Protect Your Health

Protect Your Health

  • 7 Ways To Deal With Hypertension

    If you were recently diagnosed with hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, you are not alone. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70 million U.S. adults suffer from this disease. However, you do not have to rely entirely on medication to control your high blood pressure. If you make some simple lifestyle changes, you can live a healthier life. Here are seven effective ways to deal with hypertension:

  • Injuries On The Court: Common College Basketball Injuries And Treatments

    Considering college basketball season is quickly approaching, you may be getting ready to watch your favorite players trample the court. College basketball is an exciting sport, but it can become a dangerous one for many players. While surprising to hear, an estimated 12,500 injuries occurred each year in college athletics between 1998 and 2004 alone. These injuries range in severity from sprains to concussions, but they all require professional treatment and breaks from playing.

  • High Risk Pregnancy: How Can A Stair Chair Lift Protect You And Your Baby's Health?

    If the stairs in your multiple story home are too difficult to climb during your high risk pregnancy, protect your health with a stair chair lift system. A stair chair lift is an effective way to ascend curved, sloped and straight staircases of all heights and widths. A chair lift reduces stress on your hips, legs, feet, and back because it has special features and accessories that improve your comfort and safety.

  • 5 Reasons To Consider A Walk-In Tub While Pregnant

    If you are pregnant, you may quickly realize how relaxing a bath can be at the end of the day. However, as your pregnancy progresses you may find it difficult to enter and exit the bathtub on your own. You may wonder if a walk-in tub is worth the cost since you will only be pregnant for nine months. Below you will find five ways a walk-in tub can make your pregnancy a better experience.

  • Obesity And Osteoarthritis For Women Over 25: How Do They Affect Your Bones And Joints?

    If you're 25 years of age or older and experience severe pain in your hips, legs and ankles from being overweight, see an orthopedic surgeon right away. The pain you feel can be a symptom of a degenerative joint disease, such as osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis (OA) typically develops in women who are over age 55 but can also affect young adults in their 20s. Here's how obesity affects osteoarthritis and what an orthopedic surgeon can do to repair the damage to your joints and the bones connected to them.

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Protect Your Health

A few years ago, my father visited a dermatologist for the first time in his life. During this visit, he was diagnosed with several skin cancers. Thankfully, my dad’s dermatologist expertly removed these cancerous spots. If you’ve haven’t visited a dermatologist before, consider doing so sooner rather than later. Many forms of skin cancer are completely treatable if they’re detected early. Besides seeing a dermatologist, you should inspect your skin for any changes regularly. This is especially important if you have numerous moles on your body. On this blog, I hope you will discover ingenious tips to help you protect your health. Enjoy!