4 FAQs About Vaginal Rejuvenation

Are you a woman going through menopause who is also suffering with uncomfortable symptoms, such as vaginal dryness, genital itching, and painful sexual intercourse? If so, you are certainly not alone as up to 80% of all menopausal women experience some of these same symptoms. The good news is, you don't have to suffer any longer, thanks to a treatment called vaginal rejuvenation. If you want to learn more, here are the answers to four frequently asked questions about vaginal rejuvenation. [Read More]

Understanding The Risks Of Cheerleading Injuries

If your daughter has recently made the cheerleading squad, your weekends are soon to be filled with football games and competitions. Unfortunately, it could also include injuries and injury treatment services. The potential for cheerleading injuries is worse when you don't know what could be coming. Here's a look at some of the most common injuries associated with cheerleading and what you need to know about them. Sprains, Strains, And Muscle Injuries [Read More]

Setting Up Wellness Clinic IV Stations

Wellness centers concentrate on a lot of different areas of bodily wellness. Wellness such as weight loss, body wraps, and vitamin infusions are often offered by new age wellness clinics. If you are setting up your own wellness clinic and you want to offer vitamin infusions, you will need to have the proper equipment to make this happen. Along with having train technicians and staff, you will need to have the right infusion and pump stations. [Read More]

What To Expect After Your Child Is Diagnosed With Asthma

Asthma is a chronic condition that causes breathing problems; in some cases breathing issues can be quite severe and even life threatening. Kids with asthma may wheeze while breathing, cough often, or struggle to breathe when their airways become swollen and constricted. Learning that you child has asthma can be very scary, but the good news is that the condition can be managed. After your child is diagnosed with asthma, his or her doctor will develop a treatment plan to help your child. [Read More]