Pot In PA: Understanding The Implementation Of The Medical Marijuana Program In Pennsylvania

Posted on: 16 May 2016

Do you suffer from a medical condition that has not responded well to conventional treatments? Do you battle with severe pain despite taking prescription pain medications? Are you a caregiver to a loved one or minor child with a chronic condition that has not responded well to traditional treatments? If so, you may be interested in learning more about the medical marijuana bill that was recently passed in the state of Pennsylvania.
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3 Reasons To Consider A Behind The Ear Hearing Aid

Posted on: 30 April 2016

One of the hardest parts about dealing with hearing loss is trying to find the right hearing aid for your particular situation, mostly because there is a wide range of hearing aids on the market that all provide their own sets of benefits and drawbacks. One of the most popular and common hearing aids is a BTE aid that is designed to rest over your ear. Listed below are just a few of the reasons to consider a BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aid.
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Why Residential Eating Disorder Treatment May Be The Best Option For You

Posted on: 29 April 2016

When you are suffering from an eating disorder, the first step in the healing process is to admit to yourself (and then to others) that you are suffering from an eating disorder. This can be difficult, as most eating disorders include levels of self-delusion that make you believe that your behaviors are normal or justified. However, even after you have admitted that you have a problem, the problem is not solved.
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Reasons To Consider In-Home Health Care For Your Aging Relative

Posted on: 14 April 2016

As someone who provides care to a relative that is a senior citizen, you may think that no additional care is needed. However, to help both you and your relative, there are reasons you might want to start thinking about recruiting in-home assistance. Keep reading to learn why this kind of health care might be a good fit for your family. Your Relative's Health Might Require More Care Over Time
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