Coolsculpting And The Diabetic Patient: What To Expect
27 November 2017
After spending more than a year adjusting to an entirely different diet for your diabetes, you have lost a lot of weight. While that is a positive to being diagnosed with this disorder, you may feel as though your efforts have fallen short because of the extra fat pockets around your midsection. If you are looking around for non-surgical solutions to the problem, you should consider coolsculpting.
This is an ideal cosmetic procedure for diabetics as there are no incisions, no downtime, and no extensive healing periods.
The Pros And Cons Of Taking Diphenhydramine As A Sleep Aid
8 November 2017
If you're having trouble drifting off to sleep at night, there are numerous prescription and over-the-counter medications you may take to help. One of these is diphenhydramine, a medication sold in pill and liquid forms by several big brands. Like all medications, diphenhydramine has its pros and cons, which you should consider before opting to use it as a sleep aid. Here's a look:
Pro: Diphenhydramine is cheap and readily available.
Having An Outpatient Surgical Procedure? Is A Surgical Center Better Than A Hospital?
18 October 2017
If you've recently been told you require an outpatient surgical procedure—whether an excision of a potentially cancerous mole, the placement of a stent or catheter in a blocked artery, or the removal of a colon polyp—you may be wondering about your options.
Although surgeries are traditionally performed in a hospital atmosphere, providing doctors with the ability to immediately route the patient to the emergency department if any complications occur, rising medical costs and shifting insurance practices have resulted in the proliferation of outpatient surgical centers.
Lesser Known Facts About Allergy-Induced Asthma And How To Treat It
30 September 2017
You can have an allergy. You can have asthma. You can only have asthma when an allergy triggers it, but you cannot trigger an allergy with asthma. Strange, is it not? That said, there are some lesser-known facts about allergy-induced asthma and how to treat it.
Rate of Occurrence
Believe it or not, allergy-induced asthma occurs in one out of every thirteen people. That is a lot of people who get asthma attacks when their allergies flare up!