It's Not Your Grandkids Weed: 4 Ways Medical Marijuana Can Benefit Your Golden Years

As you age, your body goes through a lot of changes. Some of those changes can be downright uncomfortable. Unfortunately, there's not much you can do about the aging process; eventually, everyone has to grow old. However, that doesn't mean you need to age uncomfortably. If you thought medical marijuana was just for young people, you're mistaken. Medical marijuana can provide serious relief for many of the conditions that can cause discomfort as you age. [Read More]

Do You Suffer From Osteoporosis? How To Avoid Slip And Fall-Related Fractures This Winter

Winter is here. Unfortunately, that means the slip and fall season is here too. You might not realize this, but your risk of experiencing a slip and fall accident increases dramatically during the winter. That's because you're dealing with all that ice and snow. If you suffer from osteoporosis, your risk of fractures increases too. If you suffer from osteoporosis, it's important that you take steps to safeguard yourself against slip and fall accidents this winter. [Read More]

Returning To Work After A Proctocolectomy & Ileostomy? Here Are Some Helpful Tips!

If suffering from ulcerative colitis has caused you to miss too much work, it may be time to consider having surgery. Of course, this is something you'll need to discuss with your doctors, but surgery may allow you to improve your quality of life and allow you to work normal hours, even with an ileostomy bag. After healing from ostomy surgery, you may be hesitant about returning to work. Don't be. [Read More]

How Nanoknife Cancer Surgery May Be An Option For Pancreatic Cancer Stage III

Pancreatic cancer is difficult to treat. Changes in your genes from DNA and genetics can make you at risk for this disease. It is hard to catch pancreatic cancer in the early stages. Your pancreas is located deep inside of your body. It is hard to see something abnormal in your pancreas when doing a standard physical exam. This type of cancer is usually not found until it starts to cause problems. [Read More]