Archive | September, 2014

Parkinson’s Disease And Dental Health: Advice For Patients

29 Sep

Over a million people in the United States have Parkinson’s disease, and doctors diagnose 50,000-60,000 new cases every year. Parkinson’s is a degenerative neurological disorder that affects a variety of body movements, and sufferers experience a range of symptoms. People with Parkinson’s can face several problems when it comes to oral health, and it’s often […]

Supplementing PTSD Treatment With Massage

29 Sep

Nearly 7.7 million Americans suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, brought on by childhood trauma, abuse, violent crimes, military experiences and many other situations. If you have been diagnosed with PTSD, or think you might have it, you should consider alternative physical therapies to supplement medications and traditional psychotherapy. One potentially helpful therapy that has […]

Only You Can Prevent Tooth Loss (In Your Own Mouth, That Is!)

29 Sep

You might have memories of your grandparents or great-grandparents popping out their “false teeth” for fun when you were a child. While it might have seemed funny to you at the time, as an adult, the thought of losing your teeth is likely something that you can’t see the humor in. Since approximately 600 A.D., […]

Top 3 Vacation Destinations When You Suffer From Allergies

26 Sep

The last thing you want is to spend your next vacation locked in your hotel room with a box of tissues and the remote control. Fortunately, there are plenty of vacation destinations where low levels of allergens increase your chances of enjoying a sneeze-free experience. 1. Beaches It turns out that a breath of fresh […]

How To Prove That Your Are The Best Candidate For A CNC Machine Operating Job

24 Sep

Getting through school is only the first step to becoming a CNC machine operator. Interviewing for the internship (or vocational training depending on your location) is the next step. While you run across similar questions in any interview – How well do you work with others? If you don’t understand something, what do you do? […]

Why Is It Hard For You To Swallow Pill-Form Medication And What Can You Do About It?

24 Sep

Do you have trouble swallowing pill-form medication? Do you find yourself missing doses because you can’t seem to bring yourself to push that little hard lump down your chute? If so, you aren’t alone. In fact, 40% of Americans report having trouble swallowing pills, with 8% of these people skipping doses of their medication because […]

3 Things You Didn’t Know Could Prevent Heart Attacks

23 Sep

Heart disease is responsible for more deaths in the United States than any other disease. One in four people die of heart conditions. Being proactive about your health and well being can significantly reduce your chances of serious cardiology problems, and some of the things you can do might surprise you. Here are 3 things […]

3 Reasons Why Chemical Dependency Is A Problem For Healthcare Workers

22 Sep

For people outside the healthcare field, it can be surprising to read about drug abuse and addiction problems within the healthcare field. After all, between a medical education and experience treating patients, no one should have a better understanding of the dangers of drug abuse and the side effects of strong prescription drugs than a […]

Suffering Memory Loss? 4 Reasons It’s Probably Not Dementia

22 Sep

The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can be a scary time for anyone. For the 5 million people living with Alzheimer’s, one of the main signs that occurs is the onset of dementia. One of the main symptoms of dementia is memory loss, but if you’re experiencing this then the cause may not directly be from […]