What Should You Do If You Want Marriage Counseling But Your Spouse Does Not?
16 June 2017
Making the decision to find a counselor and begin the process of marriage counseling is a difficult one, even though it is an excellent tool for repairing your marriage and strengthening the relationship between you and your spouse. Unfortunately, often one of the partners in a marriage will decline to participate in the process, which presents a definite challenge to you and your counselor. For the greatest chance of repairing your marriage, you should work with your counselor to develop strategies to bring your spouse into the process.
Four Ways To Make Your First Chemo Infusion Experience More Comfortable
29 May 2017
Chemo infusions are a necessary evil when it comes to treating many forms of cancer. Headed into your first chemo treatment, you're sure to feel a bit nervous and worried. The appointment is often several hours long, and although most patients don't feel too under the weather during the chemo (the nausea comes later), you're likely to feel bored, chilly, and nervous throughout. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you can make your first chemo infusion experience more comfortable.
3 Signs Your Parent Might Be Developing Dementia Or Alzheimer's
17 May 2017
More than 5 million Americans are currently suffering from Alzheimer's, which is a disease that can be devastating. As people age, the risks for developing this condition and similar ones increases, but there is not a lot that can be done to prevent memory loss problems or treat them. If you suspect that your parent might be developing a memory loss condition, you should look for the following three signs.
Immunotherapy: Boosting Your Body's Weapon In The Fight Against Cancer
24 April 2017
A cancer diagnosis can be a terrifying prospect for the new patient. The good news is that, according to the American Cancer Society, the overall cancer death rate dropped by 26 percent over a 25-year period between 1990 and 2015. Among women, cancer death rates declined by 22 percent, and a decline of 32 percent was reported for men. Breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer death rates are all on the decline.