Preventing Hearing Loss In Your Unborn Baby: What You Need To Know

Almost all babies born in the United States receive a hearing test from the hospital or birthing center as a routine part of neonatal care. Sometimes, hearing loss can be hereditary. However, some infant hearing loss is due to infection while in the womb, which can often be prevented. If you're expecting a child or considering starting a family, there are some methods available to help lower the risk for hearing loss inn your infant, ensuring he or she does well on the hearing test. Read More 

Different Types Of Breast Surgery And Why They Are Medically Necessary

Typically when one thinks of breast surgery, they automatically think it is for the purpose of enlarging the breasts. While this is one common reason women have breast surgery, it is not the only reason. There are different types of breast surgery that are performed that are actually medically necessary for the patient's health. Breast Cancer Surgery Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death to women in the United States today. Read More 

Simple Tips To Improve Your Sleep

Do you often have issues falling asleep? If so, this may impact and complicate your day to day life, which can be a health issue. If you are seeking ways to improve your nightly sleep, there are things that you can do on your own, which can help your quality of sleep each night. So, rather than assume doctor visits are a must you will find it easy and helpful to make minor lifestyle changes, which can improve your sleep tremendously. Read More 

4 Ways To Deal With Your Severe Astigmatism

If you are living with a severe astigmatism, your vision may not only be a little blurry but objects may seem crooked when they are not. To help you deal with these difficulties in your sight, try one or all of the suggestions below. Use A Level When Hanging Pictures When you are hanging pictures on your walls, you may see them as straight when they are actually crooked. Also, a straight picture may seem off centered to your vision. Read More 

Eye Allergies And How To Relieve The Symptoms

The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology estimates that 50 million people in the United States have seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies can cause the same symptoms as the common cold, including red, itchy, watery eyes. They may be accompanied by swollen eyelids or conjunctivitis. Here are some ways to stop the suffering of eye allergies and a few things you can do to help alleviate them from occurring at all. Read More