What You Need To Know About Home Care For Patients With Dementia

Though dementia starts slowly, over time, the effects will interfere with your loved one's ability to complete the activities of daily life. It's common for individuals with dementia to forget to complete basic tasks, like taking their medication, bathing, or tending to household chores. If your loved one suffers from dementia, hiring a home care service is one way to provide them with the assistance that they need.  Check out a couple of ways that using home care will benefit your entire family. Read More 

Flu Vaccine: Common Myths

According to Healthline, approximately five to 20 percent of people in the United States contract the flu, or influenza, each year. The flu is a serious illness that can result in hospitalizations, especially for infants, small children, and the elderly. The flu shot is the first line of defense against this serious illness. Unfortunately, there are several myths associated with the flu shot that keep people from getting a potentially life-saving vaccination. Read More 

A Few Tips For Getting Breast Augmentation Surgery

Getting a breast enhancement surgery no longer has the stigma it once did, because so many women have had successful procedures -- not to mention the procedure itself has evolved and improved. Today, breast augmentation remains the most popular form of cosmetic surgery, and its popularity has grown by 3% in recent years. Read on and use these tips if you are thinking about getting a breast enhancement surgery.  Assess your reasons, style, and body type Read More 

Does Your Child Always Need To See A Doctor For An Ear Infection?

If your child has started to develop ear infections, then you may be wondering if your child needs to see their pediatrician every time they develop such an infection. Well, keep reading to find out if they need to and also how you can treat ear infections at home. Does Your Child Need To See A Doctor? If your child has a condition where they experience frequent ear infections, then you do not always need to see the pediatrician if you think one is developing. Read More 

3 Ways to Compare Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage Plans come in all shapes and sizes. Since most insurance companies offer some form of a plan, how is one supposed to know which plan is best for them? Don't get overwhelmed by all of the options out there. Instead, just focus on what you need. 1. How Is Your Health? No two advantage plans are created equal. For example, some plans have no monthly premium and will still require you to pay for Medicare Part B. Read More