• Don't Let Chlamydia Myths Put You At A Greater Risk

    An integral part of being sexually active is being sexually smart. This doesn't just include practicing safe sex techniques, but this also includes being educated on the different threats sexually transmitted infections pose. A lack of information or misinformation can lead to an increased risk of contracting an infection or getting the incorrect form of treatment, particularly when it comes to chlamydia. Symptoms Are Overt Many people think sexually transmitted infections come with overt symptoms like discharge or painful urination.

  • How Should You Treat Minor Back Pain Before it Becomes A Major Problem?

    If you're like many Americans, the aging process has caused you to occasionally notice some twinges and aches in your back, particularly following a long drive or a hard day of work. However, if you find yourself experiencing these aches and pains more often than not, you may need to take action quickly to prevent your occasional or mild back pain from escalating into a more serious (and harder to treat) issue.

  • Military Hearing Loss? An Audiologist Can Help

    It can be hard to gauge your hearing loss after the military. If you've worked in an area with regular hearing loss threats, you and your fellow service-members are likely to have the same level of hearing loss, and it's hard to tell if differences in hearing are temporary. Don't leave the issue to chance; take the time to work with an audiologist and Veterans Affairs officials to figure out if you have hearing issues, how to get compensation and how to make the problem less severe.

  • FAQs About Physical Rehabilitation For Parkinson's Disease

    Parkinson's disease can have differing affects on people. Regardless of how far the disease has progressed, it is important that you seek physical rehabilitation. If you are unsure of whether or not going to rehabilitation would be beneficial to you, here is what you need to know.    How Can Rehabilitation Help? Parkinson's disease can cause a wide range of symptoms, including tremors and decreased flexibility. As a result, performing daily activities can become a frustrating experience for you.

  • What Should You Do After A Relative Has Declined Treatment For A Terminal Illness?

    If a parent or other loved one has declined treatment for a terminal illness, you may be wondering about the next steps in this process. When should you seek hospice care for your relative? What will this care involve, and how will your relative pay for hospice or other palliative care? Read on to learn more about what hospice workers can do to help keep your relative comfortable in his or her last days.