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Working With A Family Doctor

About 10 years ago, my friend convinced me to switch to a new family doctor. Our new physician was caring, enthusiastic, and extremely detail oriented. When he performed physicals, he didn't hesitate to order blood work or to investigate a strange symptom. This year, that great care really paid off. My doctor discovered a small skin lesion, which turned out to be cancerous. This blog is all about the benefits of working with a professional family doctor. Check out these articles to find out how to choose a health care clinic, and what types of symptoms you should report to your doctor. You never know, it could save your life.

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The Primary Benefits Of Professional Undergoing Occupational Therapy
27 September 2021

You may want to be as productive as possible in yo

Supportive Care For Cancer: What Is It And Why Is It Important After A Cancer Diagnosis?
20 May 2021

A cancer diagnosis is an instant life-changing eve

What Can Anorexia Treatment Do For You?
18 March 2021

Diets can be adopted in healthy ways, but dieting

Natural Ways To Ease The Joint Inflammation Of Arthritis
7 January 2021

Did you know that the term "arthritis" means "infl

Tips For Properly Caring For New Hearing Aids
20 October 2020

Many people suffer hearing loss as they age, and h

The Primary Benefits Of Professional Undergoing Occupational Therapy

You may want to be as productive as possible in your everyday life. However, you also may face physical or sensory challenges that prevent you from living your life to the fullest. Instead of restricting your daily life because of your limitations, you can seek out services that can teach you to adapt and overcome them. You can take advantage of what professional occupational therapy can offer to people with your physical or sensory challenges. Read More 

Supportive Care For Cancer: What Is It And Why Is It Important After A Cancer Diagnosis?

A cancer diagnosis is an instant life-changing event, and it can have drastic effects on your mental health and emotional well-being. Unfortunately, these non-physical effects of cancer are sometimes neglected by oncologists, who are primarily concerned with successfully eliminating the cancer itself. After a cancer diagnosis, it's important to seek out cancer support treatments that can help you with these issues. To learn more about what supportive care entails and why it's important for you to include it as part of your overall cancer treatment plan, read on. Read More 

What Can Anorexia Treatment Do For You?

Diets can be adopted in healthy ways, but dieting behavior can also be taken to an unhealthy extreme. Some people who are preoccupied with their weight develop anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder that causes people to restrict their caloric intake to an unhealthy degree. Anorexia can be dangerous both physically and mentally. If you struggle with anorexia, you'll need appropriate treatment in order to recover. Here are a few things that anorexia medical treatment can do for people with this eating disorder: Read More 

Natural Ways To Ease The Joint Inflammation Of Arthritis

Did you know that the term "arthritis" means "inflammation of the joints?" While pain is a hallmark symptom of arthritis, much of that pain actually comes from the inflammation. So if you can alleviate the inflammation, you can also alleviate the pain. Other than taking prescription medications, though, how can you reduce the joint inflammation associated with arthritis? Here are a few tactics to try. Massage Therapy Massage focuses on the muscles, not the joints, so many people overlook it as a remedy for joint inflammation. Read More 

Tips For Properly Caring For New Hearing Aids

Many people suffer hearing loss as they age, and hearing aids may be necessary to restore hearing function. If you are having difficulty hearing, it is important to see a doctor for a full hearing exam. In the event that your hearing is declining, you will likely see a big difference once you start wearing hearing aids. However, hearing aids are expensive, and most health insurance plans will only cover a portion of the cost of new hearing aids according to a specific schedule. Read More