How To Prepare Kids For Physical Therapy After A Car Accident

Being in a car accident can be hard to handle for any grown-up, but it can be especially difficult for a child. When you add in the fact that ongoing treatments are sometimes needed for injuries sustained in an accident, it's easy for a kid to get overwhelmed. If your little one was in an automobile accident, assure them that everything is going to be alright. Physical therapy can be one of the most effective treatments to help a child feel better and continue enjoying all the things they love to do. Read More 

4 Things You Should Know About ThermiVa

Has age resulted in your vagina not being as tight as you desire it to be? You can actually undergo a minor procedure known as ThermiVa that will tighten your vagina, and no surgery will be necessary to obtain results. In this article, you will find helpful information in regards getting your vagina tightened via the ThermiVa procedure. How Is the ThermiVa Procedure Performed? During the ThermiVa procedure, thermal energy will be delivered to different areas of your vagina. Read More 

Three Reasons To Get Immunotherapy For Insect Stings

If you have recently had an allergic reaction to an insect sting, especially one from a bee, hornet, wasp, or yellowjacket, you might be preparing yourself for a lifetime of being attached to rescue allergy medication like an epinephrine pen. However, you can make that attachment a lot less scary and a lot easier by undergoing immunotherapy -- aka having allergy shots. The popular image of immunotherapy involves allergies to pets and plants, but it has been available for insect sting allergies for quite some time. Read More 

Addressing 2 Common Questions About Vaccines

It is an unfortunate fact that there are an almost countless number of diseases and illnesses that can strike you or your family. While modern medicine can be highly effective at treating these conditions one a patient has them, it is generally better for a patient to avoid as many of these diseases as possible. To this end, vaccinations can be a highly-effective treatment option, but it is common for patients to be relatively uninformed about this treatment. Read More 

4 Things Parents Need To Know About Transient Acantholytic Dermatitis

Transient acantholytic dermatosis, also known as Grover's disease, is a skin condition that is characterized by severe itching. Here are four things parents need to know about it. What are the signs of transient acantholytic dermatosis? If your child develops transient acantholytic dermatosis, you'll notice that they have crusted, red lumps on their skin. These lesions are itchy, sometimes severely so. Generally, this condition affects the trunk, upper legs, or upper arms, but it may be present in other areas of your child's skin as well. Read More