Happier Pregnancies: The Psychological Effects Of A Sonogram


Sonograms have been used for decades to help determine the health of the fetus. In recent years, its use has become more routine. In fact, 2014 figures show that the average number of sonograms for women was 5.2 per pregnancy. Although the medical need for that many ultrasounds has been called into question, other benefits of the practice are clear. Sonograms psychologically help mothers and their families. Lessens Anxiety Women naturally worry about the health of their unborn children.

29 June 2016

A Guide To Cancer Radiology Treatments


According to studies and statistics, approximately 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be medically diagnosed before the close of 2016. Because of this, it is important to understand the process of diagnosis, treatment and other extra medical care that becomes important. Vascular radiology is an important part of this process from both a diagnostic and treatment standpoint. Read the points below to learn more about vascular radiology to understand what you or a family member might expect if they happen to deal with cancer in any shape or form.

23 June 2016

What You Should Know About Radiation Therapy For Breast Cancer


When you are diagnosed with breast cancer and it is in the early stages, you may wonder what you can and should do in regards to treatment. One of the most common treatments available for breast cancer is radiation therapy. Get to know more about radiation therapy so that you can better understand this treatment option and so that you and your oncologist can develop the best possible care and treatment program for you and your needs.

13 June 2016

What You Should Know About Treating Your HIV-Related Cancer


When you have been diagnosed with HIV, you likely know that your immune system will be compromised for the rest of your life, even with proper management of your viral load. However, what you may not be aware of is the fact that you can develop lymphoma, lung cancer, or other forms of cancer from having HIV or AIDS. In case you do develop an HIV-related cancer, get to know some of the facts that you should be aware of when you are in need of treatment for your cancer.

7 June 2016

Two Simple Daily Exercises To Help Prevent Tennis Elbow


Tennis elbow is a condition in which the muscle and tendon along the outside of the elbow become sore and inflamed. Typically, this occurs in athletes and others who perform repetitive arm motions while gripping an object tightly. It's not just tennis players who get tennis elbow. If you're a golfer, a landscaper, a carpenter, or a hockey player, you're at risk for this condition, too. Luckily, the secret to preventing tennis elbow is just to keep your forearm muscles strong and conditioned.

2 June 2016

FAQs About Diagnosing And Treating Adult ADHD


Diagnosing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, in adults can sometimes be challenging because the disorder can mimic other diseases. Your doctor might perform a number of evaluations to determine if you do have ADHD. If you believe that you have ADHD, here is what you need to know about the testing and what happens afterwards. Why Are Medical Tests Performed? Your family doctor can more than likely give you a preliminary diagnosis of ADHD.

24 May 2016

Not Interested In Being A Nurse Or Doctor? How You Can Still Work In Neonatology


When you have always wanted to pursue a career in neonatology, but you have no interest in being a nurse or doctor, you may wonder if this is even possible. While the doctors and nurses do make up an extremely important part of the care team in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), there are many other neonatal careers that can put you right in the NICU to help the parents and babies that are forced to spend their time there.

17 May 2016