how helpful health care clinics can be

  • What To Do If You Think You May Have A Heart Condition

    31 December 2018

    Heart concerns can be frightening. When you feel something unusual going on with your heart, you might immediately think of heart attacks and fatalities. However, the most important thing you should do is stay calm. Here are four things you should do if you suspect that you have heart problems. 1. Go to the emergency room. If you think you're having a heart attack, you should immediately call 911. According to the American Heart Association, difficulty breathing, pain or numbness in your left arm or shoulder, and chest pain are all symptoms of a heart attack.

  • Suffering From Chronic Bladder Infections? What You Can Do

    27 September 2018

    Most women at some point in their life will experience a bladder infection, also commonly referred to as a urinary tract infection or UTI. However, for many of those women, they will have an occasional bladder infection (or just one) but will not suffer from chronic issues. Then, there are those unlucky few that have chronic or recurrent bladder infections. These are the women that seem to recover from one infection just to have another pop up within a month or two.

  • How Pediatricians Can Keep Your Child Safe From Anemia

    19 July 2018

    A sick child is one of the toughest things for a parent to handle. Even worse, a serious and persistent problem, such as anemia, can be very problematic for many to manage. As a result, it is necessary to talk to your child's pediatrician or one from Advocare Haddon Pediatric Group at Haddon Heights about this problem if you notice that they are suffering from known symptoms. Young Children Are Often Prone to Anemia

  • Proper Preparation is Essential for a Vascular Ultrasound

    29 July 2017

    The ultrasound test shows the blood flow in vessels, which includes the arteries and veins. This test is essential for identifying various diseases so that they can be treated early. The great thing about an ultrasound test is that it is non-invasive; there is no use of dyes, anesthesia, or needles. One example is the duplex scanning, which uses a combination of ultrasound and doppler. The sound waves reflect off of blood cells, providing the technician with an image of your blood.

  • Tips For Avoiding Bunions

    3 February 2017

    Bunions are extremely painful and can be embarrassing for you. They make walking in high heels difficult and might limit your other activities. As a result, you will want to be sure that you take precautions to avoid developing bunions. Here are some tips for doing so. 1. Look for the Right Shoes The first step that you will need to take in order to prevent bunions, especially if you are a runner, is to look for the right shoe.

  • Why You Should Consider a Structured Rehabilitation Program After Open Heart Surgery

    9 January 2017

    Open heart surgery only takes a few hours, but recovery from your surgery can take a lot longer. If you want to ensure your recovery goes smoothly, you may want to consider a rehabilitation program. Here's a look at some of the benefits: 1. Guidance on Exercises After you have open heart surgery, your doctor may recommend that you take it easy for a few weeks. Depending on your current level of activity, you may no longer be able to go to aerobics classes, ride your bicycle, or jog.

  • 5 Ways To Prevent Kidney Stones

    12 October 2016

    Kidney stones are quite common among adults and rarely result in serious complications. However, passing these stones can be extremely painful. That is why it is best to avoid them in the first place. If you make some simple changes to your lifestyle, you can reduce your risk of getting these stones. Here are five effective ways to prevent kidney stones: Cut Down on Sodium Eating too many salty foods will not just make you bloated, but it can also increase your risk of kidney stones.

  • 3 Stylish Ways To Cover Your Head After Chemo Hair Loss

    12 August 2016

    For many women, losing your hair during chemotherapy adds insult to injury. After feeling like you've lost everything, your hair goes with it. It can add to depression from the diagnoses and make you feel isolated. Losing your hair doesn't have to mean losing your looks. If you're trying to find ways to feel beautiful after hair loss from chemo, here are some stylish ideas for covering your head and restoring your confidence.

  • 3 Considerations For Your DOT Physical

    16 February 2016

    If you drive trucks or other commercial vehicles for a living and want to be sure that you are able to remain properly licensed and certified, you will need to stay on top of your health. This will give you the chance to protect yourself any time that you drive and you are also legally required to receive a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical on a periodic basis. To learn some tips that will help you pass this physical with flying colors, read on and follow these guidelines.

  • 5 Surprising and Serious Signs Of Cervical Cancer

    11 August 2015

    Regular visits to your primary care physician are important for your overall health and wellness. However, visiting specialists for testing is also necessary for early diagnosis and treatment of more serious conditions. Considering an estimated 12,900 cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in 2015 alone, understanding the signs and symptoms of this disease is imperative. Unfortunately, you may not be familiar with all the early signs of cervical cancer. While bleeding between menstrual cycles and abnormal pap smear results are common early signs of this disease, you should also be aware of the following surprising signs and symptoms.