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Losing Weight Requires You To Make Lifelong Changes

Losing weight on your own can be difficult to do depending on your overall health and genetics. Many people do not realize that every person loses weight differently. Just because one diet works for one person doesn't mean it will work for another. If you are interested in losing weight and keeping it off, you need to make a permanent lifestyle change. If you only go on a fad diet, you may lose the weight, but it will come right back as soon as you start eating normally again. Read More 

5 Signs That Your Contact Lenses Are Damaging Your Eyes

If you can't see well and don't like the look of eyeglasses, then contact lenses can seem like a lifesaver. When they fit properly and are properly cared for, contact lenses can allow you to see well without having to wear visible eyeglasses. However, you should know that contact lenses can be very dangerous and can put your eyes at a serious risk, so it's important to be cautious when wearing them. Read More 

2 Mistakes To Avoid When Inserting An IV

Inserting an IV can be one of the most stressful things you will do as a health care professional. Not only can finding a vein be nearly impossible, but many patients bring their bad experiences into the examination room with them, which can further complicate the task of inserting an IV. If you want to put your patients at ease and ensure that you are avoiding sloppy IV insertions, here are 2 mistakes you should try to avoid. Read More 

Preparing For Breast Augmentation Recovery

If you are going to have breast implants placed to help enhance your look, you may be a bit worried about the effects the procedure will have on your body and what type of recovery to expect. Here are some of the more common symptoms you may experience and how to relieve them so that your recovery goes smoothly. Dealing With Pain Getting breast implants is a major surgery, so some pain is to be expected after your anesthesia wears off. Read More 

What Can an Addiction Center Do for You?

It can be hard to admit when you or a loved one is in need of help to overcome addiction. An addiction rehab center is one source of recovery, and it is very useful for those in danger of relapse. An rehab center has several benefits over home-based recovery. Because it is such a personal matter with potential social repercussions, many people hesitate to reach out to a rehab center for help. Read More