Archive for January 7, 2020
Getting medical care when your doctor’s office is closed can pose quite the situation, as this leaves you without a clear place to go. Of course, you could go to your nearest emergency room, but this is something that is typically regarded as less than ideal for those who have less than emergent medical conditions. Not only will the emergency room take a long time to be seen in (the average wait time is currently around one hour all throughout the country), but it will be hugely expensive as well.
Fortunately, a number of alternatives are developing and becoming more prevalent. For one thing, your doctor might be extending their hours, something that is becoming more and more common. Already, more than one third (around 40%) of all GPs now work on weekends and in evenings, at least to some extent. In general, the average GP will offer care for at least 31 hours a week, if not even more, a number that has continued to rise with the years. This allows the typical GP to conduct as ma
The holidays were great. Friends and family visited, you played hours of games of cards and explored new board games as well. You laughed. You laughed so hard you cried. You stayed up late and woke up early, ready to tackle day after day of spending time with the people who you love the very most.
At the end of the busy break, however, you realize that it was something more than just a house full of company that had been on your mind. With an unexplainable pain and a struggle to even wake up and get out of bed in the morning, you feared that it was more than the end of the holiday break that had you down.
Have You Recently Received a Difficult Cancer Diagnosis?
A diagnosis of cancer is no way to begin the new year. Unfortunately, every single day there are thousands of people who find out that they have this disease, so the beginning of the new year is no exception. Fortunately, there are new advanced cancer treatment options that provide many patients with the hope