try to sit tight and wait it out. If you're currently in this kind of situation and are desperate to find relief you might be thinking about going to the emergency room.

6 June 2018

Concerned Your Newborn Will Share A Peanut Allergy With Their Older Sibling? Here's What You Need To Know

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If you are the parent of a child who has a severe peanut allergy and you are expecting a new bundle of joy into your family, you may be concerned about your newborn's susceptibility to having the same allergic reaction to peanuts. However, according to research published by the National Institutes of Health, only 3.7% of siblings in a study were sensitized and clinically reactive to peanuts when they had a sibling with a peanut allergy.

8 May 2018

Peripheral Neuropathy: Your Questions Answered

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If you are experiencing odd sensations in a particular part of your body, such as your hands or your feet, you may be affected by peripheral neuropathy. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, roughly 20 million Americans are affected by peripheral neuropathy. Find out what this condition is, what causes it and what you and your doctor can do to preserve your quality of life. What Is Peripheral Neuropathy?

16 April 2018

Get The Skinny On Fat And Heart Disease

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For a very long time, it was believed that any kind of dietary fat—but particularly saturated fat—could increase one's risk of heart disease. In recent years, however, new studies have appeared claiming that fat isn't as evil as doctors and scientists once thought. What's the truth? The simple answer is, fat has a place in your diet. Read on to learn more about this and where you should refocus your efforts to protect your health from heart disease.

27 February 2018

Tips For Helping Someone You Love During Chemo

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If someone you love is going through cancer, you might wonder how you can help to make the burden lighter. Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is not only physically draining, but it can be tough emotionally and mentally as well. The support of friends of family can make a huge difference through all the stages of treatment and recovery with cancer care services. One of the most common treatments for cancer is chemotherapy.

25 January 2018

Affected By The Recent Wildfires? How To Help Your Young Child Breathe Easier

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If you live near the wildfires, you know how bad the air quality is right now. What you might not know is that even if the air looks clear where you are, it could still contain ash and debris that is harmful to your health. If you have young children, the poor air quality can be even more harmful for their delicate lungs. Until the air has cleared, you need to take special precautions to keep your kids safe, and prevent serious breathing complications.

11 December 2017

What If You Suspect You Have Knee Arthritis?

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Some people dismiss knee pain as merely getting older. However, there is a possibility that the pain could be far serious than they realize. Left untreated, the pain could interfere with everyday life. In some instances, the knee pain is the first noticeable sign that someone has arthritis. If you suspect you have arthritis, here is what you need to know. What Are the Symptoms of Arthritis? Knee pain is common with arthritis, but there are other symptoms that you might not realize are signaling towards the condition.

15 August 2017

How To Treat Incisional Hernia With Laparoscopic Incisional Repair

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A large incisional hernia makes it hard to breathe and move normally. It occurs when your intestine pushes through your abdominal wall at the site of a previous stomach surgery. This hernia usually occurs near your surgical scar in your abdominal area. It is the result of not being active after having surgery. When your hernia becomes large, it can decrease your quality of life. Read on to find out how to treat incisional hernia with laparoscopic incisional repair.

25 July 2017

The Four Main Responsibilities Of A Neonatal Nurse

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Working in neonatal care is one of the most rewarding jobs, but it can also be difficult, as well. Since you are dealing with fragile babies who need more care than a normal infant, it can be challenging, especially if the baby doesn't end up surviving while in the NICU. However, working in neonatal care is more often rewarding because babies tend to come out of their difficult times and are eventually able to go home with their parents.

16 June 2017

Ask Your Eye Doctor About Computer Glasses To Help With Your Eye Strain

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If you spend a lot of time working or playing on the computer, you'll probably have eye strain at some point. Computer eye strain gives you blurry vision, tired eyes, and eye redness. Rather than squint at the screen or crane your neck to see better, you should have your eyes examined and ask your eye doctor, like Quality Eye Care, about getting computer glasses. Here is some more information about computer eye strain and how glasses help.

1 June 2017