Few segments within the multi-million-dollar clothing industry have made such an impact as sports footwear. In fact, the brands that find themselves at the top of the tree have become more than just household names as they battle for your attention and your valuable, disposable income. It's difficult to ignore their message, as they urge you to choose their particular brand over another and not based on practicality or fit, but rather on image alone.
Switching contraceptives can become a life-altering decision for lots of reasons. Aside from preventing pregnancy, the right one can soothe the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Some make bleeding less heavy, allowing women to enjoy a more comfortable period. Before you head to a medical clinic to request a change, it's worth preparing yourself with the information your general practitioner (GP) may want. Smoking status Although each contraceptive on the market is safe, it only remains safe when GPs prescribe them within certain parameters.
It is estimated that 13,500 new cases of Parkinson's Disease will be diagnosed in Australia in 2018. Parkinson's disease can leave sufferers dealing with tremors, slow movements, rigid muscles, and a tendency to fall. If your parent has been diagnosed with Parkinson's this year, you likely want to make sure your parent receives the care they need to help them get through each day. If your parent doesn't want to leave their current home, personal in-home health care is an option that might be attractive to your family.
Vascular problems can arise seemingly out of the blue and often with devastating results. While your doctor may adopt a "wait and see" approach to a range of minor vascular conditions, more serious vascular problems could result in referral to a vascular surgeon for treatment. This article examines the most common forms of vascular conditions and the options available to treat them. The three main causes of vascular conditions are atherosclerosis, aneurysm and trauma.
If your partner has recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you may be wondering how you can support them as they adjust to their diagnosis and how you can minimise stress and miscommunication in your relationship at this time. Adjusting to any big life change can be challenging, particularly if it affects working life, socializing or self-confidence. If your partner's getting used to wearing hearing aids or facing the prospect of cochlear implant surgery, they may experience feelings of isolation, fear, anxiety and low mood.