Three Topics To Discuss When You’re Hiring In-Home Care

If your elderly parents are experiencing some challenges with living independently but aren't yet ready to move into a retirement home or nursing home, it's ideal to think about contacting a health agency, like Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care, and arranging some in-home care. A health aide can visit your parents at specified times -- or a team of aides can stay with them around the clock -- to provide a wide range of health services. Read More 

What You Should Know About Your Child’s Köhler Disease

When you become a parent, you worry about all of the common health issues that your child may have. However, you may not consider the possibility that your child will suffer from a less common or less well-known health problem such as Köhler disease. If your child is diagnosed with this rare and uncommon health disorder, you may find yourself in need of more information about the disease as well as about your child's treatment options. Read More 

Foot Fungus After Military Service? Where’d That Come From?

Veterans go through a lot during their service, and there's no shortage of injuries and conditions that can slow down or weaken civilian life. Not all problems are massive tragedies such as missing limbs and depression, and there are even problems that are less of an issue than head pains or leg problems. Every military veteran, regardless of their job code, has some experience with a terrible combination of events that could lead to foot fungus. Read More 

How To Treat Meniere’s Disease

If you have Meniere's disease, then you have to find a way to control your symptoms. Meniere's disease is a disorder of your inner ear that causes you to experience symptoms in episodes. The inner ear is responsible for detecting and balancing sound. If you are showing signs of Meniere's disease, then it is time to call a hearing doctor. Read on to find out how to treat this disease. Read More 

How To Explain Food Allergies To Your Kids

Food allergies can be from caused from nuts, dairy, eggs, shellfish/fish, wheat and certain dyes within foods. Having any of these food allergies can make eating difficult, and makes it especially difficult when you are a kid. Your child needs to understand his own food allergy so you can keep him safe when he's at school or at a friend's house. Start as early as possible explaining your child's food allergy to help keep him safe. Read More