How To Manage The Psychological Effects Of A Prosthesis

Posted on: 14 July 2017

Major injuries to the limbs don't just have a significant impact on your overall physical health. For the average person, these injuries can also have a psychological impact. This is true not just at the onset of the injury, but even as your transition to a prosthetic. Knowing how to navigate through this new stage in life can be especially helpful. Embrace Acceptance One of the best things you can do to improve your psychological state is to embrace the idea of acceptance.
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Four Ways To Decorate Around Your Walk-In Tub

Posted on: 22 June 2017

Adding a walk-in tub to your bathroom can be a great option if you have mobility issues or if you are caring for an elderly relative. You can make the bathtub area look and feel more upscale while still providing the accessibility you need. Here are a few decorating options to consider as you plan to install your new walk-in bathtub.  Install Floating Shelves Floating shelves on the walls around the tub can provide a place to display candles and decor items, and they can also make soaps and shampoos easily accessible.
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4 Benefits To Getting Care At A Walk In Clinic

Posted on: 28 February 2017

There may come a time where you need medical care pretty quickly and don't have the option to wait around for a regular doctor appointment. In this situation, it's a good idea to visit a walk in clinic. There are clinics all over the world that offer this type of service to people of all ages. You may find it's the best option for you. Keep reading to better understand the benefits to getting care at a walk in clinic.
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What Should You Eat To Ease Macular Degeneration?

Posted on: 27 January 2017

If you have talked to people with macular degeneration, you may have heard a lot about the potential of diet or vitamins to help change the progress. There is still a lot that we need to know about preventing and reversing macular degeneration, but medical professionals do suggest that your diet may influence the health of your eyes. Certain vitamins and nutrients may be helpful to begin taking now. They may not be able to reverse the signs of macular degeneration or prevent the condition altogether, but doctors believe they may be able to slow progress of the disease considerably.
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