Posts Tagged“health”

Are you someone who has continually battled chronic pain for years now? Even if you are someone fighting chronic pain only as of late, you likely know all too well how physically and emotionally difficult such battles can be. That said the challenge can be even more difficult when you feel as if you’ve exhausted all of your medical options. At the end of the day, is there one option on the table you still have not tired? As more and more pain sufferers are discovering, medical marijuana can be just the delivery they were looking for. Once they’re approved…

There was a time when nutritionists believed people should toss the egg yolk away for fear that its consumption was causing high blood cholesterol levels. This myth has since been debunked as scientists proved consuming great amounts of refined sugars and trans fats were the real culprits.  In fact, most of the vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients in an egg come from the yolk. Ideally, you will make use of recipes that incorporate both the whites and the yolk. Furthermore, eating whole eggs can help with weight loss, so for those of you working to get fit – listen up. One…

When you come to the point when you need to check several family dentists in order to find the best specialist in dental implants you need to choose not just any dentist but a professional in this field. NOTE: before you actually get down to the research for the best dental implants dentist in the area it is highly advised to check dental implants options in order to understand the nuisances and details of the process that all dental professionals will be discussing with you. You need to understand that the process of choosing and identifying a dental implant requires…

The motto of traditional dentistry is to prevent any kind of surgeries by taking good care of your oral hygiene. Cosmetic dentistry, on the other hand, provides elective – or desired – treatments or services. It may also deal with such procedures as dental filling for restorative needs. Below we prepared a short overview of the latest trends in this kind of dentistry. Inlays/Onlays: This is indirect fillings. These inlays and onlays are made from porcelain or modern composite materials that are used to provide a long-lasting cosmetic “filling” to teeth with decay or any other similar structural damage. Composite…

Our bodies are not forever and sooner or later they will start to deteriorate on us, this could happen at a young or old age for you depending on your lifestyle, and your luck. Thankfully, the world of human biology and medicine has moved at warp-like speed and there are many problems and ailments which your body can have that can now be cured, remedied or at least improved. One such area that often starts going first is our hearing, as we reach a certain age we hear less and for some time we may not even know about it. Not…

The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult times within the family circle. Bereavement is known to cause high levels of stress and trauma, not least to those who are closest to the deceased person. In addition, there can be a ripple effect that passes through members of close-knit families a bit like a shockwave. When someone dearly loved is gone, individual, joint, and collective relationships are shattered, plus memories crowd the minds of those left behind, triggering grief and pain. There are recognized stages of bereavement through which most of us travel, including disbelief, anger,…

While many people hesitate to see the doctor when their health seems off, it is nothing compared to the mental gymnastics that some folks perform when it comes to avoiding trips to the dentist. Despite the deeply rooted phobias that many have, the fear of having not gone for many years may finally outweigh their aversion to going. If you are thinking of biting the bullet and heading in to see a dentist such as Dr. Peter Spennato, here are a few things you should keep in mind before your scheduled appointment. You are not alone The first thing that…

Regenerative medicine is a field that might sound more like science fiction than reality. However, stem cells have been used since the 1970s to contribute to the body’s natural powers of regeneration – for example, by helping to create artificial skin to save the lives of burn victims, or to treat leukemia through bone marrow transplants. Experts like Dr. Kwang Yul Cha are working hard to find other ways that the power of stem cells can be used to treat some of the common problems we face from damaged or non-functioning organs or systems. Recently, there has been a breakthrough…