Senior citizens often require special care that they may not be able to handle themselves, such as administering first aid or medication or help with getting around the home or running errands. If you have a loved one who is in need of in-home care, it may seem overwhelming at times. In order to ensure they have the best care and are safe, follow these tips to make sure they can live safely and happily at home. [Read More]
What To Expect When You Recover From A Root Canal
If you have an abscessed tooth, your dentist may recommend a root canal to clean out the infection. In these cases, a root canal is often the only alternative to pulling a bad tooth. Since you want to save your natural teeth for as long as you can, it's usually best to undergo the root canal procedure. Although root canals have a reputation for being painful to endure, the dentist completely numbs the area first, so they really aren't any more painful than any other dental treatment. [Read More]
So You Have A Cardiac Arrhythmia: What Now?
When you go to the doctor for your regular checkup, and they listen to your chest, the last thing you expect is for them to inform you that they found any sort of abnormality. However, sometimes this is exactly what happens. So, you are referred to a cardiologist for further examination and tests, and you find out you have a cardiac arrhythmia. Now, cardiac arrhythmia sounds scary, but it is really just an irregular or abnormal heartbeat. [Read More]
How To Prevent & Get Rid Of Smelly Feet
Most people accept the way nature works, but body odors are usually annoying even if there is a scientific cause. The following guide will help you prevent the smelly feet phenomenon and also deal with it if you need to. Prevent Foul Foot Odors The first thing you should know about preventing odors is what causes it. Your podiatrist, like those at Family Foot Center Podiatry Group Inc, might have told you that odors are usually caused by bacteria. [Read More]