Erectile Dysfunction Affecting Your Marriage? 2 Treatment Options You Have

If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), this can greatly affect your marriage. Not only this but it can put a lot of stress on you. Fortunately, there are treatment options available to help you. Below are two of these options so you can get started with this treatment. 1. Medication One of the most common ways to treat ED is by medication. There is nothing over the counter that you can buy, however. [Read More]

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Physical Therapy

If you have recently injured a part of your body either while playing a sport or if you were involved in some sort of automobile accident, then your orthopedist may recommend that you undergo physical therapy to help strengthen the joints and ligaments and get back to normal again; especially if you have had to have surgery. And although your physical therapist is there to help you along the way, the work is really up to you to put in for you to get the best results. [Read More]

Traveling Abroad Or Overseas? Test Your Family For Allergies Before You Go

Prior to traveling abroad or overseas this summer, you'll probably see your family's doctor for an exam and physical. You may even see a doctor for a post-travel checkup once you return home. But there's one more exam you should get before and after you travel abroad. The exam is called an allergy test. Learn why you and your family should undergo allergy testing before you travel abroad. Why Does Your Family Need Allergy Tests? [Read More]

3 Ways Type 2 Diabetes Is Managed in Children

An increasing number of children are being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, which was previous considered an adult disease. Once the problem is diagnosed, making consistent changes can help your child develop healthier life-long habits. Here are three ways this disease can be managed in children. 1. Medication Like adults with type 2 diabetes, children are often prescribed medication once they are diagnosed. Since there are limited medications available for children to take, many children receive insulin, but some may take a daily oral pill. [Read More]