What Are Your Best Treatment Options For Early-Stage Prostate Cancer?

If you've recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you may be somewhat relieved at the news that your cancer is in the very early stages. Because prostate tumors are so slow-growing, many men who are affected by prostate cancer in their fifties or sixties will die of old-age related causes long before this cancer begins to pose any problems. Indeed, the five-year survival rate for this cancer is more than 99 percent, indicating the relative lack of urgency when it comes to treatment. [Read More]

Four Ways To Maximize A Visit To A Neurology Specialist

Neurologists diagnose, study, evaluate and treat nervous systems disorders. They also conduct neurology clinical research and trials, and many have additional training in relevant fields such as epilepsy, sleep disorders, and motor abilities. When you visit a neurology specialist, here are a few things to do to make the best out of your interaction. Carry All Your Pertinent Documents Unlike general practitioners, neurology patients only meet a nervous system specialist a few times in a year. [Read More]

Mobility Aids To Help Your Spouse Remain Independent While Recovering From A Broken Leg

If your spouse fell down a flight of steps and broke their leg, the following mobility aids will help them remain independent throughout the healing process. As a result, your loved one will be able to handle simple tasks while inside and outside of your home and won't have to struggle or ask for assistance to complete a basic activity. Motorized Scooter Rent or purchase a motorized scooter from a pharmacy or supplier of medical devices. [Read More]

Times To Make Sure You Have Your New Hearing Aids In

When you first get hearing aids, your hearing professional will often advocate wearing them for part of the day and then removing them. While you'll want to build up to wearing the hearing aids virtually all the time, their presence can require a bit of an adjustment period. By wearing them for a bit and then taking them out, you'll slowly get used to how they feel in your ears — and you'll really begin to appreciate how much better you can hear with them in. [Read More]