3 Lesser-Known Treatments For Prostate Cancer

If you've been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you may assume that chemotherapy or radiation therapy are in your future, but surprisingly, many other treatments are available. Here are three lesser-known treatments that your doctor may recommend. Monitoring Unlike many other types of cancers, prostrate cancer grows quite slowly, so it may never lead to any health problems. This means that you may not need any other treatment other than careful monitoring by your doctor. Read More 

Choosing A Regular Family Physician

Choosing your first family physician can be a challenge for anyone, especially if you're new to a city and aren't familiar with the area. Knowing what to look for from a practice will help you filter your options and settle on the one that suits your needs and the needs of your family. It's not enough anymore that physicians simply see patients on a regular schedule, many working families need more. Read More 

Why Is The Top Of Your Foot Always Sore?

Do you have ongoing soreness on the top of your foot but can't figure out why? Sometimes, this soreness is at its worst in the morning when you get out of bed, or maybe it seems to appear after you've walked around a little. It's important to figure out what is causing this soreness so you can treat it properly. Here's a look at three common causes of pain in the top of the foot and what to do about them. Read More 

Will I Lose My Job Because Of Rehab?

It's been reported that 10 to 25 percent of the American population is sometimes under the influence of drugs or alcohol while at work. The stresses of your job may have led you to engage in substance abuse. Now, you are concerned about whether your addition will cause you to lose your job. Fortunately, you can save your job and most likely your life thanks to employment laws. Your Job Will Be Protected Read More 

Baby’s First Vaccinations: Tips On How To Prepare Yourself

While vaccinating your children is both a smart choice and an expected course of action, it isn't always easy. You know that your precious infant is going to be subject to confusion, pain, and possibly swelling and a fever. As a parent, you never want to do that to your children. But while it may seem impossible to prep your 3-month old, you can prep yourself. Below are a few tips to get emotionally and physically prepared for your baby's first vaccinations. Read More