Technology Options For Your Hearing Aid

If you are someone who is experiencing a hearing problem, then it may be time to start looking at your hearing aid options. If you also are interested in technology, then there are a few different options you should be looking at when it comes to the aids. Bluetooth Connectivity If you have a smartphone, then you have Bluetooth capabilities that allow you to connect to your indoor stereo system as well as your vehicle audio controls. Read More 

Teenager Becoming Sexually Active? Why They Need Birth Control

Watching your child grow up and blossom through the various stages of life can be a beautiful thing. You fondly remember when they were born, their first steps, sending them to school, observing the transformation into a pre-teen, and now you can see them slowly becoming an adult. Developing relationships is a normal part of the process, and if your older teenager has become sexually active, there are some important steps you need to take. Read More 

Why You Need To Visit A Women’s Health Specialist For Your Menstrual Concerns

The female reproductive system is complex and no two women have the same reproductive health issues. When you are still at an age where you menstruate, or release an egg every month during ovulation, you may run into some health concerns that give you pause. You see a gynecologist for your regular breast examinations and pap smears, but you should see a specific women's health specialist at your doctor's office or clinic if you have other concerns about your female health. Read More 

Learn About CBD Oil

If you have been hearing more and more about how CBD oil can help with some of your ailments, then you probably have a lot of questions about it. One of the most common questions people have is if CBD oil gets them high. Another question people ask is if it would cause them to fail a drug test should their employer give them a random test. The information below will answer these questions by explaining exactly what CBD oil is. Read More 

Understanding the Nursing Complaint Review Process

Every licensed nurse is overseen by the Board of Nursing in his or her state. That board regulates the licenses, continuing education, and any complaints filed against the nurses in the state. If someone files a complaint against you with the nursing board, an investigation process will begin. Here's what you need to know about that process. Will You Be Notified? In most cases, when a complaint is filed against you, the nursing board will notify you before they launch their investigation. Read More