Help For Your Loved One Through Addiction Recovery

It can be painful to watch someone you care about go through bouts of addiction and recovery, but at the same time it can be hard to know what you can do to help. Every addiction is different, but with the right combination of support and treatment your loved one stands a good chance of sticking to a recovery program and avoiding a relapse. You have a role in their recovery after the intervention is over, so it's important you recognize that responsibility and step up to it. [Read More]

Finding Better Evidence For VA Injury Claims

Dealing with the Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claim system can be a difficult battle against delays and changing requirements. Although the core requirement of proving the injury seems simple, there are times where the VA's services aren't sufficient or outside assistance seems assistance. If you're being asked for new evidence or have been denied a claim because of evidence that showed no problems, take the time to understand how the VA looks at the evidence and what you can do to make your claim or appeal better. [Read More]

Ways To Put Your Dental Fears Behind You

If you find that your fear of the dentist is causing you to neglect your teeth by putting off your dental appointments, you need to find a way to move past those fears. Catching dental issues early on makes the treatment possibilities much easier and affordable. Also, putting off dental visits can lead to the development of problems since you won't be getting regular teeth cleanings or great advice your dentist may have about preventative maintenance. [Read More]

4 Things You Need To Know About Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis

Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis is a severe eye infection caused by viruses such as coxsackie, enterovirus, or the Epstein-Barr virus. Here are four things you need to know about this infection. What are the symptoms? If you have acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, you will have sore, red, swollen eyes. Watery eyes and the feeling that something is stuck in your eye can also occur. Additionally, many people with this infection experience subconjunctival hemorrhaging, bleeding beneath the white part of the eye. [Read More]