Qualities Of A Home Health Aide

Being a home health aide is a very rewarding job for many people.  Home health aides help disabled, chronically ill, elderly, or otherwise impaired people go about their day-to-day activities, typically in the client's personal residence.  They assist in the basic things most people take for granted, such as housekeeping, grocery shopping, and, in some cases, showering and using the restroom.  A home health aide does not make a lot of money, but they do get the satisfaction of helping someone and making a difference. Read More 

2 Reasons To See An Immunology Doctor

Allergies can affect anyone at any time, even if you have never experienced allergies before. Anyone can develop a new allergy, whether that allergy is a food or contact allergy. Two reasons to utilize an immunology doctor are to determine what you are allergic to and if you need a new treatment option. Determine What You Are Allergic To One of the biggest obstacles to dealing with allergies is trying to figure out what exactly is triggering your allergic reaction. Read More 

Two Corporate Wellness Program Questions You May Need Answered

Healthy employees are happy and productive employees, but many businesses assume that offering health insurance is all that they have to do to enjoy these benefits. However, this is not the case when it comes to the health of your workers, and there are programs that are designed to help improve the overall health and productivity of your workforce. Yet, there are likely a couple of questions you need addressed if your company has never launched these programs. Read More 

Are You Pregnant? 2 Things To Expect At Your First OB Visit

Nothing is more exciting than anticipating the birth of your first child. However, most women get a little nervous about going to the obstetrician. Here are two things to expect at your first OB visit, and why you shouldn't worry.  1: Medical History When you arrive at the doctor's office, you will be given paperwork to fill out regarding your medical history. However, unlike the paperwork that you receive at your regular family practice, the obstetrician might need a little more information. Read More 

What’s Next After Gastric Bypass?

Gastric bypass surgery is a procedure that allows you to lose weight by creating a different environment for the stomach and intestine to digest food.  Because this portion of your organs aren't breaking down food any longer, your body will not absorb all of the calories you intake.  The amount of food you'll be able to eat will be smaller, allowing you to be able to lose weight.  Here are a few things to expect after your gastric bypass surgery. Read More