3 Reasons To Consider A Walk-In Tub

Posted on: 9 January 2017

Bathing and showering can often be a very dangerous and difficult task for older individuals or those with disabilities, mostly because of the safety hazards and strain of getting in and out of a slippery bathtub. However, a walk-in tub can actually help you offset a lot of those difficulties and making them much more relaxing and easier for you to bathe. Listed below are three reasons to consider a walk-in tub.
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Learning How To Recover From Alcohol Abuse

Posted on: 30 December 2016

Alcohol abuse is something that afflicts millions of families in the United States, and whether it's you or a loved one who is trying to stay sober, recovery can be a long and difficult process. That said, living clean is far from the impossible task that many people think it is. Take a look below at some things you may want to keep in mind if you or someone you care about is thinking about starting the road to recovery.
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Old Drug, New Use: Alternatives To Opioids In Pain Management

Posted on: 21 December 2016

With increasing concern over the use of opioids for acute and chronic pain management, doctors and patients are seeking alternatives to keep pain under control with fewer risks of addiction. In some cases, old drugs used in new ways are providing a suitable alternative to opioid use or can be used in conjunction with current treatments. Low-Dose Ketamine Ketamine may be familiar to most people as the street drug "Special K.
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Got Blisters? What They Are And How A Dermatologist Can Help You Treat Them

Posted on: 21 November 2016

Most people who have ever gotten a blister know that it is a bubble of fluid under the skin and that it got there because of constant rubbing. However, what you may not know is what the fluid is, and why you should not relieve it if you do not need to. In addition to knowing more about blisters, you should know when you need help from a dermatologist to treat the blisters and how the dermatologist will treat them.
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