Hay Fever Got You Down? When To See An Allergist And What To Expect

Posted on: 1 May 2015

Receiving proper treatment plays a vital role in really kicking your allergy symptoms in the butt. If you have been a long time sufferer of allergies, at some point in time, you should decide enough is enough. If you haven't decided yet, it can be helpful to know when it is a good idea to see a specialist instead of your regular doctor. It can also be helpful to know what to expect when you do go to an allergist for the first time. [Read More]

5 Things That Can Lead To Hearing Loss

Posted on: 17 April 2015

The world would be a strange place if you could not listen to your favorite song or the sound of a child's laughter. Hearing is one of your most important senses and not something you should take for granted. If you do not take proper care of your hearing, you are more likely to lose it in the future. Here are five things that can lead to hearing loss.  Medication [Read More]

Addressing Pressing Concerns From Parents About Dysphagia And Its Role In Speech Development

Posted on: 3 April 2015

Anytime you have a child that is showing signs of a medical problem, it can be a trying situation. However, when you have a child that not only has a medical problem, but one that could affect his or her natural development, it can be even more trying. This is the case with pediatric dysphagia, which can increase the chance that your child has a difficult time with speech development.  [Read More]

4 Helpful Tips For Helping A Senior Recover From A Stroke

Posted on: 24 March 2015

A stroke occurs when blood flow to your brain stops and can lead to permanent disability if it is not treated right away. Although a stroke can happen at any age, it is more common in the elderly. According to the American Stroke Association, the risk of suffering a stroke doubles for each decade after age 55. If your elderly loved one recently suffered a stroke, you can help him get better. [Read More]