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Does Your Child Have Asthma? How To Remove Triggers From Your Home

If your child has asthma, you need to do everything you can to prevent attacks. Unfortunately, some asthma triggers are residing right in your home. One of the best ways to prevent asthma attacks is to take a proactive approach to treatment and prevention. Luckily, there are quite a few steps you can take to reduce the amount of asthma triggers that are commonly found in the house. Here are four methods you can employ to reduce the occurrence of asthma attacks for your child. Read More 

The Importance Of Having A 24-Hour Case Manager For Home Health

Whether in a hospital, at a nursing home, in assisted living situations, or at home, health care professionals work in shifts. You are not going to have the same person there all the time. In addition, there is often more than one type of professional involved. You may have a nurse, doctor, aide, and/or some type of therapist. In many of the above situations, the professionals will meet, or have a few minutes between shifts to inform each other of what is going on. Read More 

Will Epilepsy Impact Your Pregnancy?

During pregnancy, women who have epilepsy are at risk of experiencing complications. To avoid this, it is important to manage the condition and be monitored by your doctor. If you are pregnant and have epilepsy, here is what you need to know. How Does Epilepsy Impact Pregnancy? Throughout your pregnancy, your body go through several hormonal changes. The changes will not only cause weight gain and nausea, but they can have an impact on how your epilepsy responds to treatment. Read More 

4 Tips for Getting a Pap Smear

If you're a female, you will want to take the time to get an annual exam. This will allow you to work towards having the health you want over time. It's ideal to get a pap smear to enable you to find any minor issues before these become larger ones. This is a cancer screening that is typically done once a year. Many women deal with some anxiety before getting this one and being aware of some tips to assist you before your next exam can be helpful. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release

Most people use their hands to complete a variety of tasks throughout the day. Even the most mundane task can become excruciating when you are plagued by carpal tunnel syndrome. Working with a hand specialist to undergo carpal tunnel surgery can be a simple and effective way to find relief from your symptoms. Thanks to advancements in modern medical technology, you have the option of selecting endoscopic carpal tunnel release. Here are three reasons why you should choose endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery rather than traditional carpal tunnel release in the future. Read More 

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