Risk Factors For Developing Osteoporosis
5 December 2016
Osteoporosis is a disease that affects approximately 10 million people, and it is a disease that cannot be reversed. The best time to start fighting against this disease is when you are 40 years old or younger, especially if you fall into any of the categories that can put you at a higher risk for developing this condition. Here are some of the factors that put people at a higher risk for developing osteoporosis.
Adult-Acquired Flatfoot: Is There Anything You Can Do To Ease The Pain?
15 November 2016
Although most people develop flatfoot as children, some individuals acquire the condition as adults. Adult-acquired flatfoot can be both painful and disheartening, especially when you don't know how to treat it or the problem that causes flatfoot successfully on your own. Here's a detailed look into adult-acquired flatfoot and what you can do to ease your pain successfully.
What's Adult-Acquired Flatfoot?
Adult-acquired flatfoot describes a condition that affects the arches and center tissues of the foot.
3 Therapeutic Approaches To Look For When Choosing A Memory-Care Facility
20 October 2016
When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, not only is the news difficult, but there is also added complexity when you consider making decisions about long-term care. Although there are many wonderful facilities to keep your loved one safe, you should consider additional services designed to address their specific needs and retain their remaining independence.
More facilities are utilizing music therapy for their dementia patients. In the latter stages of dementia, when your loved one has episodes of memory loss or confusion, they may easily revert back to a time many decades ago, while losing more recent memories.
Vision And School Performance: Answers To Parent's FAQs About Childhood Vision Correction
26 September 2016
Some children struggle in school, and while not all learning problems are vision related, about one child in ten has eye trouble severe enough to affect learning. Parents may misunderstand learning problems that come from eye trouble, so here is an answer guide to common questions that can help you get started.
1. My child has perfect vision, so should I even worry about vision trouble?
Unfortunately, the answer to this question is yes.