Have You Been in for a Smear Test Recently?
25 July 2018
When was the last time that you went for cervical screening? This can be a very sensitive subject that many women choose to ignore, but you may do so at your peril. There are many different screening programs available in your locality, and you should get the information as soon as possible, as it just might save your life. What do you need to know?
Why Is It Important?
Doctors recommended that anyone who has been sexually active in the past and who is over the age of 25 should attend a screening session.
Alternative Medicine Options
30 May 2018
With bacteria becoming increasingly resistant to modern medicine it seems like the perfect time to try to use organic and natural means to improve health and wellbeing. Whilst your GP will be able to provide advice and guidance for many common illnesses and ailments, preventative measures are always going to be the best approach to take when trying to increase your longevity and minimise your risk of becoming sick. This guide will provide some alternative medicines in a bid to limit the amount of time you need to spend visiting your local medical clinic, and perhaps give you something to consider next time you reach for the man-made pills.
3 Cleaning Hacks to Extend the Durability of Your Dentures
26 April 2018
Dentures are affordable and easy-to-use restorations for replacing missing teeth. They blend in seamlessly with the rest of the natural teeth and allow you to showcase a beautiful smile even after losing one or more teeth. However, these tooth restorations require regular cleaning and proper maintenance to preserve their appearance and functionality. Without adequate care, they can become loose, fall and crack, forcing you to get a new set. This article will teach you some simple cleaning tips that will prolong the durability of your dentures.
A Brief Outline of What You Need to Know About Peripheral Vascular Disease
23 March 2018
If you hear the phrase cardiovascular disease, you probably immediately associate it with a heart attack. Heart attacks are one of the most critical forms of this condition, but you can also develop peripheral vascular disease. PVD comes about when the blood vessels outside of your heart become clogged by fat deposits. When this accumulation of fatty compounds is not addressed, your blood circulation in these peripheral blood vessels becomes compromised.