A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer may make you feel helpless and alone. However, you shouldn't give up hope. There are several treatment options available for pancreatic cancer patients. Learn more about the treatment options available to you so that you're fully informed before discussing your options with your oncologist (like those at ATLAS ONCOLOGY).
If your doctor determines that your tumor can be removed completely, he or she may suggest the Whipple Procedure.
Hearing loss can happen so gradually that it's easy to overlook until it becomes severe. The good news is that if your hearing loss is advanced enough, you may benefit greatly from a hearing aid. Here are four signs it's time for a hearing aid:
You're Having Frequent Misunderstandings
Sometimes, before hearing loss is recognized, it can lead to a sudden uptick in misunderstandings and arguments with loved ones. If you can't clearly make out what people are saying to you, or miss words and sentences spoken at a softer volume, your responses may sound as though you aren't listening at all or don't care what your loved one has said.
If you have recently discovered that you suffer from pet allergies and you already have pets that you have taken into your home, you might think that you are going to be stuck in a constant state of misery forever. Sure, you could find another home for your pets, but if you are like many people, you may consider them a part of your family and you can't just ditch family.
If you have sensitive skin, you probably know that the vast majority of effective ways to remove hair can be painful or downright dangerous for your skin. While most people can tolerate shaving, waxing, and other hair removal methods, those with sensitive skin aren't so lucky. Thankfully, there's one excellent method of removing hair that will work for those with sensitive skin and won't cause the damage that other methods do: laser hair removal.
If your child has asthma, then like many parents, you may be on the edge of your seat worried about a possible attack. And if your child wants to play sports, you obviously don't want to put them in a situation where it's even harder for them to catch their breath. However, the good news is the National Library of Medicine says that regular activity can help strengthen lungs and reduce asthma symptoms for many people.