Traveling To Undergo Breast Augmentation Surgery? Consider Staying In A Hotel Near The Clinic

If you're planning to have your breasts augmented and you've done a lot of research on the different clinics at which to get the procedure done, it's possible that you're considering a clinic in a different city or state. While it might be tempting to travel to the city, have the procedure done, and then return home right afterward, it's worthwhile to consider booking a hotel in the city for a few days. Read More 

Getting An Earful (Of Relaxation): What ASMR Can Do For You

Getting yourself to sit back and relax can be hard to do, especially if you're bored of your normal relaxation tips and techniques, or if your techniques are limited to a certain location (sea shore, yoga classroom, steam room) that you just can't get to right now. But did you know that a whole new world of relaxation is open to you so long as you have internet access and a pair of headphones? Read More 

3 Tips To Staying On Top Of Your Orthopedic Health

Bone and joint illnesses and conditions can limit the way that you live your life. It can cause you to lead a very painful life that doesn't include your favorite physical activities. If you want to try to keep this from happening to you later in life, here are three tips to improving your overall orthopedic health: 1. Consume the Right Foods. To promote healthy joints and bones, you need to make sure that you are consuming a well-balanced and healthy diet. Read More 

Need To Reduce Your Weight Before Conceiving? What Are Your Healthiest Options?

If you've been informed by your doctor that you need to drop some weight before you can safely carry a child to term, you may be feeling a whirlwind of emotions — and for those who have spent years (or decades) trying to lose weight and keep it off, such advice may be tantamount to telling you you'll never be able to bear a child. Fortunately, there are some methods (some of which you can implement today, and some of which may require a surgeon's assistance) that may be able to help you lose weight and improve your fertility. Read More 

5 Reasons To Go To The Doctor Even Though You’re Healthy

It's way too easy to put off going to the doctor until something is majorly wrong. In reality though, seeing a primary care physician once a year or so, even if you are healthy, is a very important part of preventative care. Your primary care physician is there to monitor your health over time and to notice if something is wrong, even if you don't have obvious symptoms yet. Here are five reasons to go to a doctor, such as one at a place like Rural Health Services Consortium Inc. Read More