Injured Rotator Cuff? What You Need to Know

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No one likes being sidelined with an injury, especially when that injury puts a damper on your favorite hobbies or prevents you from working. Unfortunately, a rotator cuff injury is a common occurrence — particularly for those who participate in overhead sports like tennis or baseball — and the recovery process can be long and grueling. However, with the right treatment plan and some patience, you can be back at your favorite activities in no time.…

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Can You Benefit From Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Before Menopause?

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Hormone replacement therapies for women typically focus on restoring proper estrogen balance. Menopause reduces estrogen levels, which can result in a variety of unpleasant symptoms. In addition to the traditional hot flashes, other symptoms can include skin dryness, vaginal dryness, and even issues with concentration and memory. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a safe and effective way to restore your estrogen balance using hormones that are chemically identical to those produced by your body.…

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Parent Have Middle Stage Dementia? Tips To Help Care For Them

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With dementia, there are different stages your parent will go through. If your parent is at the middle stage, which is also known as moderate dementia, their memory decline is more severe. Below is more information about moderate dementia, as well as information on elderly memory care. Moderate Dementia In the beginning stages of dementia, your parent was likely able to care for themself. Over time, dementia does get worse and at the moderate stage, your parent will need much more care.…

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