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Intense Pulsed Light Therapy: Frequently Asked Questions

What is IPL?Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment is a medical procedure where broad-spectrum light is used to correct skin concerns like broken blood vessels, freckles, spider veins, sun spots, scar

By Kelly Crystal | 2016-06-08 More Info »

Fertility Treatments: 4 Different Types For Couples

Some fertility problems are more easily treated and often are not the first step when a couple doesn’t get pregnant right away. If better intercourse timing, lifestyle changes, and drugs to fi

By Jake Au | 2016-06-16 More Info »

7 Commonly Asked Questions About Lap-Band Surgery

For morbidly obese patients, losing the weight by diet and exercise alone isn’t always an option. Fortunately, now there are several surgical and non-surgical options that can help patients al

By Audrey Sawyer | 2016-06-24 More Info »

5 Common Medical School Mistakes to Avoid in Your First Year

Getting into medical school is already a trying ordeal. The stress, the time and the anxiety that comes with applying to medical school are immense. Not only do you have to be concerned about studyi

By Darren Conway | 2016-07-01 More Info »

5 Ways Know if You Need to See a Naturopath

  Medical doctors are essential, but sometimes people just want a more holistic option. When patients no longer want a band-aid for their health ailment and want a more natural treatment, they

By Jake Au | 2016-07-05 More Info »

5 Ways to Enjoy Your Living Arrangement In A Retirement Home

    The transition from a three-bedroom home to a one-bedroom suite in a retirement home can be a very grave ordeal for senior citizens. After living in a house for so many years with thei

By Marie Joyce | 2016-07-09 More Info »

8 Tattoo Removal Tips Before Your Procedure

  If you have a regrettable tattoo, you have probably considered having it removed. The process isn’t as simple as it sounds, though, and there are some things you need to know before yo

By Andrea Brown | 2016-08-01 More Info »

How To Choose A Physiotherapy Clinic: 6 Steps

Physiotherapy is a specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation that is used to promote mobility, quality of life, and function, and remediate impairments using exam, diagnosis, prognosis, and

By Jake Au | 2016-08-08 More Info »

Healthcare Lawyers: Frequently Asked Questions

  Q: What exactly is health law, anyway? A: Health law covers everything from helping clients who were denied certain benefits to those who suffered from medical negligence, to working for ho

By Bryce Mok | 2016-08-14 More Info »

Laser Hair Removal: A Beginner's Guide

  If you’re tired of waxing, tweezing, or shaving to remove unwanted hair, you may want to consider laser hair removal. Over the last 14 years, laser hair removal has become one of the m

By Liza Carter | 2016-08-25 More Info »

How to Make A Short Term Disability Claim: 6 Steps

If you have been suffering from an injury or an illness, you may be unable to go to work while you recover entirely. If your employer is offering short term disability benefits, you should be able t

By Myra Edwards | 2016-09-09 More Info »

How to Keep Your Baby Warm All Winter

Winter and cold weather is on its way and it will be your job to ensure your baby is warm and dry. If you’re a new mom or dad, though, you might be unsure what kinds of clothes and other produ

By Jake Au | 2016-09-19 More Info »

6 Ways to Keep Your Office Hygienic and Free of Pests

Insects and rodents who enter a building will want to stay there if they can find food, water and shelter. Pest control in the office can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to include the use

By Olivia Rake | 2016-10-30 More Info »

5 Tips for Visiting Your Loved Ones at a Retirement Home

Retirement homes have become a popular option for many families a part of the sandwich generation. This is when a person has to take care of both their children and their parents. Since it can be stre

By | 2016-12-26 More Info »

Physiotherapy Exercises To Do At Home

Physiotherapy uses physical techniques to help increase mobility and relieve pain. If you’ve finished with your physiotherapy or are still waiting for treatment, there are some exercises you can

By | 2017-01-13 More Info »