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Preventative Medicine To Consider At Your Next Doctor Office Visit

Everyone has been to the doctor when they aren't feeling well, but it's also important to see your doctor to prevent future issues. Preventative medicine does a lot to prevent and catch issues before they turn into life-threatening or life-changing conditions. If you would like to learn more, keep reading. Vaccinations One of the best ways to protect yourself from ge

Treatment Options For Opioid Addiction

Opioids are a kind of drug. Medically, opioids are often used to relieve pain. They also have been used as anesthetics. Many opioids also cause intense euphoria. Because of this, these drugs are often used recreationally. With long-term use, opioid users can develop a tolerance for and dependency on these drugs. Addiction to opioids can prove ruinous or fatal. But the

Botox or Soft Tissue Fillers? What You Need to Know About the Top Cosmetic Treatments

What are the top minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures? Take a look at what you need to know about Botox, dermal fillers, and your other aesthetic options. Botulinum Toxin Botulinum toxin type A was the most popular minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure in 2019 with 7.7 million procedures performed. Even though this injectable is the top treatment women and men

What Causes GERD And Some Ways To Manage And Treat The Condition

GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a common condition that can affect anyone of any age. The symptoms feel like heartburn, but when you have heartburn symptoms frequently, rather than just occasionally, your doctor might want to test you for GERD with a medical test such as an EGD, or esophagogastroduodenoscopy, that lets the doctor look at your esophagus th

How Medicaid Dental Protect Children From Swollen Cheek

Dental health issues often take on many different forms that can be unpredictable and difficult to manage. For example, swollen cheek may impact children and spread infections through their mouth, potentially causing many more health-related issues. And if parents cannot afford dental insurance, they may need to learn more about Medicaid Dental and the ways it provide