Important Reading Archive

20 Jun 2016

Keeping eye drops on schedule

Post-cataract surgery requires scheduled eye drops Possibly one of the biggest issues I had during recovery from cataract surgery was keeping up with the eye drop schedule. During recovery for the first eye, I got fairly behind
25 Apr 2016

Survivor Mentality Benefits People Battling Mesothelioma Cancer

Determined to beat the odds, some people chose to face terminal cancer with a survivor mindset. They know survival odds are not in their favor, but they have hope regardless. And they should, because people can live
15 Oct 2015

Should I screen for Down syndrome?

One out of every 691 babies born each year will have Down syndrome making it the most common chromosomal abnormality. First named by English physician John Langdon Down, the condition occurs when a person has a full
7 Oct 2015

5 Thoughtful Gift Ideas When You’re On A Budget

It feels like we live in a world where we know a larger circle of people, and with that in mind, there are special occasions throughout the year that we’re invited to such as weddings, birthdays, graduations
15 Sep 2015

Should You Buy Your Own Massage Table?

If you’re investing in your health, you may think of doing more than eating kale and drinking smoothies. While it’s great to nurture your body, you should also add exercise to tone and strengthen your body. And, while
13 Sep 2015

The True Benefits of High Quality Plastic Surgery

Those against the concept of plastic surgery typically argue that beauty is only skin-deep. However, in an age when the technology we have allows us the opportunity to improve our appearance, diminish physical issues, and enhance our