Just like any other sport, golfers need to warm up before they hit the course. It may be tempting to grab your clubs and go, but taking a few minutes to work out the kinks can really help your golf game. 1. Stretch it out. Use your golf club and work through a series of […]
Nowadays, everything seems to have a national holiday. Whether its national ice cream day or national periodic table day, even the most mundane objects have their moment in the spotlight.So why don’t we focus just as much on our own health? For years, Coastal Hearing has celebrated May as “Better Hearing and Speech Month” to […]
Hearing aid technology has improved significantly over the past few years, helping millions of people with hearing loss live better lives. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) approximately 28.8 million U.S. adults could benefit from using hearing aids.
The ability to process the world through sound is something that many of us take for granted – if we even think about it at all. But if you imagine a life without music, a loved one’s voice or the chirping of birds, you’ll realize just how important those ears can be.
Hearings aids get a bad reputation for being bulky, unsightly and difficult to use. Thanks to new technology, many of these problems have been solved in modern hearing aids.
The most common signs of allergies are itchy and watery eyes or an itchy nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, throat tightness and trouble breathing. Repeated sinus infections and ear infection can also be related to allergic disease.
When you or your loved one is seriously ill, you may feel as if your life has been turned upside down. It may become harder to enjoy day to day life as you increasingly feel more alone and helpless. Who can you turn to? That is where Palliative Care can help.
For over 30 years, we at Tidelands Community Hospice have believed that every single moment in life matters. We work closely with an organization called the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.
Aging of the face is a natural occurrence, which can be exacerbated due to genetics, sun exposure and tobacco use. As we age, the skin and soft tissues of the face lose volume and loosen causing wrinkles, redundant skin, jowl formation, sagging skin under the chin, and vertical folds along the front of the neck. Forehead lines and crows feet around the eyes may also appear and deepen over time.
Most of us, if we were fortunate enough, grew up having a family doctor. Some of us may have gone to the doctor more than we wanted to — to get stitched up if we had a cut, to get our throats swabbed when we had a pesky sore throat and to get our shots when it was time to head back to school.
It’s time to review your health insurance. Open enrollment for the health insurance marketplace begins Nov. 1, so it’s the perfect time to update any information and review your policy to ensure it’s still the best fit for your health care needs and budget.
Health insurance has been at the forefront of many debates, discussions and decisions since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010…