3 Tips For Helping You Adjust For To Using Crutches

Using crutches can be a real adjustment. If you have to use crutches while your leg heals from an injury, here are three tips that will help you get used to wearing and using crutches. #1 Take A Break If you are new to using crutches, do not overdo it. Your upper body, arms and other leg are going to get sore supporting the rest of your body. You don't want to go so hard that you are so sore you can hardly move the next day. Read More 

Three Tips for Minimizing Soreness after a Lymph Node Massage

A lymph node massage is great for decreasing tissue swelling and speeding up the work of all the various lymph nodes in your body. But since some of your lymph nodes are located near sensitive areas like your neck, soreness in the hours and days after a lymph node massage is fairly common. Immediately after you get a lymph node massage, follow these three tips to minimize both immediate and future soreness. Read More 

5 Things You Need To Know About Retinal Artery Occlusion

Retinal artery occlusion is the medical term for a blood clot that forms in the arteries that supply your retina with blood. The retina is a structure in the back of your eye that is responsible for sight, and if its blood flow is cut off, you will lose your vision. Here's what you need to know about this scary condition.  What causes it? Retinal artery occlusion has many possible causes, just like blood clots in other parts of your body. Read More 

7 Great Foot Care Tips For Diabetic Patients

When you suffer from diabetes, you not only have to worry about controlling your blood sugar. You also have to take better care of your feet. Diabetes can make you lose feeling in your feet and make you more susceptible to an infection. If the infection is bad enough, you could even lose one or both of your feet. Here are seven great foot care tips for diabetic patients. Stay Out of Hot Tubs Read More 

4 Water-Based Alternatives To Traditional Burials

We spend most of our lives on land, but there are people who truly love the sea, ocean, and everything that has to do with water. What a water lover passes, there are many cremation alternatives to choose from instead of keeping ashes in a traditional urn. By celebrating our loved ones with the water, we can honor their interests and have ways to grieve at the same. The following four water-based methods are ideal for water lovers and can especially help if you are planning ahead after your own passing. Read More