Despite treatments that include medications, surgery and neurostimulation devices, many people with epilepsy continue to have seizures. And the uncertainty of when a seizure could occur affects their quality of life. But what if these people could anticipate a seizure and take … Continue reading Seizure Forecasting Device with Epilepsy
It’s important to have a well-stocked first aid kit in your home so you can deal with minor accidents and injuries. Your first aid kit should be locked and kept in a cool, dry place out of the reach of children. … Continue reading What Should I Keep in My First Aid Kit?
For families with young children, the holiday season can be a time of great joy — but there are also dangers and health hazards parents need to be aware of. Here are some of the most common reasons children are … Continue reading Preventing Emergency Room (ER) Visits During the Holidays
If you’ve just cut your finger off in a table saw, it’s pretty clear that the emergency room should be your next stop. But not all emergencies are quite that clear-cut. Emergency rooms are the most expensive places to receive … Continue reading When Insurers Deny Emergency Department Claims
Starbucks announced this week that it would be offering a free coffee to those who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting today, any customer who identifies as a “first responder or frontline worker supporting our healthcare system” … Continue reading Starbucks Is Giving Free Coffee To First Responders During The Coronavirus Outbreak
Acute meningitis is considered a medical emergency. A very scary finding shows a high percentage (up to 75 percent) of all life-threatening meningitis cases occur in young children under the age of 5. Meningitis has also become an increasingly serious … Continue reading Meningitis Symptoms: Natural Management + Prevention