Why You Should Give Up The Excuses And Get A Colonoscopy Already
12 January 2015
When it comes to taking care of your health as you age, the process is not always particularly pleasant. For women, you add the annual mammogram to your roster of routine examinations every year. For men, it's the annual prostate exam. And for both men and women, doctors recommend you get a regular colonoscopy starting at around age 50. Depending on your risk factors, they will recommend colonoscopy exams every five or ten years.
How To Prevent Tooth Decay While Bottle Feeding
6 January 2015
Tooth decay in children usually happens with those that drink from bottles. It happens when a sugary drink stays inside the mouth of a child for an extended period of time without cleaning their teeth or gums. If this happens often enough, the sugars can slowly cause your child's teeth to decay. In order to prevent tooth decay from happening, be sure to follow these tips.
Breast Feed Your Child
5 Tips To Help Your Vision
5 January 2015
Being able to see well as possible is critical to your quality of life. You use your vision day in and day out and working to protect it is important. There is a variety of things you can regularly do that can decrease the deterioration of your eyesight. Knowing specific tips that will allow your vision to improve can help with the overall quality of your life.
Tip #1: Eat better
Understanding End-Stage Renal Failure And How Medicare Helps Patients Afford Short-Term Rehabilitative Services
30 December 2014
End-Stage Renal Failure is no longer the death sentence that it once was. Management regimens for people with this disease can be costly, but thankfully, Medicare covers many of the expenses associated not just with the treatments, but the short-term rehabilitative services as well.
What is End-Stage Renal Failure?
When a person's kidneys fail, that person is said to suffer from "End-Stage Renal Failure." The disease is "acute," meaning that it happens suddenly.