Three Lifestyle Changes That May Help Reduce Your Rosacea Symptoms

Posted on: 13 July 2015

If you suffer from rosacea, it's important to work with your dermatologist to find an oral or topical medication that helps keep your symptoms under control. Many patients find, however, that their rosacea cannot be eliminated with medication alone. They also have to make lifestyle changes to keep the swelling and redness at bay. The following are three lifestyle changes that may help reduce your rosacea symptoms. Change your alcohol consumption habits. [Read More]

Brain Imaging Techniques

Posted on: 17 June 2015

Brain or neuroimaging techniques have been an important breakthrough for medicine, biology and psychology. They allow the inner structures and in some cases even the activity and functions of the brain to be viewed in detail without the need for surgery. EEG EEG (Electroencephalogrophy) measures the activity of the brain. A number of electrodes placed around the head detect the electrical signals produced by the brain. EEG scans allow a doctor or researcher to identify the different states of consciousness a person may go through. [Read More]

Dealing With That Ringing In Your Ear

Posted on: 3 June 2015

If you're pestered by a ringing in your ears that won't go away, you may be dealing with a case of tinnitus. Many people experience a ringing in their ears after hearing a loud noise, but it normally goes away after a few minutes. For others, part of the inner ear structures may have become damaged by a loud noise or an illness, and the ringing persists. Here is what you need to know about tinnitus and how to deal with it. [Read More]

Memory And Thinking Games To Help Your Loved One With Alzheimer's

Posted on: 20 May 2015

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's, you know how mentally and emotionally draining it can be for them to suffer with memory loss. It's hard on you as a caregiver to watch them decline as well. Unfortunately, Alzheimer's is not curable, but you can manage the symptoms with the help of health care and medication. A great way to help your loved one stay mentally sharp and spend quality time with them is to focus on activities that strengthen their memory. [Read More]