Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

  • Preventing And Treating Skin Cancer

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States by far, with more than five million people receiving cancer treatment for it each year. In fact, more people have had skin cancer in the last thirty years than all other cancers combined! Because of how common it is, it might surprise you to learn that skin cancer is often preventable. Here are some facts about this common cancer that can help you to prevent it or recognize it if you do get it.

  • What Child Care Options Are Available If Your Child Has A Life-Threatening Allergy?

    Choosing the perfect child care provider can be difficult, even under ideal circumstances. The thought of leaving your child with someone else -- even a trusted friend or relative -- for hours at a time can make any parent uneasy. This decision and the associated emotions become even more complicated if your child has a potentially life-threatening allergy that could be triggered while under the care and supervision of someone else.

  • Treatment For Presbyopia: What You Need To Know

    As you age, it often becomes more difficult to focus on close objects. People commonly refer to this condition as long-sightedness, but the medical name for this problem is presbyopia. Most people cope with the condition by wearing corrective glasses or contact lenses, but it's also possible to treat presbyopia with laser eye surgery. If you or someone you love suffers from long-sightedness, find out more about the condition and the treatment options that are available to you.

  • Tips For Weight Loss - How To Reduce Calories While Retaining Your Energy Levels

    If you want to lose weight, then your best option is to cut calories from your diet. It is wise to cut at least 500 calories each and every day if you want to lose at least one pound a week. Unfortunately, calories provide your body with fuel. This means that you may not feel nearly as energized as you should throughout the day. You can prevent the sluggish feeling by doing a few simple things, so consider some of the options outlined in this article.

  • How To Keep The Symptoms Of Varicose Veins From Affecting Your Sleep At Night

    If your medical provider diagnosed you with varicose veins, you probably take medications to control the restless and achy feelings you have in your legs. But sometimes medication isn't enough. There's another way to get rid of your symptoms with varicose vein treatment, which removes the damaged veins with a laser. But until you see a varicose vein specialist, you can do three things in the comfort of your home to alleviate the symptoms and feel better at night.

  • About Me

    Good Healthcare Requires Treatment of Your Mind, Body, and Soul

    I have worked in a supportive role in the medical industry for over 20 years, and I have been amazed at the advances in medicine that have been made. While it is always great to hear about a new medication that helps cure a disease or a new surgical procedure that can help someone live a normal life again after an injury, I have been especially amazed at the research that has shown just how much our physical and mental health are connected. Since I keep on top of all of the amazing medical studies being performed and I know others are too busy to hunt them down themselves, I decided to start a blog to share my favorite health tips for keeping both your mind and body healthy.