Tired Of The Constant Ringing In Your Ears? Here's What An Audiologist Can Do To Alleviate Your Tinnitus Symptoms

Posted on: 15 March 2019

If you're constantly hearing phantom sounds that aren't present in the environment, such as a loud ringing noise, you may be suffering from tinnitus. Tinnitus can have a major negative impact on your quality of life. When symptoms are severe, tinnitus can make it impossible to sleep at night and present a constant distraction during the day. Thankfully, scheduling an appointment with an audiologist can help relieve your tinnitus symptoms and allow you to relax again without constant, annoying noise in the background.
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3 Useful Tips When Choosing A Pediatric Urgent Care Center For A Sick Child

Posted on: 7 February 2019

At some point, your child may get sick outside of their primary care physician's normal office hours. In this instance, you can take them to a pediatric urgent care center. There probably are several to choose from in your area, but you can make the right selection thanks to these tips.  Make Sure Insurance is Accepted  Taking your child to a pediatric urgent care center that doesn't accept your insurance can be expensive.
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The Chemicals And Components Of Insect Sting Venom, Why They Hurt, And What Causes The Allergic Reaction

Posted on: 14 December 2018

There are hundreds of stinging insects the world over, and none of their stings or bites is any less painful than the last. You might be wondering exactly what chemicals and components make up insect venom and why they hurt so much. Then you might be wondering what causes a severe enough stinging insect allergic reaction to the venom that some people need to carry an epi-pen. All of that information follows.
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Are You Nervous About Your Routine Preventative Exam? 3 Tips To Handle The Discovery Of A Health Concern

Posted on: 28 November 2018

Anxiety is a common emotional response to an upcoming physical exam. After all, a year usually passes between these exams, and you may be worried about something being found that you are not expecting. Although you cannot always control what happens during a doctor's visit, being prepared to handle a difficult situation helps to ease anxiety symptoms. As you prepare for this year's routine preventative exam, you can use these tips to feel confident that you are ready to handle any news you receive.
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