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Finding A Doctor You Love

As soon as I was diagnosed with an ongoing medical condition, I realized that it might be smart to look around for a better doctor. In addition to finding someone that accepted my medical insurance, I also wanted to find someone that understood my personal situation. I started looking around for a medical practice that handled cases like mine, and I found a place that had a doctor that I really connected with. He was understanding, kind, and incredibly intelligent. After working with him for a few months, I started to feel a lot better. My blog is all about finding a doctor that you love.

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Preparation Tips For Your First Chemotherapy Infusion Appointment

If you are having your first chemotherapy infusion this week, then it is natural for you to feel apprehensive. However, you can greatly reduce your anxiety by being prepared for your long day at the infusion center. To this end, past chemo infusion patients have reported that the following tips helped them feel more comfortable during their treatments: Tip: Wear Clothing that is Comfortable and Provides Easy Access for Your IV Read More 

Three Exercises That Can Strengthen Your Heart

If you've just been to the cardiologist and he or she has told you that your heart health could be better, it's time to get serious about making this investment in your health. The consumption of a healthy diet is integral to heart health, but you can also use exercise to strengthen your heart. It's important to remember that your heart is a muscle — this means that, like other muscles, it can become stronger and healthier through frequent exercise. Read More 

Time To Plan The Summer Fun: 3 Steps To Keep Your Kids Safe

Summer is just around the corner. Soon it will be time to head out on vacations and other fun, family activities. If you have children, it's time to start thinking about summer safety. According to studies, traumatic injuries to children can double during the summer. That doesn't mean that your kids can't have fun this summer. However, it does mean that you should take some extra precautions to help protect them from injuries. Read More 

Treatment Options To Consider If Your Child Has An Opiate Addiction

If your child has developed an addiction to opiates, whether they are prescription painkillers or the highly illegal heroin, you may find yourself at a complete loss. Finding out your child has such a serious drug addiction is never easy. However, it does not mean there are not options available to you to help you deal with the situation. There are numerous treatment programs and options that can help your child get their addiction under control and get them on the road to recovery. Read More 

Just Passed A Kidney Stone? 3 Tips To Help You Avoid A Repeat Encounter

If you've recently passed a kidney stone, you know how excruciating it is. The last thing you want is go through that again. Unfortunately, once you've had kidney stones once, it's likely that you'll have them again. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to reduce the risk of repeat. Here are a few suggestions that will help you avoid a repeat encounter with kidney stones. Increase Your Fluids Read More