What to Expect After Partial or Full Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 2 April 2020

If you have had enough of dealing with the pain, inconvenience and poor quality-of-life that come with bad knees, then you may have taken the decision to have a full or partial knee replacement. Some people may opt to do both knees at the same time to get it over with in one go or, of course, if they have an equal amount of pain in each one. You may be wondering how long it will take you to get back to normal, what you need to do after the operation and just how much difficulty you will have to deal with. [Read More]

Five Advantages of Micro BTE Hearing Aids

Posted on: 29 January 2020

Compared to ITE (in-ear) hearing aids, BTE (behind-the-ear) aids have many benefits. The least noticeable type of BTE hearing aid is the micro BTE hearing aid, which is much smaller than a standard BTE aid. Here are five reasons why you should find a micro BTE hearing aid provider so you can reap the benefits of this kind of hearing aid technology. 1. No Whistling Many ITE hearing aid users complain about a whistling or whining noise coming from their hearing aid. [Read More]

Delivery Options That You Can Discuss With Your Obstetrician

Posted on: 25 November 2019

What some women may take for granted about giving birth is that their chosen method of delivery may end up not being their actual delivery method. Considering the magnitude of carrying and birthing a child, some complications could crop up that would have you change your original birth plan. Fortunately, familiarizing yourself with the different options available can go a long way toward easing any anxiety if you do end up having to switch your plan. [Read More]

A Malodorous Mystery: What Could Be Causing Your Bad Breath?

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Everyone's breath gets a bit whiffy on occasion. But what about when that bad breath is a permanent fixture that won't go away no matter how many breath mints you suck on? You might already suspect the cause, particularly if your diet features a number of olfactory offenders. You might also be a smoker, or you might be on medication that causes dryness in your mouth. But what about when you have no idea why your breath is so bad? [Read More]