Self-Diagnosed IBS? 2 Reasons It Is Important To Get An Official Diagnosis

Posted on: 10 May 2016

With the large amount of information available today on the internet, it is natural to perform an internet search to see what illness your physical symptoms may stem from. However, if you self-diagnosed yourself with IBS, realize that it is important to obtain an official diagnosis from your doctor. It can be all-too-easy to link your symptoms to a disorder that is so common today, but here are two reasons you may be harming your health by self-diagnosing. [Read More]

Treatments For Pelvic Prolapse

Posted on: 26 April 2016

Pelvic prolapse usually occurs due to the trauma of childbirth. The prolapse occurs when an organ inside the pelvis, such as the uterus or bladder, drops from its normal position. If you are experiencing a pulling feeling in your lower abdomen, heaviness in your pelvis, or problems urinating or defecating, you may be suffering from pelvic prolapse. There are multiple procedures that can be used to correct the condition. Here are a few of them: [Read More]

Maintaining Healthy Bones Well Into Your Senior Years

Posted on: 8 April 2016

You look forward to being active in your retirement. But as you age, your bones begin to wear down faster than your body can produce new bone material. Diseases, such as osteoporosis, accelerate bone absorption, resulting in bones that are brittle and spongy. You will be at a higher risk of injury, which will keep you from being as active as you'd like. One way to maintain your bone health is to pay attention to your diet. [Read More]

Becoming A Hearing Aid Specialist: Get The Facts

Posted on: 29 March 2016

If you enjoy helping others and would like to work in the healthcare field, you have a wide range of options. One intriguing choice is to become a hearing aid specialist. The following article examines some of the key aspects of this rewarding profession.   Duties   Your primary duties will involve testing patients for hearing loss and fitting them for a hearing aid, if any aid is needed. You will use a variety of tests, which may involve computer software and specialized instruments such as an otoscope, to determine the amount of hearing loss. [Read More]