Sudden Blindness: Its Causes And Its Need For Emergency Treatments

Posted on: 22 August 2016

It is a terrifying thing to have sight one day and be completely blind the next. In fact, there are situations where this can occur almost instantly, and with little warning. Eye doctors can see almost immediately what the cause is, but you will want to get to an emergency room right away if you have any hope of treating your sudden blindness. Here are some causes, and how your eye doctor may treat them, if they are treatable. [Read More]

Four Things To Know About Post-Accident Whiplash Injuries

Posted on: 12 August 2016

The physical impact suffered during a car accident can affect many parts of your body. One of the most common problems people encounter after an accident is whiplash. If you've been in an accident, you need to understand some basic fundamentals of whiplash. Understanding whiplash can help ensure that you get treatment when you need it. You can suffer a whiplash injury even in minimal-speed accidents. You don't have to be going more than a couple of miles per hour for an impact to directly affect your body. [Read More]

Depression & Your Aging Loved One: How Home Health Care Can Help

Posted on: 5 August 2016

While there are a number of physical and mental side effects associated with aging, depression is an emotional disorder which can lead to a poorer quality of life for your aging loved one. If you're caring for an aging friend or family member who you believe is suffering from depression, consider the information offered below. How Can You Tell If Your Loved One is Suffering? If your loved one is suffering from depression, there will likely be a number of visible symptoms. [Read More]

Questions About Dental Implants

Posted on: 25 July 2016

A dental implant is a popular method of replacing a tooth. Here is some information about implants to make them easier to understand: What material is used to make a dental implant? Since a dental implant will rest in the jawbone, it is important for it to be accepted by the body. A delay in wound healing caused by the body's rejection of the implant could result in implant failure, so only a biocompatible material can be used to construct an implant rod or screw. [Read More]