How To Recognize Substance Abuse In Your Loved One

Posted on: 4 November 2020

Substance abuse is a terrible disease that can eat away at families and ruin lives if treatment isn't sought out as soon as possible. Whether it is alcohol abuse or other, harder drugs like heroin, methamphetamines, or cocaine, the result is always the same if left untreated. That is the last thing you want for your loved one, so it is important to try to recognize the signs of substance abuse before it takes over their entire life.
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Why You Should Schedule An Eye Exam

Posted on: 12 October 2020

Scheduling an eye exam with a licensed optometrist can help you preserve your vision for the long term. The examination is usually a quick and simple process that can be performed in a comfortable and pain-free manner using advanced technology. Here are some of the main reasons why you should schedule an eye exam with an optometrist. Impaired Vision Diagnosis Having impaired vision isn't always so obvious if it is minor, and the optometrist can perform a series of tests to determine the strength of each eye.
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Curbing Those Pregnancy Side Effects: What You Can Do

Posted on: 10 September 2020

There are a number of side effects of pregnancy. Some are good, while others could be harmful to your health and the health of your baby if you aren't careful. Talking to your obstetrician about these side effects, and what else to expect throughout your pregnancy, as well as how to deal with these side effects is important. Read on for some of these pregnancy side effects and what you can do about them.
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Three Surgeries That Require A Lot Of Physical Therapy Afterward

Posted on: 3 December 2019

Physical therapy is used to regain and/or maintain one's range of motion and mobility. It is prescribed following sports injuries and car accidents, but it can also be prescribed following major limb surgeries. The following three surgeries are the most common ones where PT is not only recommended, but prescribed if you want to regain full movement of a limb and the joint on which your doctor operated.  Shoulder Replacement
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