How Being a Health Care Clinic Volunteer Changed My Life

  • Is Your Partner An Alcoholic? Here Are 4 Common Signs

    25 November 2019

    Alcoholism is well-known for destroying relationships and families, so it's often frightening for people when they suspect that their partner has a drinking problem. However, early treatment can help your partner recover before their drinking becomes even heavier. If you're wondering whether or not your partner is an alcoholic, you'll find four common signs below. 1. Your Partner Is Defensive About the Amount They're Drinking Many alcoholics are defensive about their drinking habits.

  • Tips For Choosing And Using A Home Health Care Service

    4 November 2019

    If you are trying to do right by your loved one's health and wellness, there are plenty of home healthcare providers that can assist you. This will be a cornerstone for taking care of their needs, whether they're elderly or if they have any sorts of extra medical requirements. By taking the time to reach out to professionals that can assist you with this kind of work, you will also feel great about the level of care that they receive.

  • Why Consider Stem Cell Therapy For Knee Pain?

    15 August 2019

    Arthritis is an incurable condition. It can affect people of any age, although it's more common in older adults. Osteoarthritis occurs as the cartilage in your joints degrades over time. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that can be brought on by stress if a person is genetically predisposed to it. There's no way to prevent arthritis from developing, and unfortunately, there is no cure. All types of arthritis are degenerative diseases, which mean they damage your body over time.

  • At Risk for Alzheimer's? Four Reasons You Need APOE Genetic Testing

    5 March 2019

    If you're worried about the risk of developing Alzheimer's, you have reason to be. According to statistics, roughly 44 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with the disease. The same statistics show that only about 1 in 4 people who have Alzheimer's have been properly diagnosed. That means that 3 out of 4 people may be carrying the disease, but not know it. Luckily, testing is available that can help you identify your risk for developing the disease.