3 Allergy Symptoms And When You Should Get Tested

Allergies can affect you in a number of ways and can be caused by a number of things, including food, outside elements, or other things. If you have allergy symptoms, you may have confused the symptoms with other illnesses, including the cold or the flu, but it could actually be allergies. If you have allergies, the symptoms may be reoccurring and you may also notice that they affect you during a specific time of the year, or only when you are exposed to one specific thing. [Read More]

What To Expect From Your First DOT Physical

When you first started embarking on a career as a commercial truck driver, you may not have realized you'd have to undergo a medical exam to get your license. If your DOT physical approaches, you may be feeling a little anxious and uncertain. This is normal, but in most cases, you really don't have anything to be concerned about. DOT physicals are pretty straightforward. Here's what you can expect. Vision and Hearing Testing [Read More]

Three Of The Most Common Signs That You Need A Knee Replacement

Knees are a vital joint that allows for unrestricted movement of your legs, but over time they can become more and more problematic. This is due to the very nature of the joint, as there is a lot of stress placed upon it. People often find they have trouble with their knees as they get older. While no one enjoys having to get knee replacement surgery, for a lot of people, it could dramatically increase their quality of life. [Read More]

How Infusion Therapy Can Benefit Those Undergoing Cancer Treatment

Infusion therapy is a method of delivering vital medication or nutrients to a patient who would benefit from bypassing oral medication or food. This may be due to them being too ill to eat or too ill to absorb medication and nutrients in the digestive tract. Additionally, there are some medications that either cannot be taken orally or do not work as quickly or as well when taken orally. Infusion therapy is typically administered in a hospital or health care clinic setting, but some patients are able to access the therapy at home. [Read More]