Enhancing The Quality Of Life For Someone With Alzheimer’s

Every 67 seconds, someone develops Alzheimer's in the United States.This is why it is so important that people take this disease seriously. Many people die every day from Alzheimer's. It is a scary disease that can inhabit anyone's brain. While there may be no cure to treat Alzheimer's yet, there are ways to make the person more comfortable who is going through it. Having memory loss can be very scary for anyone. Read More 

Exploring Common Foot And Ankle Disorders

With the average person walking more than 100,000 miles during the course of their lifetime, it should come as no surprise that nearly 3/4 of the US population will eventually be affected by foot and ankle disorders. Below you will learn more about a few of the most common disorders that affect this overworked, and often under-appreciated area of the human body. More importantly, you will learn about the treatment options that a foot and ankle specialist may be able to offer. Read More 

C-Sections: Are They Always Necessary?

A C-section is a surgical procedure where the doctor delivers a baby using a method to cut the mother's womb and abdomen to remove the baby instead of naturally delivering the newborn. This method has become increasingly common in recent decades for various reasons. Most often, it is because the baby is too large or a circumstance such as the umbilical cord being wrapped around the baby's neck has occurred. This article will discuss why some people think that not all c-sections are medically necessary. Read More 

3 Questions That Women With Breast Implants Often Have About Breast Cancer And Mammograms

Getting breast implants is very common of women of all ages, and seems to be getting more and more popular. While these implants are great for boosting women's self esteem and allowing them to feel more confident, the implants may also raise some questions about regular breast examinations and procedures. This article will address 3 great questions that women with breast implants often have about breast cancer and mammograms.  Will I Still Be Able To Feel If I Have A Lump In My Breast? Read More