Healthcare professionals use mobile powered equipment carts as they move from patient to patient. These mobile carts enable the provider to offer the best in patient care. They allow the provider immediate and simultaneous access to the patient and their records. They prevent the need to carry bulky records from station to bed, and they keep […]
Dental fillings are not the first thing you think of when you choose cremation for your loved one, but if you want to recover gold fillings to keep, or recycle, it’s a decision that needs to be made before the cremation process begins. Ideally, as part of the end-of-life planning process, the family should be […]
A variety of conditions can cause arm pain. In numerous cases, arm pain results from problems with the back or spine. Fortunately, it is possible to achieve relief from arm pain and discomfort. Arm pain doctors in Garden City, MI can ease your suffering by alleviating the cause of your pain. Understanding Arm Pain Neuropathy, […]
While not always considered, cremation pacemaker removal is an essential step to prepare the body for the crematorium. Without removing the pacemaker, the intense heat could lead to an explosion within the chamber. The main risk with pacemakers is the lithium batteries found inside the devices; they can explode in the intense heat of cremation.
So, you’ve got a dental restoration and think that it’s going to last a lifetime. But dentists are seeing a large number of patients returning for treatment because their dental restorations in California have failed.
Hypertension, otherwise known as high blood pressure, plagues a large portion of Americans. Approximately 85 million individuals in the U.S. struggle with hypertension. The increase in recent decades likely comes as a result of the growth of the processed food industry, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Research shows that the more and better informed people are about smoking, the higher their chance of quitting. At the moment it is estimated that over 1 billion people in the world smoke. That means 1 in 3 adults on the planet are smokers! Smoking ‘epidemic’ is likely to kill two out of three Australian […]
Muscle soreness is an inevitable side effect of strenuous exercise or activity, especially after you’re not used to using your muscles in such a capacity for long periods of time. Also known as “muscle fever,” muscle soreness is defined as a stiff pain occurring in your muscles that can last between one and three days […]
The spine is made up of bones (the vertebrae) and cushiony discs (spinal discs). The discs cushion the space between each vertebra, allowing the spine to move and bend freely without pain. These spinal discs are made of tissue and water, with the thicker, outside tissue protecting the softer inside tissue. When one of these […]
Achilles injuries are common, even among people with relatively sedentary lifestyles. The cause of Achilles tendonitis is wear and tear on the Achilles tendon, which can be caused by sports injuries, repetitive injuries such as standing on tiptoes, or even intensive movement while wearing high-heels. Certain existing conditions and medications can also increase the risk […]