Early Stages Of Heart Failure? 3 Tips For Slowing The Progression

Posted on: 24 March 2016

Being diagnosed in the early stages of heart failure opens doors to lifestyle and non-invasive methods of helping to manage the condition. Following your treatment plan closely and improving your lifestyle choices can slow further decline of your heart. Engage In Exercise Heart failure can make you nervous about placing stress on your heart. However, exercise is a positive type of stress which can help strengthen your heart and improve other coronary disease risk factors.
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Three Things You Should Know About Your Local Pharmacy

Posted on: 7 March 2016

Although most everyone associates a pharmacy with getting necessary medication, few people truly understand what goes on behind the pharmacy counter every day. The truth is, there are a lot of things that many people don't understand about pharmacies, and it often leads to misunderstandings and missed opportunities. Here are a few things that you should know about local pharmacies.  Pharmacists Do More Than Just Fill Prescriptions Although most people primarily associate the local pharmacy with filling prescriptions, that isn't their sole purpose.
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3 Things You Should Know Before A Workers Compensation Independent Medical Examination

Posted on: 23 February 2016

If you have been hurt at work and have filed a workers compensation claim, you might have been asked to see a different doctor for an independent medical examination. Basically, this involves going to a different doctor that you have never seen before to be examined. Before you go to your appointment, it is important to know and understand these three things. 1. You Shouldn't Skip It After seeing your regular doctor plenty of times about your injury or spending a lot of time in the hospital, the last thing that you probably want to do is see more doctors.
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Tips For Visiting Your Pet In The Hospital

Posted on: 17 February 2016

Illness or injury that results in a hospital stay for your pet can be stressful. Although the point of the stay is to ensure they get the treatment, rest, and recuperation that they need, your pet may also become fearful, anxious, or depressed. The following tips can help you work with the vet and hospital care team to create a care plan to set your pet at ease. Tip #1: Schedule Visiting Times
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