2019

  • Easy Guide to Three Common Medical Imaging Services

    Medical imaging services are crucial in modern health care since they allow health practitioners to have a clear, visual representation of what is going on in your body. Whether it is a break in your bones, internal bleeding or even abnormal growths on the organs, medical imaging allows doctors to not only diagnose the issue but also monitor the progress of the treatment and prevent further complications. Some people may have preconceived notions about medical imaging that are false.
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  • Considering Spending Your Retirement in a Retirement Village? Here's What to Know

    When you retire, your family home may no longer be suitable for you to live in. This is why you should start thinking about where you want to spend your old age before retirement. Have you considered moving into a retirement village? In Australia, a retirement village is the most popular retirement living option. If you're soon retiring and are wondering if moving into this type of facility is right for you, here's everything you need to know to make an informed decision.
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  • Three steps to take if you tear your meniscus

    The meniscus is a piece of cartilage found in the knee. This tissue can tear if you suffer from any conditions that cause cartilage degeneration, or if your knee is subjected to any form of physical trauma -- for example, if you fall over and hit your knee, or if your knee is struck by a very heavy object. If you are currently suffering from this medical issue, here are some steps you should take to ensure you make a full recovery:
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  • 2 Ways To Practice Self-Care When You're Caring For A Loved One With Cancer

    Despite many advancements in medical science, cancer is still the biggest health issue in Australia. Around 138,000 people are diagnosed with this awful disease every year, and it's one of the leading causes of death. Even when cancer isn't terminal, treatment and the battle to survive it can be a long, tough and exhausting struggle for many people. As well as being a difficult road for the sufferer, cancer is also an intensely challenging time for the person who cares for them.
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