How To Slow Down Bone Loss With Postmenopausal Fracture Treatments

Osteoporosis is a serious condition that affects post-menopausal and senior women. Postmenopausal osteoporosis occurs after menopause when there is a sharp drop in your estrogen levels. This results in bone loss inside of your trabecular and cortical bones. Osteoporosis can have a significant impact on your quality of life. You can get a fracture from picking up the newspaper or from lifting a light package. Read on to find out what postmenopausal fracture treatments to use to slow down the rate of bone loss. Read More 

Getting Young Children To Take Medicine: It Is Possible

Think back to when you were a child and chances are you'll remember all the times you simply refused to take medicine. Well, now you're a parent, and it's your turn to try and convince your young child that he or she really needs to take medicine -- and it's your turn to deal with crying and the word "No." But it's not impossible to get your child to take medicine without an argument. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Getting An Ultrasound During Pregnancy

Learning you're going to have a child is sure to be one of the most exciting times in life. You should contact a doctor quickly if you think this is a possibility. One of the first things this professional may want to do is an ultrasound. With affordable portable ultrasound machines, it's common for many physicians to have them. You'll just need to schedule an appointment. Knowing some of the many benefits of having this testing when you're pregnant may be helpful to you in this situation. Read More 

4 Practical Tips For Preventing Falls At Home

If you have osteoporosis, then preventing falls should be a priority. One of the most important things you can do is to make your home as safe as possible. Making your home safe may take a little effort but taking the time to do it, will help reduce the risk of a fall that can lead to osteoporotic fractures.  Here are some practical home safety tips, you can use. Remove Slippery Area Rugs Read More 

5 Ways To Take Care Of Your Eyes

If eye disease runs in your family, you need to make sure that you take steps to protect and take care of your eye's health. If you already have an eye disease, it is even more important for you to take good care of your eyes. #1 Wear Sunglasses Outside You don't have to wear sunglasses at night, but you should wear them whenever you go outside, and not just in the summertime. Read More