4 Common Diseases That May Trigger Hearing Loss

Posted on: 12 January 2018

Being exposed to loud and constant noise is a well-known case of hearing impairment, but it is not the only one. For example, there are some common diseases that do not affect the ear directly, but they can end up impairing your hearing. Here are some of those diseases: STIs There are sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that have been linked to hearing loss. A good example is untreated syphilis, both congenital and acquired.
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Why Should You Choose A Family Doctor?

Posted on: 29 November 2017

You have a podiatrist for your feet, a dermatologist for your skin and a few other "ologists" for various parts of your body. But what about a family doctor? While seeing specialists is absolutely important if you have, or suspect that you have, medical conditions that require an expert in the area, a family physician is a doctor who you shouldn't skip. What are the benefits of having, and visiting, a family medical provider?
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4 Tips To Help Deal With Depression

Posted on: 9 November 2017

Depression is something that affects many people of all ages. It can be difficult to work through depression, especially if it's something that is quite new to you. It's important that you take care and treat yourself well. There are many resources and options out there to help you cope with depression so that you can live your life. Keep reading to learn some helpful tips to help you deal with depression and get the help that you need.
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Two Conditions You Didn't Know You Could Treat Using Botox

Posted on: 23 October 2017

Botox is a well-known beauty treatment generally used to help smooth out lines and wrinkles. But did you know this medication can be used to treat several serious diseases? If you suffer from one or both of the following conditions, consider asking your doctor about using Botox to treat it. Migraines Migraines are more than simple headaches. This condition is characterized by severe head pain and may be accompanied by auditory and visual hallucinations and disturbances.
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