Questions Orthopedic Surgery Patients Often Have

Posted on: 20 August 2015
Injuries to your joints can be extremely debilitating, and surgery is often required to repair this type of damage. Luckily, arthroscopic surgery has made it possible for your doctor to perform these procedures using much smaller incisions, which allow patients to experience a much shorter recovering time. However, if you have never undergone this type of procedure, you may benefit from the following answers to common arthroscopic surgery questions.  What Should You Expect Immediately Following Arthroscopic Surgery?
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5 Signs Your Toddler Needs Pediatric Speech Therapy

Posted on: 7 August 2015
If you have a toddler, he or she may find it difficult to pronounce certain words or construct complex sentences. It's normal of preschoolers to mispronounce consonant sounds, such as "th" or "l." The word "math" may end up sounding more like "maf." Likewise, "long" may be mispronounced as "wong." Nevertheless, you should at least be able to understand most of your youngster's words. In addition, if your little one's speech does not show improvement over time, you may want to consider pediatric speech therapy.
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Worried About Breast Implants? How Liposuction Can Help

Posted on: 28 July 2015
If you have been considering having a breast augmentation but do not like the idea of implanting something foreign an inorganic in your body, there is another natural alternative to silicon, saline, or form-stable implants. You can have excess fat removed from one part of your body, such as the thighs or belly, and transfer it to your breasts. In addition to using a material that has been grown in your own body, there are other advantages to this type of breast augmentation.
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Seniors: 3 Tips To Make Handling Your Medication Easier

Posted on: 30 June 2015
If you are a senior citizen, there is a good chance that you are on at least a few medications, even if you are still in pretty good health. Handling your medication can be a big pain, but there are a few things that you can do to make it easier. Follow these tips, and you're sure to find that taking your medication is easier than ever before. 1. Set Up a Delivery Schedule
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