An Assisted Living Facility With Dementia Care Might Be A Good Place For Your Loved One

If you have a parent or other loved one with early dementia, it probably isn't safe for them to live alone. They may still have periods of normal functioning and not need to be in a nursing home but supervision should be available for when it's needed. One possible solution is to move your loved one into an assisted living facility that's designed to handle people with dementia. Here's why this might be a good choice. Read More 

Ready To Make It Permanent? 4 Things You Need To Know about Vasectomies

If you're a man who's done having children and you're looking for permanent protection, it's time to talk to your doctor about a vasectomy. This procedure will put an end to your sperm production so that you'll no longer need to worry about unplanned pregnancies. Before you schedule your vasectomy, here are four things you should know about the procedure. It Takes a While To Become Sterile If you're expecting to be sterile as soon as you walk out of the doctors office, you're in for a surprise – potentially a big one if you have unprotected sex too soon. Read More 

Looking For A Personal Trainer? Why Yours Has Select Scheduling At Different Locations

When you are looking for a personal trainer, and you finally find one you like who really motivates you, the biggest problem you have is trying to schedule training. In fact, your trainer may only have certain days and times available at the gym you attend. This is frustrating, to be sure, but there are reasons why so many trainers have such strange schedules. They Have Day Jobs Not too many personal trainers do personal training full-time. Read More 

Are You Or Someone You Love Addicted To Opioids?

Opioid use has risen to the point where it is now epidemic in the United States. While many people think of heroin when they hear the word "opioid," this class of drugs doesn't include just illicit drugs, it includes prescribed drugs as well. Codeine, fentanyl, hydrocodone, morphine, and oxycodone are all powerful pain relievers that are legally prescribed by physicians in the U.S. Even though these drugs are legal, though, it doesn't mean the risk of becoming addicted isn't there. Read More 

4 Tips For Reducing Foot And Ankle Pain

One thing you may take for granted is being mobile. Of course, if you're suffering from foot and ankle pain, this can be problematic. Something you will want to do is to find ways to reduce your discomfort if you have this condition. Being aware of specific tips that can be helpful in limiting the amount of your pain you experience until your body can heal and be mobile again is ideal. Read More