Medical / Health

3 Tips for Improved Immunity

Our bodies comprise of a network of cells, tissues, and organs which protect it from infection and diseases. This is known as the immune system, and is critical for your health and wellbeing. Want to boost your body’s immunity? Here’s what you should do.

When Social Media Meets HIPAA: Online Marketing Tips for Healthcare Companies

The vast majority of people believe that marketing medical services on social media while adhering to HIPAA regulations is impossible. This stems from the fact that social media allows us to share everything about our lives while HIPAA is a champion of patient privacy.

The Dos and Don’ts of Healthcare Digital Marketing

While using social media to advertise the best features of your practice may seem like a wise idea at first, it’s important to understand that all digital platforms are not without their pitfalls. In particular, countless clinics and hospitals have violated HIPAA regulations in the past which has resulted in heavy sanctions and fines.

Leading Risk Factors Of Breast Cancer

The most common cancer amongst women worldwide, breast cancer is one of the confusing diseases in terms of risk factors.

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

A diagnosis of PSP will be based on the pattern of your symptoms and by ruling out conditions that can cause similar symptoms, such as Parkinson's disease or a stroke. Your doctor will need to carry out assessments of your symptoms, plus other tests and scans.

How To Do Right Healthcare Marketing To Senior Citizens

With the rise of life expectancy and gradual migration of baby boomers into this demographic, the senior citizen population is predicted to become significantly important for healthcare providers in the coming years. That said, there’s no space for misconceptions regarding senior healthcare needs. Here are a few helpful tips to approach healthcare marketing to seniors…the right way.

Ohtahara Syndrome

Medicine is the most common way of treating epilepsy and is almost always the first treatment tried. There are many different medicines that can prevent or stop seizures. These are sometimes called anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) or anti-seizure drugs. They will successfully control seizures for about 7 out of 10 people with epilepsy. Some medicines tend to work better for certain kinds of seizures than for others. If one medicine fails, another may work better. A combination of medications may be tried too. The medications don’t fix the problem that causes seizures. Instead they work to stop seizures from occurring. This section provides in-depth information on epilepsy medications and how to use them. It’s important to talk with your doctor about the pros and cons of the different seizure medicines available to treat your kind of epilepsy.

Taking The Right Approach To Talk To Your Medical Expert

Have you ever walked out of a doctor’s clinic feeling like you were not able take the right approach to talk to the doctor and get your points across or that physician didn’t listen to you?

5 Reasons Competent Healthcare Professionals Use Social Media Networking

4 Common Social Media Mistakes Made By Healthcare Professionals