3 Things That Can Help You Care For Your Elderly Parent
26 January 2015
Caring for an elderly parent can be very rewarding, but it can also be very challenging and time consuming. If you are working, busy with your children, or simply have a full schedule, there are certain things that you can do to make caring for your elderly parent just a bit easier and more manageable. This article will discuss 3 different things that can help you get the help you need to care for your parent, while still allowing them to live with you.
4 Ways To Screw Up Your Plastic Surgery Results And Recovery
21 January 2015
When you decide that you are going to go under the knife, you want to do everything that you can to make sure that the surgery and recovery goes as smoothly as possible. Here are four things that you should not do – unless you're just asking for surgery complications and a prolonged recovery:
1. Keep Smoking That Pack a Day
Smoking is bad all on its own. However, when you combine it with surgery, it becomes significantly worse.
3 Benefits Provided By An Apothecary
20 January 2015
In an age where people have come to expect instant results, prefabricated medications are all the rage. While medicine that is manufactured in mass might have its benefits, there is something to be said for having medications compounded on site by an apothecary.
Here are 3 benefits that an apothecary can provide when it comes to the medications you take on a daily basis.
Many patients find it difficult to discover the exact combination of medication that works best with their body chemistry to deliver results.
Prematurely Aging Placenta? What Should You Do?
16 January 2015
Finding out that you are pregnant can be one of the most exciting times of your life -- as well as one of the most stressful. Finding out that your placenta is aging more rapidly than normally can only add to this stress. Should you be concerned about your baby's health? What should you do? Fortunately, there are a number of measures to help ensure the continuing health of both you and your child.