Comprehensive Eye Exams Check For 4 Important Conditions And Diseases

Posted on: 17 July 2017

While eye exams are important for screening your vision and prescribing the appropriate glasses or contacts to help you see more clearly, these aren't the only reasons you should have them. Visiting the optometrist on a yearly basis is best, as the doctor will also check your eyes for signs of four common conditions and diseases. Catching these eye health issues early is the best way to enjoy a successful outcome after treatment. [Read More]

Your 6-Week Pregnancy Ultrasound: What To Expect

Posted on: 17 July 2017

Pregnancy is totally full of surprises and changes you weren't expecting. Your body behaves in ways you'd never have imagined, and people react to the news differently than you may have assumed. There's one thing that should not remain a mystery: what to expect at any of your doctors' appointments. Your 6-week ultrasound will be one of the first doctors' appointments you have as a pregnant woman. To ease your worries and make the experience a bit easier on you, here's a look at what to expect during this appointment. [Read More]

4 Tips for Your Best Exercise Injury Recovery

Posted on: 20 January 2017

Serious exercise injuries can stop your life in its tracks. Once your initial recovery is complete, you may ask yourself if you will ever be competitive again. In some cases, there is nothing you can do to have a full recovery, but in others, it really depends on your dedication and commitment to your continued physical therapy. Keep Moving Forward After Therapy  After your physical therapy is over, you may feel abandoned and lost as to what to do next. [Read More]

Considering Donating Eggs To Your Sibling? What Should You Consider?

Posted on: 9 January 2017

If you're a woman of childbearing age who has watched your sibling struggle with the pain of infertility, you may feel helpless and find yourself wondering whether there's any way you can assist -- from donating your own healthy eggs to serving as a surrogate. Fortunately, advances in medical and reproductive technology have provided more paths to conception than ever before, and you may finally be able to help your sibling by providing the ultimate gift: a healthy egg that's as close a genetic match as your sister is ever likely to find outside her own body. [Read More]