New Treatments for Cardiovascular Disease: What You Should Know

While many people in the United States are keenly aware of the risks of diseases such as cancer, most do not known that cardiovascular disease (or heart disease) is the number one killer of both men and women in this country. As such, heart doctors and medical researchers alike are constantly working to find better ways to treat and prevent heart disease and cardiac-related deaths to reduce those numbers and help those at risk to stay healthy and alive for longer. Read More 

How To Breastfeed Your Newborn

If you are about to give birth, and you have decided you would like to give breastfeeding a try, you are about to embark on a wonderful bonding experience with your new baby. Breastfeeding is extremely beneficial nutritionally and it also can give you an emotional attachment to your newborn. Here are some tips you can use to get started with the breastfeeding experience. After Delivery It is important to try to breastfeed your newborn within a few hours of your delivery, if possible. Read More 

Hearing Aid Troubleshooting Tips

Hearing aids may be small in size, but they have the amazing capability to enhance sounds for anyone who is suffering from hearing loss. Most people who wear hearing aids depend on them on a daily basis, so if it is not working properly there can be major problems. But before you decide to take your hearing aid in to be repaired, there are several troubleshooting measures you can take. If you think that your hearing aid is not working as well as it should, try the following: Read More 

How To Choose The Right Therapist

Taking the leap into getting therapy can be difficult. It is hard to admit you need therapy, and even more difficult to commit to finding a person who can help you.  You may feel embarrassed or too proud to admit that you need help.  The truth is, people seek help for a number of reasons.  It is likely that some of your closest friends or colleagues see a therapist.  Your mental health is a personal thing and there should not be a stigma attached to employing a professional to help you work through your problems. Read More 

Caring For An Elderly Family Member? Be Watchful For Chronic Pain.

Aches and pains are something that a lot of people associated with aging, but it doesn't have to be that way. If you're the caregiver of an elder who is suffering from pain related to arthritis, circulation problems, diabetes, or another condition, it's important to be proactive about pain management. Why Pain Control Is Important Pain is the body's way to signal that something is wrong, but sometimes people who are older will dismiss their own pain and suffer in silence, rather than see a doctor. Read More