Buying Your Medical Supplies In Person Vs. Ordering What You Need Online

Posted on: 29 May 2017

There are a lot of people who don't mind going to medical supply stores to regularly pick up more batteries for their hearing aids, replacement blood sugar monitors, or even new walking canes. At the same time, there is likely an equal amount of people who would rather read about medical equipment product features and warranties online, then place their orders online. If you want to know which option for purchasing medical equipment is best, considering the pros and cons of in person purchases versus online ordering is necessary.
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Everything You Need to Know About Installing Stair Lifts In Your Home

Posted on: 23 May 2017

Stairs are said to be the most dangerous area in your home and can be a challenge to people each day of their lives. You may wonder what to do about elderly loved ones whose disabilities prevent them from going up and down the staircase in your home. There are different types of stair lifts that you can choose from. They will allow you and your family members to ride in safety to get downstairs and upstairs.
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Two Reasons Why You Should Start Using CBD Capsules

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Although you may have heard about cannabis oil and it's usage for treating serious health issues such as cancer, you might not be as familiar with cannabidiol hemp oil.  Cannabidiol hemp oil, also known as CBD, is a product that is also made from the marijuana plant.  Because the two oils come from different parts of the plant, they each have unique properties.  There are a number of medical issues that can be treated with CBD that you may not be aware of.
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3 Reasons To Wear Orthotics For Your High Arches

Posted on: 15 May 2017

If you are wondering why your arch burns and aches all the time, the problem may be the design of your arch. When you have a high arch, added pressure from your heels and toes while walking, running, or standing can cause the tendons to pull and tear. This leads to pain and inflammation in your arch and can be very irritating throughout your day. Wearing orthotics, or shoe inserts, can be very beneficial.
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