A Digital Bottle Cap Will Help You Keep Track Of Doses And Monitor Your Medication Supply

Posted on: 15 December 2018

Taking a prescription pain medication may be necessary if you have recently undergone surgery on your leg. The last thing you need to worry about is missing a dose, taking too much medication, or having someone tamper with your medication without your knowledge. If you secure a digital medication bottle cap to your pill bottle, you will be aware of when to take your next dose of medication and if anyone has opened your bottle without your consent. [Read More]

You Should Have Listened To Your Mother: Tips For Dealing With Regrettable Tattoos

Posted on: 15 November 2018

Many people currently have tattoos they regret, whether it is the name of a former partner, a misspelled quote, or symbolic of gang affiliation. Finding ways to make the tattoo less obvious, especially when it is in a conspicuous area, can be challenging but not impossible. Utilize Makeup Since any steps to remove a tattoo can be a lengthy process, you will need to figure out ways to conceal the tattoo in the meantime. [Read More]

Debunking Myths: 3 Reasons To Stop Avoiding Palliative Care

Posted on: 12 November 2018

Although palliative care is not a new branch of medicine, there remain misunderstandings about palliative treatments that can make it harder to manage a serious illness. Palliative care is one of the best options to improve your quality of life.  1. Palliative Care Is Not Hospice Some people tend to equate palliative care with hospice. Although many people who are in hospice also receive palliative care, they are not synonymous. Hospice care is exclusively for people with a serious illness that has progressed to a point where their life expectancy is six months or less. [Read More]

Why Intraoperative Monitoring Of Canine Vital Signs Is Crucial

Posted on: 5 November 2018

If your dog will be undergoing a surgical procedure, chances are that it will require the use of general anesthesia. Veterinary anesthesia systems are used to administer the proper type and amount of anesthesia for your pet based on weight, age, and current health status. While your dog is under anesthesia, the veterinarian will monitor its vital signs carefully because failure to do so may result in a poor prognosis. Here are some reasons why intraoperative monitoring of your dog's vital signs is crucial to its health: [Read More]