how helpful health care clinics can be

  • Diagnosed With Lupus? What You Should Know

    16 December 2020

    When you have been suffering with a variety of health symptoms for a while, it can be a relief to finally get a diagnosis from a medical professional. However, if you have been diagnosed with lupus, you may find yourself confused and unsure of what is going on. Most people know very little about lupus, an autoimmune disease that affects many people worldwide. Get to know some of the facts about lupus and its treatment.

  • Electrical Shock: Signs You Need Electrical Injury Care

    29 September 2020

    Unfortunately, the number of electrocution cases in the US is high: there are around 30,000 shock cases or more in the US every year, resulting in burns and other injuries. A thousand deaths are reported yearly due to high voltage electrical shocks or lightning issues. An electrical shock from a low-voltage source may not immediately require emergency care, but you should still seek electrical shock care if there are serious symptoms following the injury.

  • Talk To Your Partner About Eating Disorder Treatment: Make Your Voice Heard

    10 June 2020

    An eating disorder is a medical condition that affects millions of people, but yet, it is a condition that often seems to escape attention. This condition is sometimes ignored because people do not see it, but often, it is because people do not want to address it.  In fact, it is often a challenge to bring up the idea of treatment to a spouse or partner. However, your ability to make your voice heard is very important to the wellbeing of the one you love.

  • 4 FAQs About Hemorrhoids

    7 February 2020

    There are some medical conditions that are a little embarrassing to discuss with your doctor. Hemorrhoids are one such condition. If you have hemorrhoids, you know that they are very uncomfortable. What you might not know is that talking to your doctor about hemorrhoids is a good first step to get rid of them. One of the best things you can do before talking to your doctor is to learn more about hemorrhoids.

  • Four Benefits of Hiring a Private Ambulance Service

    25 November 2019

    In the United States, ambulance services are run by both private and public entities. Public ambulances are typically funded by taxpayers in their respective states, even if the taxpayer never uses their services, and also by fees charged to users who avail of the ambulance services. Privately funded ambulance companies, on the other hand, make up about18% of the ambulance services available in the United States. They're solely funded through user fees.

  • Freeze The Aging Process With A Cryo Facial

    16 July 2019

    If you're always on the lookout for the next best beauty treatment, then it may be time to consider cryo facial therapy. This relatively new type of facial treatment offers a number of benefits that make it a very attractive option for locking in your natural beauty and freezing out the aging process. If you haven't heard of cryo facials, or if you are simply wondering what they are about, then this article will provide you with some basic details so that you can decide for yourself if this beauty treatment is right for you.

  • 3 Procedures To Help With Chronic Pain

    8 March 2019

    Pain medication can be an invaluable resource to manage ongoing pain, but it is important to explore other options to alleviate chronic pain. Fortunately, there are several procedures that may be helpful, especially for musculoskeletal or nerve pain. Radiofrequency Ablation Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is used to selectively destroy the nerve ending that may be responsible for all or most of your pain. This procedure is helpful for pain caused by degeneration of the spine, which might cause low back or neck pain that radiates to the extremities.

  • 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