If you find yourself in severe and chronic pain due to a terminal illness, chemotherapy or surgery then your doctor may suggest that you get infusion therapy. Infusion therapy will allow you to get pain medication directly into your blood stream so that you can prevent pain or stop it as soon as it starts. Infusion therapy has traditionally only been available in hospitals or nursing homes. However, it is now being provided at home by home infusion therapy services. [Read More]
Obtain All The Nutrients And Benefits From The Placenta Powerhouse....Without Actually Eating One!
Though it may be unappetizing to some parents, eating the placenta, or afterbirth, is becoming the biggest natural, all-purpose health and beauty trend since the great pomegranate craze. Formally known as placentophagia, the practice is widespread in the animal kingdom; in fact, humans are one of the few mammals who turn up their noses at fresh afterbirth. However, as science continues to reveal the placenta's nutritional jackpot, many people are reconsidering their aversion to placentophagia--and exploring alternative ways to obtain the organ's benefits without actually eating the same one attached to their own newborn baby. [Read More]
Understanding Alzheimer's: How To Help Your Loved One
When your close family member is diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, you may find yourself overwhelmed with stress and grief. After all, Alzheimer's is a serious disease that affects many people around the world, and is still very much a mystery to doctors and researchers alike. Once you better understand what is happening, you can better help your loved one through the challenges they are now facing. So, learn the key facts about Alzheimer's and get started assisting your family member right away. [Read More]
Oh My Tooth! What To Do In A Dental Emergency
If you received a blow to the mouth that knocked out, broke, or cracked a tooth, or forced it out of its normal position and/or caused gum damage, this is a dental emergency. You should see your dentist right away to save your tooth. FIRST AID You should call your dentist to arrange an emergency visit, because he or she can accurately assess the damage and begin treatment right away to save the tooth. [Read More]