Do You Have Sleep Apnea? 3 Signs

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder in which the person stops breathing. The person may wake up coughing or feeling as if they are choking, which is because they are choking for air. Sleep apnea is a disorder that you shouldn't delay in treating, so if you suspect you have sleep apnea, you should get treated for this disorder right away. Delaying treatment could result in death. Read on for a few signs that you may have sleep apnea. Read More 

Don’t Neglect Your Mental Health Needs: How To Prepare For Your Telehealth Visit

If you've been putting off your medical care because you're afraid of picking up germs at the doctor's office, reach out through telehealth services. Telehealth services allow you to get the medical help you need, without venturing into the doctor's office. But, telehealth isn't just for medical care. This service can also be used for your mental health needs. Many people are suffering from mental health concerns during this current pandemic. Read More 

Struggling With Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a ringing in the ears. It has a variety of potential causes, but the effects are the same: a constant and unending ringing in one's ears. If you've been struggling with tinnitus, the first and most important thing to know is that you're not alone. According to the American Tinnitus Association, you are joined by 50 million of your fellow Americans who also have dealt with (or are still dealing with) tinnitus of some length and variety, 20 million of whom have chronic tinnitus. Read More 

Kids And COVID-19: What You Should Know

If you are a parent, you are constantly concerned with or at least thinking about your child's health and safety. This is part of being a parent. However, with the global pandemic of COVID-19 going on, you may be even more preoccupied with their health and safety than you were before, especially with the prospect of going back to school looming on the horizon. Get to know some of the facts about kids and COVID-19. Read More 

Treatments for Tennis Elbow

Hearing your doctor say "you have tennis elbow" probably conjured up a range of emotions. If you don't plan tennis, your first thought may have been "that can't be." But indeed, tennis elbow is just another name for irritation of the tendons in your forearm muscles. These tendons connect your muscles to the bony point of your elbow. It can happen to anyone who does repetitive motions with their arm — golfers, gardeners, swimmers, and even guitar players. Read More