What Kind Of Time Limits Are Imposed On Cremating A Body?

While there is a limited time frame in which it is best to complete a funeral and memorial service for a person who was embalmed and will be buried, it's easier to wait for family members to travel and for schedules to align for a funeral if a person's remains are cremated. Yet there are still waiting periods and time limits imposed on the cremation process in most states. Find out why you might have to wait, and why you can't wait too long to schedule the cremation of someone who has recently passed away. Read More 

Rely On Hearing Aids If You’re A Longtime Guitar Player

Hearing loss and loud musical instruments often go hand in hand, especially if you've been a musician for a long time. Electric guitar players produce such high volumes with their instruments and amplifiers that hearing issues can definitely arise. Regardless of your age, if you're noticing hearing difficulties that you suspect are linked with your instrument, you'll want to take a break and consult a hearing specialist, like those at Waters ENT Sinus & Allergy. Read More 

3 Ways To Protect Your Heart

Your heart is one of the most important and vital organs in your body, and what you eat and what you do with your life can directly impact the overall health of your heart. To keep your heart healthy, you need to take active steps to protect your heart throughout your life, including working with a cardiologist. Here are a few tricks for protecting and taking care of your heart. Read More 

3 Tips When You’re Considering Liposuction

Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that can increase your confidence and improve the appearance of your body by smoothing out and contouring trouble spots like your stomach and hips. Liposuction is not a weight loss procedure, but rather a way to improve the appearance of parts of your body that have not responded adequately to diet and exercise, giving you a more toned look. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you consider liposuction: Read More 

How Stem Cell Therapy May Slow Down The Progression Of Multiple Sclerosis

A multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis is a life changing event. This disease affects your spinal cord, your optic nerves in the eyes and causes problems with your brain. It causes difficulty with your balance, vision, muscle control and other bodily functions. However, the way this disease affects you is on a case by case basis. Everyone who is diagnosed with MS may not have the same experience. Read on to find out how adult stem cell therapy may slow down the progression of multiple sclerosis. Read More