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How does reading affect your eyes?
Reading is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Settling down with a good book and a warm drink after a long day is wonderful. But in order to read, you need to look after your eyes. Here are some …Continue Reading
How technology helps the treatment of brain injuries
The brain is one of the most dangerous places that can get injured. This can lead to life-altering effects and in some cases, death. Data collected in 2020 revealed that someone is admitted to a hospital with a brain injury …Continue Reading
Medical Negligence in Later Life – What to Look Out For
Later life is often treated as an epilogue, when it is anything but. The vast majority of us reach the prime of our life in our later years, whether taking to a skill or hobby or finding new raisons d’etre. …Continue Reading
The Growing Demand For Mental Health Workers
Mental health has become an increasingly important issue in modern society. With the prevalence of mental health conditions on the rise, there is a growing demand for mental health workers who can provide support and treatment to those who need …Continue Reading
How Can Hospitals Reduce Food Waste?
Hospitals are one of the largest sources of food waste in the United States. According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, roughly one third of all food produced in the world is lost or wasted. Hospitals …Continue Reading
Helpful Home Care Tips for Senior Family Members
Although most family members people consider retirement homes or assisted living facilities practical options for senior family members, many still opt to provide care for their older loved ones at home. For them, taking care of those who have nurtured …Continue Reading
Redefining Herpes: Why We Must Move Beyond the Stigma
Data from the World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that herpes affects nearly 4 billion people globally. That’s almost half the world’s population, and yet, the virus is still stigmatized, so much so that people who have the virus often feel isolated …Continue Reading
5 Tips to Help You Advance Your Nursing Career
Nursing is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling professions. As a nurse, you can make a meaningful impact on the lives of patients and their families. However, that doesn’t mean advancing your career is easy. To move up in …Continue Reading
Doctor Appointment Booking App Development: A Few Helpful Tips
A doctor appointment app is an on-demand software that helps individuals avoid going to hospitals and clinics when there is no emergency. Users do not need to wait in queues and endure the virus’s spread (and we mean not coronavirus …Continue Reading
The Effect Binge Drinking Has On the Body As Christmas Season Arrives
The Christmas season is a season of joy, happiness and love. It’s also a season where we overindulge and often have one too many when it comes to alcohol. For many, it can be a difficult time of year trying …Continue Reading
Free Falls Prevention Workshop
Next Free Falls Prevention Workshop Come along to the next free Falls Prevention Workshop on the 20th January Bassil Shippam Centre, Chichester 10-12pm. Free Parking The workshop is suitable for anyone who has fallen or is worrying about falling. We …Continue Reading
6 Top Reasons You Get Sick During the Holidays (and How to Fix It)
The holidays (or any special occasion for that matter) can be some of the most vibrant, joyful moments in our lives. They can also be extremely harrowing and utterly energy-sucking. With all the preparation, shopping, travel, organizing, and upheaval of …Continue Reading
How Nurses Can Improve Quality of Life for Elderly Patients
Wellness is crucial for all ages but, more important, for aging adults trying to maintain their health and independence. The older population is increasing across the U.S. According to the Population Reference Bureau, the number of people aged 65 and …Continue Reading
Walking Stick Checkup Week
Yes this is a thing, yes it is also a great idea started by a physiotherapist Paul Mills Falls Prevention Walking Stick MOT Week Do you, a family member, a friend or a neighbour use a walking stick? If so …Continue Reading
3 Stem Icons to Celebrate in 2022
2022 will be an excellent year for our planet, so we’ve decided to celebrate the achievements of humanity. As our species continues its slow climb out of the rubble left behind by climate change and neoliberalism, we’re finally reaching a …Continue Reading
The Health Risks of Sleep Deprivation
We can all agree that getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best ways to ensure we get the most from our waking moments. Unfortunately, for many people, this isn’t as easy as it sounds. If you’re one …Continue Reading
7 Ways Cosmetic Surgeons Can Fight Climate Change
Going green is the new black—and that’s especially true in the world of aesthetics. Many cosmetic surgeons have already discovered how easy it is to make their practices more eco-friendly and share their tips and tricks with others in their …Continue Reading
How to Think Straight When Filing a Contaminated Water Lawsuit?
No one wants to contemplate the possibility of their water supply being contaminated. Unfortunately, this is something that happens more often than we would like, such as the contaminated drinking water sources at Camp Lejeune. It’s no doubt that contaminated …Continue Reading
How Nurses Can Take Care of Patients with Mental Health Challenges
When it comes to taking care of patients with mental health issues, it is not always a straightforward process. These individuals may have trouble communicating their needs and desires, which can make it difficult for caregivers and medical professionals to …Continue Reading
Do I Need to Visit a Doctor After a Personal Injury for A Claim?
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may wonder if you need to see a doctor. The answer is that it depends on the severity of your injuries. If you’re injured badly enough that you need to go to …Continue Reading
Do Porcelain Veneers Help Improve Your Oral Health?
If you consider getting porcelain veneers, you may wonder if they improve your oral health. The answer is yes – porcelain veneers can help improve your oral health in several ways. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits …Continue Reading
What is Balance?
Balance is the body’s process of staying upright, sounds very simple when I say it that way doesn’t it! There are three main components which feed into this process and they work together. eyes (see), muscles, skin, joints (feel) inner ear …Continue Reading
Thriving in Change: Why Healthcare Professionals Need Good Leadership Skills
Surviving change and thriving in change are two entirely different things. For healthcare leaders, the difference can be the success or failure of their organizations. Healthcare is in a constant state of change. New technologies, treatments, and regulations are constantly …Continue Reading
Medicare 101: A handy starter guide
You probably know that Medicare is a healthcare plan for people who qualify based on age or disability. But you probably don’t know much beyond that. Are there different types of Medicare plans? How do they work? What are the …Continue Reading