Improving Your Health
If a friend or relative’s recent death has you contemplating your own final wishes, you may be wondering whether you’ll be able to afford space in your local cemetery when the time comes. With many urban areas in the U.S. far outpacing the rest of the country when it comes to population growth, cemeteries in these locations are becoming more and more crowded – and when space is at a premium, prices can rise. Read More»
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tests are standard procedures used to examine internal organs and tissues. The MRI provides medical professionals with the ability to detect problems that may not be noticed by x-rays, CT scans or other means. If you are scheduled to undergo an MRI, there are few essential things you should know about preparing for your appointment.
Gather Information on Previous Medical Issues
Spend some time before your MRI making a detailed list of any previous medical issues. Read More»
There are various causes of hearing loss in one ear, including viral infections and blunt head trauma. In cases of sudden idiopathic hearing loss, the cause may never be determined. Once an audiologist has performed a complete audiometry test to determine the extent of your diminished hearing capabilities, diagnostic imaging tests may be recommended to detect the presence of an acoustic neuroma, one of the rare causes of unilateral hearing loss. Read More»
Whether you feel that your family is complete or you would like to put off starting a family for the time being, finding the ideal birth control method can be challenging. There are many options out there, and some work better than others and every woman’s body reacts differently. If you’re seeking long term birth control that you don’t have to think about or remember to take, a copper intrauterine device (IUD) may be perfect for you. Read More»
From genetics and diet to age and your overall type of skin, there are many causes of acne. These raised imperfections on the skin are not only unattractive, but can also leave permanent scars. Unfortunately, acne scars can become part of your adult life. These scars range in severity, of course. In most cases, discoloration of the skin occurs. In addition, acne can cause loss of tissue on the skin’s surface or create prominent raised growths. Read More»