Pharmacy Coupons: A Win-Win

Health & Medical Blog

If you are an adult living in the United States of America, chances are that you take at least one prescription medication. According to a recent study from Georgetown University, around 66% of all adults use at least one prescription drug. Unfortunately, these medications do not come for free. Drugstores across the country accept many different types of payment for these medications, though people still struggle to pay for their prescriptions.

23 October 2019

Reasons You Should Get Your Medical Office Equipment Appraised

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If you are a medical professional who owns their own practice, or if you are a healthcare administrator who manages the practice of another, it's likely that there will someday come a time when you should get a medical office equipment appraisal. A medical equipment appraisal is when professional, certified appraisers will come and figure out the value of all of your medical equipment. There are several commonplace reasons why an appraisal may become necessary.

27 September 2019

3 Signs Your Loved One Needs Home Care

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Many aging loved ones can maintain most or total independence throughout their senior years, but some need a little extra help as they age. There are several important signs your loved one may benefit from the help of home care. Nutrition Needs And Cooking Hazards When mobility becomes a major concern, some people eventually rely on convenience foods that do not provide adequate nutrition or may exacerbate underlying medical problems like diabetes or hypertension.

28 July 2019

Why Gardening Can Be A Good Activity During Stroke Recovery

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Part of the recovery process after a stroke involves seeing medical professionals for assessments and healthcare practitioners to rebuild your strength, but it's also important for you to be able to work on your recovery yourself. Ideally, you'll have loved ones around you who can lend a hand as you work to put the debilitating symptoms of the stroke behind you. It's ideal if you can get back to activities that you enjoyed before the stroke.

25 June 2019

Common Symptoms Of Uterine Prolapse


Pelvic floor muscles and ligaments are responsible for holding a woman's uterus in place. It is possible for these muscles and ligaments to weaken or stretch out, and when this happens they can no longer properly support the uterus, making it possible for the uterus to slip into the vagina or even protrude from the vagina. This condition is called uterine prolapse, and while it can cause a woman to experience discomfort or other problems, the condition can be treated.

20 May 2019

4 Tips To Reduce Swelling During Pregnancy

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If you're pregnant with your first child, you may not be prepared for the swelling. Unfortunately, swelling, or edema, is a common occurrence during pregnancy. However, there may be times when the swelling becomes more significant, especially in the feet and ankles. Luckily, there are some things you can do to help reduce the swelling. 1.  Put Your Feet Up Swelling can be a big problem during pregnancy. Your feet are one area that's most affected by the condition.

16 April 2019

Walk-In Clinics Balance The Impersonal Effect Caused By Retail Treatment Visits

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Retail caregiving has become a huge part of the medical industry and may be disappointing to many who want more specialized and personal treatment from their provider. Thankfully, walk-in clinics can provide that improved level of attention to a large number of people. Caregiver and Patient Connection is Critical Patients want a strong connection with their caregiver, one that is based on actual care and emotion. This benefit helps to create a culture of togetherness that can improve the quality of medical treatment in a variety of ways.

28 February 2019

Understanding A Few Differences Between Assisted And Independent Living

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If you are a senior who is looking to move out of your home and into a retirement community, then you will want to choose the best type of retirement living environment for your needs. However, it can be confusing when the communities go by so many different names and have a variety of descriptions. While some are independent living communities, others are called assisted living. Keep reading to learn about some of the differences between assisted and independent living.

10 January 2019