Disabilities of the Senses and Speech Impairments

We rely on our abilities to see, hear, and speak as major methods of communication. If one of these abilities is lost through an illness or injury, it can make you feel like you are alone in the world. Sometimes, surgery and therapy can help you regain your sight, hearing, or ability to speak, but…

Stuttering and Left-Handedness

There have been many theories in the past which have cited psychological reasons as the basis for stuttering. These theories went on to suggest that emotional trauma combined with psychological fears were the main causes of stuttering. But there are cases of children developing stuttering immediately after birth and this theory will not hold good…

Adult Stutter – 7 Tips to Stop Stuttering

Stuttering may be developmental, psychogenic, neurogenic, or even genetically determined. Usually beginning between the ages of 2-5 almost 80% of children will grow out of the disorder. For those that take the disorder into adulthood it can cause low self esteem and create a lower quality of life. Here are some tips on how to…

10 Ways to Avoid Sinus Problems – Nurse’s Guide

Sinusitis is simply inflamed or infected sinus cavities. Sinus anatomy – there are four sets of sinus cavities and the problem can be in any of them. If you think you have sinusitis symptoms or signs, such as irritated throat, lightly coughing, sinus headache, yellowish mucous, stuffy nose, blockage, pressure or pain, etc., here are…

Cataract Surgery – Post Operative Care

After the cataract surgery you can return home stay quietly for two to three days. Do not lift any heavy objects. Do not bend down. You can watch TV and resume your normal diet. It is better to wear dark glasses for a week to protect your eyes, even when you sleep. You should never…

Glaucoma Prevention is Possible – With Antioxidant Nutrition

Though not widely promoted, age-related eye diseases such as glaucoma have been rising, along with all the other degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis and Alzheimer’s. Four million Americans now suffer from glaucoma, the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Approximately 120,000 of these people have actually gone blind from glaucoma.…

Types of Blindness

There are various degrees and kinds of blindness, widow. There is the connubial blindness, ma’am, which perhaps you may have observed in the course of your own experience, and which is a kind of wilful and self-bandaging blindness. There is the blindness of party, ma’am, and public men, which is the blindness of a mad…

How to Naturally Correct Nearsightedness?

Millions of people all over the world want to know how to naturally correct nearsightedness? The best way to naturally correct your nearsightedness is through a series of eye relaxation exercises. Studies have found that stress and strain have an affect on your vision and eye relaxation exercises help reduce these factors.   Here are a few…

History of Cosmetology

Cosmetology School Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment. Branches of specialty including hairstyling, skin care, cosmetics, manicures/pedicures and electrology. Humans learned everything from nature, including coloring their face and body. Changing of body color first started from men. It was developed to help in hunting as camouflage. Man is attracted to a…

Why Are Health Supplements Important?

In this hectic lifestyle, it has become necessary that we take care of our health. A balanced diet is the key to a healthy lifestyle. A balanced diet consists of a required amount of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, fiber, vitamins and minerals. A lack of any of these gives rise to many diseases. A healthy diet…

Hospital Negligence

When entering a hospital, an implied trust between doctor and patient is created, and a certain amount of care and attention is expected. If these are not achieved, the devastating results can often lead to illness, injury, or death. Hospital negligence can be caused by staff members on both the administrative and medical teams in…