Welcome to 2019! There are so many things that make anybody feel stressed nowadays. You’ve got the news bringing pessimism to the world, your job…
No matter how careful we try to be with our own personal safety, at some time in our lives we will all have to deal with a serious personal injury. These injuries can happen in a car accident or slipping on an icy sidewalk, or even in the ostensible safety of our own homes. As a matter of fact, according to statistics from the National Safety Council, a majority of accidents resulting in serious personal injuries actually do occur to persons at home.
If your life has been affected by a life-altering injury or event such as a car accident or other type of injury, the after-effects can be devastating and in some cases, hard to understand. Moving forward may seem impossible, especially if you’re now facing any type of physical or mental limitation. It’s important to know that you’re not alone and that there are resources available to provide assistance.
With the news media and the popular press so highly focused on varicose veins and varicose vein treatment these days, most adults know that edema in the legs, i.e. swelling of the legs, is a very common symptom of varicose veins. People also know that varicose veins are highly hereditary so if your mom, dad, aunts, and uncles have varicose veins, you are far more likely than the general population to have them too.
Sinusitis or an infection of the sinus is a condition that results in the inflammation of the air cavities in the nose. The condition may be caused by an allergy or irritation of the airways in the nasal cavity. Some symptoms of the problem include headaches, tenderness in the facial tissues, pain in the sinuses, stuffiness in the nose, fever, sore throat, and swelling in the face.
Diabetes is a disease that has a tremendous effect on the eyes, heart, kidneys, nerves and other organs of the body. Apart from that, did you know that gum disease and diabetes are linked? It’s time that you are aware that people with diabetes are at high risk of developing gum disease, compared to the average person who does not have diabetes.