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9 Must-Haves For A Smooth Breast Augmentation Recovery

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If you’re getting ready to have breast augmentation surgery, you probably have a lot on your mind. Will you love your new breasts? Will ahem everyone else love them? These are all normal jitters, but have you given much thought to what you need after surgery? No worries. This list covers most everything you’ll want to have on hand, from medications all the way to entertainment, so your recovery is as enjoyable as it can be. Read More»

Recently Diagnosed With Pancreatitis? How Can You Manage Your Painful Symptoms?

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If you’ve recently received a formal diagnosis of pancreatitis from your physician, you may be relieved to finally have pinpointed the cause of your pain and various digestive symptoms. On the other hand, continuing to deal with these symptoms can be intense, and you may find that even the highest doses of over-the-counter pain relievers don’t touch your discomfort once you’re in the midst of a pancreatitis attack. What can you do to reduce the severity of your symptoms and begin to resume a more normal, pain-free life? Read More»

Serving Joint Replacement Patients With Your Expertise In Medical Equipment

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As the owner of a medical equipment rental company or a representative for medical equipment manufacturers, you have a lot of choices to make about which products to feature as you grow your business. Yes, the standard items such as wheelchairs, hospital beds, and monitoring equipment can provide a stable base of income. But to develop your business further, it’s important to look at emerging trends. By identifying the areas where your current and future customers will have the greatest needs, you can focus on becoming the expert supplier of the medical equipment that’s in demand. Read More»

3 Things To Know About Cognitive Impairment From A Brain Injury

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If your spouse was involved in a major car accident that left him or her with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), he or she may never quite be the same. Major brain injuries often leave people with long-term cognitive impairment. While there are ways to treat this problem, there is most likely no guaranteed method of treatment that will fully restore your spouse’s cognitive skills. Here are a few things you should understand about cognitive brain injuries. Read More»

Dry Nasal Passages: Causes And Cures At Home

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There is a saying that the eyes are the window to the soul, but it is also true that the nose is the gateway to the lungs. The quality of air passing through your nasal passages has a direct effect upon your lungs, and that is why it is important to address issues that can interfere with healthy nasal breathing. One such issue is dry nasal passages; a dry nose is not only uncomfortable, it can be a cause of trouble for your entire respiratory tract. Read More»

What's Causing Your Frequent Headaches?

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Are you suffering from headaches several times a week or perhaps even daily? It’s important to get to the bottom of what’s causing your headaches, since if you can eliminate that cause, you can reduce their frequency and severity. Here’s a look at several common causes of frequent headaches and what you can do about them. Stress or anxiety Has your life been overly stressful lately? Maybe you’ve been going through some changes like a new job or perhaps you’ve been dealing with some social turmoil. Read More»

Should You Have a Facelift If Your Bell's Palsy Isn't Showing Signs of Resolving Itself?

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If you’ve suffered from a viral illness for the last week or two, you may be horrified to wake up to discover that you’ve developed Bell’s palsy—an inflammation of the nerves on one side of your face that can cause your eye and mouth to noticeably sag, at times even impeding your vision or speech. While most cases of Bell’s palsy resolve themselves in just a couple of weeks or a few months, in some cases this nerve damage may be permanent. Read More»

Can Braces Fix Your TMJ Problems?

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Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) is a very painful condition to live with, yet it is not always easy to fix. If you are tired of living with TMJ and want an effective way to treat and fix the problem, you might want to consider going to an orthodontist. Getting braces is one way to fix TMJ; although there are numerous other methods used for this. Here are several things you should know about TMJ, the available treatment options, and how braces can solve the problem. Read More»

2 Types of Eye Surgery to Help Repair & Restore Your Vision

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As you age, you may have to deal with eye diseases and problems that can cause vision loss. This is especially true if you have health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, sickle cell anemia, you are severely nearsighted, or have a family history of eye diseases. Here are two types of surgeries to help repair and treat glaucoma and eye floaters. Glaucoma Surgery In most situations, glaucoma occurs in your eye as pressure builds up inside the eye fluid until it damages your optic nerve. Read More»

6 Ailments You Never Knew A Chiropractor Could Treat

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When you think chiropractic care, you probably immediately think ‘back pain’. You might be surprised to learn that chiropractors treat more than just back pain. In fact, there is a wide variety of ailments that can be treated by a chiropractor. Here are some problems that a chiropractor, such as one at Hidden Valley Chiropractic, could assist in treating. Insomnia When your spine isn’t properly aligned, the pain and discomfort that you body feels can send mixed signals to the brain. Read More»