Tips For That First Flight With Your Oxygen Concentrator

 One of the most unique challenges about flying is taking things like health care equipment through security and onto the plane. If you're on a portable oxygen concentrator, for example, you'll probably have to have a formal letter from your doctor before you'll be allowed to bring it on the flight. Some airlines have their own form, but most will accept a letter written on your doctor's letterhead. Before you head out to the airport, it's important that you know what's required. Read More 

How Medical Facilities Can Benefit From RFID Inventory Control

The cost of operating a large medical facility is enormous, especially today with the many changes in health care brought about by the Affordable Care Act impacting how many patients are getting seen. Because incoming revenue has become less for many hospitals and other kinds of medical facilities, hospital administrators and managers are looking at every way to cut their costs of successful, high-quality patient care. If you are still counting supplies during inventory in your medical facility, considering the money-saving benefits of RFID inventory control is a good idea. Read More 

Understanding The Pain And Numbness In Your Hands And Wrists

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful condition of the hands and wrists. It occurs in people who must use their hands frequently in their work. When severe, it can lead to a total loss of grip and feeling in the hands. If you are experiencing pain and numbness in your hands and wrists, here is what you need to know about carpal tunnel syndrome and its treatment. An Irritated Nerve is to Blame Read More 

What 3 Foods Should Your First Organic Grocery List Contain?

It's no surprise that the number of people who are beginning to buy organic foods is increasing. In 2014, organic food sales increased by 11.3 percent, and it's been steadily growing over the past decade. It's set to continue to rise. If you're interested in jumping on the bandwagon and joining the organic movement, here are a few foods to begin your organic grocery list: Apples They've always said that you should eat an apple a day in order to keep the doctor away. Read More 

Does Your Child Have Bad Nasal Congestion From Allergies? You Don’t Have To Use Pills

If you can tell your child is dealing with a variety of allergies because of nasal congestion but you don't want to put them on a daily medication, there are some things you can do to help treat their problems besides taking pills. A daily prescription isn't the only solution, and some of the problems could be in your home. You will want to talk with your doctor and make an appointment to make sure there isn't any blockage in your child's nose. Read More