Stay Healthy, Live a Long Time

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Stay Healthy, Live a Long Time

Hello! My name is Tony and this is my new blog. I decided to start this blog while I was in the hospital recovering from an operation I had to have to remove a tumour from my body. My story had started a few months beforehand when I developed a cough which I couldn't get rid of. I had some test and the doctors discovered I had a tumour in my chest. I will be the first to admit that I haven't been as good as I could have been in terms of looking after my own health. However, since being diagnosed, I have been learning all I can about how to stay healthy.

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3 Dentist-Recommended Ways to Prevent Cavities

22 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You should visit your dentist regularly even if you are afraid. He or she can help identify problems such as dental cavities before they become serious. Dental cavities can result in you losing your teeth. Symptoms include toothaches, tooth sensitivity, holes in your teeth, stained teeth and pain when you bite down. A cavity progresses in three stages. Plaque forms on your tooth then attack the tooth. Plaque continues to damage your tooth and reaches the inner part of your tooth, which can be very painful. Read More …

The Early Symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

18 October 2019
 Categories: , Blog

Benign tumours are one of the most common reasons why people undergo surgery. BPH or benign prostatic hyperplasia is a common condition in older men. As men grow older, non-cancerous tumours develop around their prostate glands. As the tumour or tumours grow bigger, they start blocking the flow of urine out of the bladder. This can lead to bladder, urinary and kidney problems. Several treatment options are available for benign tumours. Read More …

How Can a Bluetooth Hearing Aid Make it Easier to Watch TV?

3 September 2019
 Categories: , Blog

If you're about to replace an old hearing aid, then your clinic may have talked to you about upgrading to a model that uses newer technology. For example, they may have recommended that you look at hearing aids with Bluetooth connectivity. Your hearing aid advisor may have also mentioned that this kind of aid has some useful features, including the ability to better manage how you watch TV. How does this work and what are the advantages? Read More …

Loose Tooth After an Accident? Quick Treatment Is Needed

17 July 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Ever received a sharp blow to the mouth? It can hurt, and can even be a little embarrassing, depending on the context of the accident. Sure, a mild blow to the mouth is unlikely to cause any dental trauma, but a particularly forceful impact could result in some problems for your teeth. Dental subluxation is when a tooth has become loose due to an accident, while still remaining held by the tooth socket. Read More …

What Athletes Can Expect When Undergoing Physiotherapy for Scoliosis

22 May 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Physiotherapy is a useful treatment option for scoliosis. Scoliosis is a condition where the spine has a curvature that's more extensive than normal. The spinal cord typically curves slightly as it runs along your back, but patients with scoliosis have a curvature that almost resembles an "S" or a "C" shape. Athletes who have scoliosis may be particularly limited by their condition. Chronic back pain, fatigue from maintaining an upright position, and uneven shoulders may all hinder your ability to perform while on the field. Read More …