Ways To Correct Your Obstructive Sleep Apnea Without A CPAP Machine
12 June 2020
When a person has obstructive sleep apnea, his or her throat muscles collapse and block the airway during sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea can cause symptoms like daytime fatigue, sore throats, headaches, irritability, depression, and so on.
Some people are able to manage this issue with a contiguous-positive airway pressure (CPAP) device. However, some patients are unable to get used to a CPAP device, or they may not feel as much relief as they'd hope.
How Precise Oncotype DX Testing Gives Your Oncologist The Best Options For Treating Your Unique Breast Cancer Disease
10 June 2020
It's emotionally difficult for people who receive results from a breast biopsy showing that they have breast cancer. The shock of this diagnosis may either have you reeling or praying. If you can just hang on to the strength within you, tell yourself that everyone's breast cancer is different. Innovative breast cancer treatments are advanced these days, and different treatments are tailored to treat your specific cancer diagnosis with positive results.
Sports-Induced Sciatica: How It Happens And What To Do
9 June 2020
Sciatica is a pain that is impossible to ignore. Whether you are sitting down or standing up, when this nerve pain shoots down from the thigh or lower back, it is often crippling. While this concern is common with pregnant women and those individuals who lead a sedentary lifestyle, it can even target athletes by way of an injury. Learn more about the sports associated risk and how to manage this condition.
How Remote Medical Transcription Services Help Small-Town Doctors
5 June 2020
For some doctors, the goal of becoming a small-town physician is a noble and exciting one and inspires them to work hard to succeed. They may think that such a career choice would be more relaxing than working in a big-city hospital. However, that isn't always the case. Small-town doctors can be very busy and may need medical transcription services to keep their records in order.
Record-Keeping Helps Small-Town Doctors