Posts Tagged“health”

There is a popular conception of therapy – that is the classic form of ‘talk therapy.’ It involves a psychologist with a pencil and a notepad, a couch, and a client. Some approaches still use this method, but there are quite a few different types of therapies that might be used – sometimes a combination of one or more – to assist clients when it comes to overcoming problems that can range from mental issues to addictions and more. Some types of therapy are inpatient, some are given through an intensive outpatient program, and some are just casual outpatient programs.…

Whether it’s from chronic pain, losing your job, or any other life event, depression is something that everyone deals with at some point in their lives. Occasional depression is normal, however, severe depression that limits your quality of life is not. The trick is to know the difference between being slightly depressed and needing help for severe depression. If you are trying to tell the difference between the two, read on below for a few of the top symptoms of severe depression and how you can help yourself or your loved one get through this dark period in your lives.…

Lisa M Cannon is aware that birth defects are fairly common effecting over 3% of all babies throughout the US and these are the top ten things that you need to know about them. Sadly, one in five of babies born with a defect or defects will die within the first year of their life. Those who surpass the year may have life long illness and a much shorter life span than average. They may be prone to infections and movement learning and speech could all be very limited depending on the severity of their condition. Very often there is…

At a recent medical conference I had the pleasure to speak with the remarkable John Kang Liquidmetal supporter and one of the most professional and ethical surgical oncologists that I know. John Kang MC was in attendance to talk about his love of Liquidmetal and other technological advancements in the medical industry. John Kang tells me that he would like to see more money invested into R & D for technological advancements in medicine, but nonetheless he is still very excited at some of the ideas which are on the horizon. John was kind enough to talk to me about…

If you have been thinking about going under the knife and having some rhinoplasty surgery then you, much like I was, have no doubt been scouring the web to find answers to your questions. Last year I was in your position, searching for information and trying to find a surgeon here in Raleigh , NC who had some positive reviews online. Thankfully I was able to find a star surgeon in Sr. Adam Stein who works out of Stein Plastic Surgery here in Raleigh, NC. After a quick review of my general health and a brief of what would happen,…

I spend a great deal of time in schools and colleges speaking about a wide variety of careers with the students. Something which I always try to get for the students is some information directly from a professional which I can share with them and so that they can learn straight from the horse’s mouth as it were. This is the reason why I spent some time last week with the excellent Ryan Shephard, an orthopedic surgeon who works out of Gaylord, Michigan. Doctor Shepherd offers a wide range of services for his patience and prides himself in excellence, but…

A sports therapist is someone who utilizes different physical therapy techniques to help someone who’s been injured with sports to cure their injury or to help the injury cure faster on its own. These medical professionals utilize sports massage, devices, and other therapies that work collectively to solve issues regarding the muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments. The sports therapist will design a curriculum that includes the different therapies and then oversees the implementation of these therapies with patients. The goal of the therapy curriculum is to improve the patient’s health and to rid the patient of any injuries sustained while…

Everyone in today’s world knows how important it is to take care of the body you have, because you certainly can’t get a new one. However, the way you go about taking care it is just as important as doing it. While you want to get out there and get in shape, eat right, and any other number of things, you need to make sure you are taking care of your body after the day is done as well. Keeping that in mind, read on below for a few of the top tips out there for taking care of yourself…

Diet and exercise are both essential to your physical and emotional well-being. Consuming proper nutrition gives your body the fuel it needs to properly function, while the right amount of physical activity is vital to ridding the body of junk, maintaining proper weight, and building muscle. If you’re trying to live better, finding a way to incorporate both healthy eating and exercise into your lifestyle is imperative. Yet, with so many different food programs and physical activities to choose from, you’ll need to narrow down the options using various factors to determine which is right for you. Think of Preexisting…

What more people are coming to realize is that to be healthy is a lot more than just eating the right foods, exercising, and getting good sleep at night. There are a lot of factors that play a role in the stability of your physical and mental well-being. In order to stay on top of your health, it is imperative that you listen and pay attention to signs your mind or body might be sending you. What you may have brushed off as nothing more than an off day, could essentially be something more. How do you know when your…