If your elderly parent or loved one lives with you so you can take care of him or her, and they were recently diagnosed with cervical osteophytes, here's some important information you need to know: cervical osteophytes can cause dysphagia. Here's what that means and why it's something you need to be aware of. Osteophytes and dysphagia defined Osteophytes are bo
- Hearing loss cases are on the rise, according to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). While some children are born with hearing loss, others may develop it later on. What does this mean for your child's hearing health? To start with, hearing evaluations are absolutely essential. Even though your little one may have passed their newborn hearing test
- Does your elderly loved one constantly have a hard time when taking a shower or bath? He or she may not be able to stand for long periods of time, thus making it challenging enough for them to attempt to stand in the shower long enough to wash their body. However, the tub may be too close to the floor, causing them to have to strain their body just to sit in it.
- If you are an avid runner, you probably want to get right back to it after you give birth. However, when you give birth, the muscles that control your pelvic floor and keep urine from dribbling out are weakened. This means that any shock to those muscles could cause you to have a little bit of urine come out each time. Unfortunately, there are a lot of these shocks wh
- Problems with your feet can be debilitating as they may make it difficult for you to walk or stand. Sadly, people are often extremely uninformed when it concerns their feet, and you will want to make sure that you have a fairly well-developed understanding concerning some routine foot problems that can be encountered. What Can Be Done For Those That Struggle With Foot