End of Life Pain Management is Often Necessary As a physician with Hosparus Health, I frequently address the misconception that choosing comfort will shorten life expectancy. In reality, many patients live the same amount of time — or even longer — when they are not … [Read more...] about Your Loved One Shouldn’t Be Miserable
Dreading the fall weather because of allergies? You can make some changes to your diet now to make a change in your allergy response. Myron Hardesty, the owner of Weeds of Eden, 7505 New LaGrange Road, is a clinical herbalist and physician’s assistant who is a proponent for … [Read more...] about Start Eating Different to Change Fall Allergy Reaction
You can turn swimming into something that is recreational and soothing to your body. “Aqua Therapy in heated pools, like the ones at Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center or Baptist Milestone Wellness Center, are exceptionally great ways to alleviate arthritis pain and help with … [Read more...] about Swim the Pain Away at One of These Three Places
Are your nails discolored, thick, and ragged? You may be dealing with nail fungus. Fungal infections of the nail are caused when bacteria are introduced to the nail bed. Bacteria live everywhere, including in your shoes, making it easy for your nail bed to be … [Read more...] about Are Your Feet Embarrassing?
Especially for Cataract, Foot, Joints and Oral Surgery We all know we should follow our doctor’s orders when preparing for and recovering from any kind of surgery, but that is often easier said than done. If we heal quickly, we may push our bodies too fast, too soon. If we … [Read more...] about The Dos and Don’ts of Recovery