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4 Advances in tracking for the healthcare industry

Tracking a package with medical equipment or supplies is just as important as properly securing it. This is because a number of problems can occur during shipment. The package can get lost, stolen, damaged or too hot as it makes its way to the recipient. To make things easier for the healthcare industry, a number of new tracking method are being used to ensure that you can easily locate the... ❯❯❯

Common Signs of Eye Health Decline

Caring for your health doesn’t just involve visiting your general doctor. Total health incorporates all aspects of your health, including the health of your eyes! Often with age, or due to other health circumstances, your eye sight may begin to worsen. If you are noticing changes in your vision you may need to visit an optician for an exam to get to the root of the problem. Here are some of... ❯❯❯

Tips for Treating and Managing Chronic Pain Without Using Medication

In Western Medicine, the idea of holistically managing pain without medication is a hard pill to swallow. However, there are many theories on pain management – and even practices – which maintain that pain can indeed be alleviated with other means. If you have religious or spiritual belief that prohibits you from taking medication – or if you have a serious allergy –... ❯❯❯

How to choose the right dentist

We should all be aware that proper dental care is an essential component of maintaining good health. However, not many of us feel confident when looking for a new dentist. What should we look for? What differentiates a good option from a bad one? The following tips should help point you in the right direction. Yellow Pages + Google = Powerful Combination Traditional search methods can still... ❯❯❯

Tips for Treating and Managing Chronic Pain Without Using Medication

In Western Medicine, the idea of holistically managing pain without medication is a hard pill to swallow. However, there are many theories on pain management – and even practices – which maintain that pain can indeed be alleviated with other means. If you have religious or spiritual belief that prohibits you from taking medication – or if you have a serious allergy –... ❯❯❯

Fighting Obesity through Weight Loss Surgery

Obesity is a growing health problem in many developed countries as it comes with serious and life threatening diseases. Some people are genetically predisposed to being overweight, and if they do not make lifestyle adjustments to prevent this, they might suffer from a variety of diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and even cancer. With the availability of fast food, junk... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Tips for Handling Unexpected Dental Injuries

Our teeth are pretty strong. In fact, they’re the hardest part of the human body. And considering all that we put them through with the things we chomp and chew, it’s sort of surprising they hold up so well most of the time, even under abuse. Still, we aren’t immune to damage; if you haven’t had at least one cavity you’re something of a rarity. And aside from the... ❯❯❯

5 Tips to Reduce Acne and Get Clear Skin

Out of all the skin conditions that humans can be afflicted with, acne is certainly the most deleterious. While it doesn’t so much affect your health, acne can certainly affect your social life. Because acne is so visible on the face, it can be a great source of embarrassment for many people. Moreover, there are many different types of acne – from the smaller white head variety to the... ❯❯❯

Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Surgery with Maximum Results

Many people are intrigued by the lure of the physical improvements that cosmetic surgery can offer them, but are perhaps intimidated by the thought of a major surgery. However, today a host of minimally invasive cosmetic surgery procedures are available to consumers. Continuing advances in the field of cosmetic surgery in practices like American Skin Institute means people can often have... ❯❯❯

Dry January Aftermath: Has Your Health Benefited?

After the heavy indulgences of the festive period, many of us will have decided to take up the ‘Dry January’ Challenge to give our bodies the break it deserves. The campaign, launched by the charity Alcohol Concern, involves giving up alcohol for the entire month and whilst it may have its benefits, many researchers are claiming that it may actually be bad for your health. Alcohol... ❯❯❯