How To Build Muscle While Traveling

27 February 2017
 Categories: , Blog

When on the road, it can be very challenging to stay in shape. There are some hotels that will provide you with access to a gym, but this is not always the case. In most cases, carrying your weights around with you is simply impractical. To build up your muscles, you will need an alternative plan. No Weights, No Problem There are many home workouts you can do. However, it is difficult to perform workouts that will force your muscles to change without weights. Read More 

Child’s First Year Of College And Having Anxiety? Tips To Help Them Get Through

22 February 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

The first year of college can be difficult for some people, and especially young adults who are moving away from home for the first time in their lives. If your child has done this and is having a lot of anxiety attacks due to school, below are some tips on how you can help them get through this difficult time in their life. Their School Schedule The classes they chose could play a big part in their anxiety attacks. Read More 

Preventing and Fixing Denture Issues When Camping

26 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Wearing dentures doesn't mean you can't enjoy a night or two of camping out underneath the stars. The trick is to be prepared to deal with any issues that may come up while you are away so that you can avoid damage to your dentures. It's also important to be prepared in case minor damage does happen so you can perform a temporary fix that will last until you get back home. Read More 

Transitioning To An Insulin Pump? Tips To Calculate Your Insulin Needs

4 May 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

When it comes to managing diabetes, an insulin pump provides precise control. Whether you're newly diagnosed or you've been on insulin for a while, the idea of using an insulin pump is likely an encouraging one. Transitioning to a pump also means that you need to calculate both your basal and bolus rates based on your overall insulin needs. You may be able to get some support to calculate this from your pump training specialist or your diabetic educator, but the more that you understand from the beginning, the more likely you are to get it right the first time. Read More