Diabetic Retinopathy: Tips for Optimal Recovery after Your Cataract Surgery

Posted on: 27 December 2019

Cataract surgery is a beneficial procedure for restoring good vision and correcting visual disorders. However, for people with diabetic retinopathy, this procedure can be a little more complicated. In simple terms, when the eyes are affected by a diabetic eye disease, surgical work could stress the organ. Also, complications such as macular oedema, sight deterioration and progressive retinopathy could occur. Therefore, if you are planning on going through this procedure, you must consult an experienced surgeon.
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Top Tips for Cleaning and Maintaining Gravestone Granite Statue

Posted on: 12 November 2019

Picture this. You spend a lot of money on a grave granite statue to act as a tangible reminder of a loved one that recently passed. However, on the anniversary of their funeral, you go back to a dilapidated and dirty granite statue that doesn't represent the loved one in the grave. This is what happens to most people since they forget graveyard statues also need cleaning and adequate maintenance to withstand the test of time.
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What To Look For In Your Local Medical Centre

Posted on: 26 September 2019

If you have just moved to a new area or have simply never had a need to seek medical help before it can be confusing as to which medical centre you should visit first. Most metropolitan cities across Australia offer a wide variety of options, and the medical industry is one of the largest in the country because of this. To ensure you get direct, personalised service, it is important that you find a medical centre that is right for you.
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Foot Fusion

Posted on: 7 August 2019

Frequent training in the form of running and weight training can be an issue if you suffer from weak or collapsing arches in your feet. However, this problem shouldn't prevent you from chasing your fitness goals. There are a number of ways you can support your feet to enable them to move and bear weight comfortably, allowing you to train pain-free and recover quickly. Using pediatrician-approved training shoes, orthotic inserts or insoles is a step in the right direction.
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