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An Inspired Wellness Wishlist

December 5th, 2018
Wellness wishlist

What better gift than a gift of wellness? What better reason to treat yourself to a gift than simply because you deserve it? There’s no need to wait for your birthday or the holidays to roll around, especially when the reward is good for your well-being — good for your mind, your body, and your soul. We all deserve to treat ourselves now and again, and the fact that we are doing it for the sake of own health minimizes the guilt and maximizes the benefits. The following are just a few suggestions for wellness items to add to your personal wishlist. Your mind Of course, you want to take care... Read More

5 Ways to Improve Quality of Life While Living with Lung Disease

November 10th, 2018
Battling Lung Disease

Millions of people living with lung disease experience symptoms that diminish their quality of life. From shortness of breath and difficulty breathing to persistent, painful coughs, and recurrent pneumonia, the symptoms of lung diseases like COPD and emphysema make it hard to complete the simplest daily tasks. However, people living with lung disease don’t have to accept their symptoms lying down. With good self-management practices, lung disease patients can significantly improve their quality of life. Here are five practices that improve daily life for people with lung disease: Getting Vaccinated Contracting... Read More

How a Mammogram Can Save a Life

October 31st, 2018

Mammograms are a type of x-ray that has the ability to analyze breast tissue and detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. The process will show lumps in the breast before they can be felt and can illuminate tiny calcium clusters that may be indicators of breast cancer or other life-threatening conditions. Women age 40 and older should get a mammogram every 1-2 years. It is advised that if a woman younger than 40 has a history of breast cancer in her direct family, she should talk to her healthcare provider about the benefits of the x-ray.      How Mammograms Are Performed In order to... Read More

4 Ways to Help a Loved One Who Is Going Through Cancer Treatment

October 24th, 2018
helping loved ones with cancer

Helping a loved one get through cancer treatment is never easy. They may be experiencing physical, emotional, or mental pain; they may be worried about what the near future will bring, not only for themselves but for the people they love. Living with a cancer diagnosis can bring on stress, anxiety, and depression, and those are not easy things to cope with. It’s important to help your loved one find ways to relax and ease stress, so they can improve their quality of life and help their bodies and minds heal. One of the best ways to start is by helping your loved one focus on their mental health.... Read More

Is Traveling With Marijuana Illegal in 2018?

October 16th, 2018

As weed became legal in several more states this year, you can now legally consume it in 9 states including California, Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, and Vermont, many more having it decriminalized. However, that doesn’t mean that the laws and regulations regarding airline travel and marijuana have changed. Since cannabis is still a controlled substance under federal law, just like cocaine or heroin, the simple answer regarding the legality of transportation of marijuana by air is no. Even if you purchased your weed legally, TSA’s screening procedures... Read More

Make Your Ovaries Happy This September – Facts You Must Know About Ovarian Cancer

September 28th, 2018

This September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, and to observe the event, visit your gynecologist to ensure your ovaries are healthy and happy. Ovarian cancer, which now ranks 5th in cancer deaths amongst women, is a serious condition and should not be taken lightly. Many women, who neglect annual OBGYN visits and/or don’t seek help when they don’t feel themselves, won’t be diagnosed until the cancer has spread substantially. Many times the symptoms will be mild or non-specific, making it difficult to tell there is something wrong. That being said, ovarian cancer is one of the most... Read More

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Terminal Cancer: Covering the Cost of Care When Your Time Is Limited

September 19th, 2018
Terminal Cancer_care and finances

Facing a terminal cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming.  The last thing you and your loved ones need is a financial crisis.  By developing a firm plan to cover the costs associated with treatment, you can find structure and comfort in your circumstances. Understanding insurances.  If you are still working and have health insurance coverage from your employer, you will continue to be covered under that plan until after you stop working, whether for receiving treatment yourself or for assisting an ill loved one.  If you are using health insurance, Investopedia recommends researching lifetime... Read More