If you have any sort of skin problem, from warts to rosacea, you probably see a dermatologist. If a dermatologist has suggested that you visit a dermatology compounding pharmacy, a place where you can get dermatology compounds. Here is more information on dermatology compounds, and their specific benefits. Compounds Compounds from a compounding pharmacy are medicines made for specific purposes and designed to be just right for each patient. In a dermatology compounding pharmacy, compounds are made from base liquids or powders that are then mixed into a paste, a gel, a cream, or an ointment.
29 November 2017
Falling in your home as you age is a serious concern for many people. A fall at home can lead to hospitalization and threaten your independence once you're out of the hospital. Depending on the injury that you suffer, it may not be practical for you to continue to live in the home you've inhabited for years — all because of a fall that might have been preventable. Hiring a home health aide is a good idea if you're afraid of falling.
9 November 2017
Being diagnosed with cancer often tends to be not only stressful but it can actually be quite devastating. Having to hear those dreaded words you have cancer is something that most of us wouldn't wish upon our worst enemy. Fortunately though, there are many different things that you can do to help your loved one with cancer. Be their best ally and advocate in their fight against cancer You should do everything that you possibly can to help your loved one to get the best care possible.
24 October 2017
When a loved one suffers from a stroke, you are most likely scared, worried, and unsure what to do next. One of the best things you can do in the early hours and days after your family member's stroke is to sign them up for telestroke services. Telestroke services allow an experienced neurologist to help diagnose and create a treatment plan for your loved one remotely, using modern technology including webcams and image sharing apps.
4 October 2017
Visiting your doctor for annual exams, eating well, and exercising are important steps to living a healthy lifestyle. However, certain illnesses, diseases, and disorders may still affect you, even when you're following your doctor's recommendations. While common, strokes are one of the most misunderstood issues that can affect you, your physical and emotional health, and your emotional well-being. By debunking these common myths, you will have a better understanding of the causes and signs of a stroke.
14 September 2017
A sinus infection, or sinusitis, is a common infection that can cause fever, headache, sinus pressure and pain, congestion and a sore throat. Unlike some other infections, you probably won't need outside medical care to get back to your normal self. Arming yourself with the facts will help you identify and treat your symptoms quickly and safely. Myth #1: You need antibiotics if you have a sinus infection. Running to your doctor for antibiotics when you have a sinus infection isn't likely to help, and your doctor may even deny you antibiotics if your infection isn't severe.
15 August 2017
If you're starting to look and feel older than you actually are, there may be a reason for it. Your body may be aging faster than it should. Unfortunately, when your biological age starts passing your chronological age, you're going to feel the effects. Luckily, your biological age doesn't need to get away from you. In fact, there are ways that you can slow it down altogether. Here are three changes you can make in your life that will help you slow down the aging process so you can look and feel younger.
28 July 2017