What happens when the “cheerleader” gets ill, that is, your caregiver can’t perform his/her duties due to illness? Difficult question and one I’m certain we have all dealt with at one time or another. I … Read the rest
Healthcare should not be as challenging as it is. Patients are often left fending for themselves, getting little direction from anyone. In addition, being willing to use necessary and potentially groundbreaking new products should be … Read the rest
Story by Kaeley Rolland
(Update: As of publication, Kaeley is now 75lbs down from December 2015)
Weekly weigh in was today. It’s been three weeks since I had my VSG – Vertical Sleeve Gasterectomy and … Read the rest
No series on spinal cord injury would be complete without an article on depression. But there are many articles on depression, pick one, any one, and you can learn the signs and symptoms of depression. … Read the rest
Holistic Nutritionist, Ariane Labelle shares her top five secrets to feeling more energized and controlling weight.
Let’s face it, in today’s day in age – being healthy isn’t easy. I don’t care what anybody says.
Everything you thought … Read the rest
Most of us present different sides of ourselves depending on the situation. People would generally not make jokes and say curse words at a business meeting, just as they would most likely not show their … Read the rest
Oh no…..the dreaded reddened skin. You know what I’m talking about. Sitting too long, getting ready for bedtime, undressing, and there it is…..the reddened skin and immediately dreaded doom sets in. What’s it going to … Read the rest
Urinary tract infections or UTIs, we are all plagued with these obnoxious occurrences. Most of us are using a urinary catheter on a frequent basis leading to the risk of urinary infections. But what happens … Read the rest