Making it Through Menopause

Is Your Eyelid Drooping? You May Have Ptosis

Did you wake up one day to find that your eyelid looked droopy? Or maybe this symptom has come on over time, with your eyelid slowly drooping lower and lower over a period of weeks or months. In either case, this condition is known as ptosis. Its appearance may be concerning, but luckily, there are many ways to treat it. Read on to learn more about ptosis. What causes ptosis? Read More 

Signs Of A Broken Toe And Treatments That Help It Heal

Toe injuries are fairly common since toes can be hurt by dropping things on them or by getting stepped on. Stubbing your toe on a coffee table or other hard object is very painful too. Although the pain is often intense with these injuries, the pain usually goes away fairly quickly. You might wonder at the time if your toe is broken, but the pain from a broken toe usually lasts much longer. Read More 

Scheduled For Rhinoplasty? 4 Tips For A Successful Recovery Period

If you're scheduled for rhinoplasty, now's the time to start planning for the recovery. The last thing you want to do is wait until the last minute. Your doctor will provide you with a list of post-operative instructions, but there are still some things that you'll need to know to ensure a safe and comfortable recovery period. Here are four tips you should follow that will help you during your recovery from rhinoplasty. Read More 

3 Keys For Getting An MRI

When you're interested in getting the utmost in medical care, it's necessary that you know what you're looking for. One of the most common forms of medical care that people get is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). To be sure that you're able to get a professional grade MRI, you'll want to contact some imaging professionals in your area that will give you the best diagnostics. Take advantage of the tips in this article so that you can find an MRI professional and get the assistance you need. Read More 

Suggestions For Dealing With The Congestion And Pain Of Sinusitis

Sinusitis often accompanies a common cold, so you might decide to put up with the symptoms or use over-the-counter nasal sprays to relieve the congestion and stuffiness. If sinusitis is caused by a cold, the condition usually clears up as your cold symptoms disappear. Other times, a sinus infection can linger for weeks or even months. When that happens, you may need to see an ear, nose, and throat specialist or ENT doctor to find out what's causing the infection and to get it treated. Read More