Palliative Care Available From Home Health Providers

Although you can receive palliative care at an outpatient clinic or long-term care facility, you also can get palliative care at home. Palliative care focuses on relieving your symptoms and improving your quality of life at the same time that you are receiving medical treatment. Knowing how it works can help you and your family decide whether palliative care at home is the right choice for you. Benefits of Palliative Care Read More 

Summer’s Here: 3 Steps To Protect Your Skin While You’re Driving

Summer is here. It's time to head outside and enjoy some fun in the sun. If you're going to be driving, you should know that the car doesn't protect you from the damaging effects of the sun. In fact, statistics show that 53% of all skin cancer cases occur on the left side of the body, which is the side of the body that's exposed to the sun while you're driving a car. Read More 

Moving Your Loved One Across Country: What You Need To Know About Medical Flights

When a loved one on the other side of the country needs your care, arranging the move can be tricky. This is especially true when he or she has health problems. If you are going to be the primary caregiver for a loved one moving from another state to yours, a medical flight may be the solution to your problem. Here are a few things you should know about medical flights and how they can help your family. Read More 

Signs That Your Toddler May Be Dealing With Hearing Loss

If your toddler is dealing with hearing loss, you may be completely unaware of it.  They could appear to have perfectly fine hearing, since they may not have the ability to convey to you that they are having difficulty hearing the sounds going on around them.  That's why it's important for you to be on the lookout for the signs of hearing loss in your child.  Use this information to learn more about how to determine if your toddler could be dealing with hearing loss. Read More 

Summertime Tips For Good Chiropractic Health

The summer season brings all kinds of new adventures, from trips to the beach and vacations to outdoor barbecues. Increased activity during the summer months can also mean more potential for injuries and even possible back pain or problems. Here are a few helpful tips to help you get the most out of your summer while keeping your body and your back healthy. Sun Is Good - In Moderation It's almost a given that you can expect to get more sunshine during the summer. Read More