3 Tips For Sleeping After Shoulder Surgery

After major shoulder surgery, such as a rotator cuff repair or a shoulder replacement, it's going to take some time to recover. And during that recovery period, one of the most difficult things that you'll have to deal with is figuring out how to sleep comfortably – especially if you're used to sleeping on your stomach or on the side that you had surgery on. And even if you're a back sleeper, getting used to settling down with your arm in a shoulder sling is no easy feat. Read More 

How To Care For Your Dental Implants After Surgery

Dental implants offer a great way to improve your smile, but they do require some special care after your surgical procedure. To keep your implants safe and to prevent complications, there are a few things you should remember. Keep Your Mouth Clean While you won't be able to brush your teeth immediately after the procedure, you will need to keep the area clean. Your dentist will provide you with an oral rinse that should be used before bedtime. Read More 

5 Tips For Maintaining A Youthful Complexion

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and must be taken care of properly to look young and healthy. If you engage in unhealthy habits and do not have a good skin care routine, your skin can age prematurely. Luckily, you do not have to resort to cosmetic procedures to achieve young looking skin. Here are five tips for maintaining a youthful complexion: Cut Down on Sugar If you want your skin to look young for years to come, you have to take control of your sweet tooth. Read More 

2 Things You Should Do before Attending Your First CPR Class

If you are a parent, a teacher, or simply a responsible citizen, you might be interested in taking a class in CPR. CPR is highly effective. In fact, the American Heart Association states that immediate CPR can double or triple the survival rates for people suffering from cardiac arrest. Here are two things you should do before attending your first CPR class, so that you can learn this valuable skill. Read More 

New Moms May Need Physical Therapy For Lower Back Pain

Pregnant women are often told that they should expect sleepless nights and endless feedings once their baby is born. They aren't told that they are at risk for serious back pain. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons estimate that new mothers lift up their baby up to 50 times each day. That is a lot of repetitive motion that your back is not used to doing. Pain may come on gradually or all at once after you bend, lift, or twist your back. Read More