Category: Health Care & Medical

  • How to Become a Labor and Delivery Nurse

    Labor and delivery nurses are usually the ones who help patients through the life-changing moment of childbirth. Childbirth is a beautiful moment, but it is also a high-pressure process that is not always pleasant. Labor and delivery nurses are highly trained to handle the most stressful of situations. They multitask during the birthing process by […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Searching for a Caregiver

    COVID-19 has, unfortunately, created an entire new class of people with disabled or aging family members to support. When it comes to finding reliable, compassionate care, your choices can be overwhelming. Do you choose to bring a caregiver into your home or bring your patient to a care facility? Fortunately, we have you covered. Here […]

  • Turn Your Job Into A Vacation: Travel Nursing 101

    With a traditional job, vacations come every year or so. However, with traveling nurse jobs, vacations can happen more frequently. Because travel nurses work in a variety of places, moving from assignment to assignment, vacations are sometimes more difficult because they can impact such things as insurance or might not be near typical vacation spots. […]

  • Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

    It is an unfortunate reality that even the best doctors, surgeons, and medical professionals make mistakes. Most of the time, the mistakes are small and the patient experiences little if no pain and/or no lasting injury. However, when a big surgical mistake occurs, the outcome for the patient can be devastating. If a patient is […]

  • The Rise of Eye-Lift Surgery

    The Pandemic is doing the beautiful woman no favors. Most of us are stuck hiding our faces behind a horrid mask. Yet, according to the UK Mirror, beauty brand Pall Mall notes that they saw an increase of 167% in eye-lift procedures after mandatory masks were introduced. Eye-lift surgeries mean undertaking a risky operation that […]

  • Common Causes of Difficulty Swallowing for Older People

    With age comes increasing demands from your body and the need to take better care of yourself, which means practicing healthy habits. But it also means understanding the specific afflictions that could arise as you get older. This includes dysphagia, whether as the primary ailment or secondary to a different health condition.  On an average […]

  • Storage Pods Getting New Life as COVID Medical Rooms

    The United States is suffering a massive blow thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate that there are over nine million active COVID-19 cases, with over 230,000 deaths. Governments have rushed to save their populations around the world, putting up new structures to deal with the influx of cases and […]

  • How Medicaid Can Help With COVID

    Nowadays, the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be affecting every facet of life. The guidelines on how to prevent it are engraved on everybody’s mind: wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer often if water is not available, avoid touching your face, wear a mask, and stay at least six feet away from other people. However, […]

  • The Difference Between Family Medicine Vs. Internal Medicine

    Going to the doctor is the ideal time to find out if you’re suffering from any serious illnesses. There are so many types of diseases out there and your body keeps changing and adapting over time, which is why it’s important to visit the doctor and get yourself checked regularly. If you’re suffering from an […]