Central Serous Retinopathy: Gaining A Better Understanding Of The Disease

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Central serous retinopathy–also known as central serous chorioretinopathy–is a condition that occurs when fluid builds up and accumulates under the retina. The leakage of choroidal fluid between the retina and the outer layer of the eyeball can lead to distorted central vision. Although the condition generally affects only one eye, it can occur in both eyes at the same time. Since your eye often looks normal, it's important to understand how to identify and manage the disease.
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Answering Common But Important Glaucoma Questions

Posted on: 27 October 2015

Problems with your sense of site can be particularly problematic because of your reliance on this invaluable sense. Sadly, there are many issues that your eyes may encounter over the course of your life. For example, glaucoma is a relatively common condition that many patients will have to battle at some point during their lives. If you are suspecting that you may be developing this condition, it is important for you to know the answers to these two questions.
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Getting Rid Of The Pain And Numbness In Your Hands And Wrists

Posted on: 13 October 2015

It starts as a mild pain in your wrists as you work but quickly develops into numbness and tingling in your hand. Eventually, you find it difficult to grasp anything and hold onto it. These are the signs of carpal tunnel syndrome and, if not addressed, can leave you without the use of your hands. Here is what is happening to your wrists and hands and the help available to you.
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How To Create A Medical Care Binder For An Aging Parent

Posted on: 28 September 2015

A medical binder is one of the single most important tools you can have when it comes to managing an aging parent's healthcare. While it's useful if your parent is still independent, it is indispensable if they have a home caregiver that is helping them manage their health. The purpose of the binder is to keep all of their health records in a single place. It is then taken to each medical appointment and available for every visiting healthcare worker.
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