Understanding Vasculitis

Posted on: 20 April 2017

Vasculitis is a serious condition that occurs when your body's immune system starts attacking your arteries. This causes inflammation and scarring along the walls of the affected arteries, which leads to a decrease in blood flow through your arteries. Sufferers tend to experience periods when their symptoms flare up and periods of remission, but the damage done during a flare-up does not resolve during remission. Here's what you need to know about vasculitis:
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Apps That Can Assist Young Children With Hearing Loss

Posted on: 6 June 2016

When it comes to technology assisting a child with hearing loss, it needn't stop at their hearing aid device. As long as you have access to a smartphone or tablet, your baby or toddler can also benefit from a wide range of fun (and often free) apps that use sign language and picture games to assist their development. If you have a young child who is deaf or hard of hearing, the following apps can help to educate and entertain them in equal measure.
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Road to Recovery: How Your Occupational Therapist Can Prepare You for Driving After a Stroke

Posted on: 18 May 2016

Stroke patients are normally told that they should not drive for at least one month after suffering a stroke. Depending on the severity of the stroke, this waiting period can be much longer, in which time stroke survivors can understandably become increasingly nervous and even terrified at the prospect of driving again. Thankfully, the very same occupational therapist who aids and assesses your mobility at home can also assess the same of your physical and neurological ability to drive again.
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How to Fix the Poor Communication in Your Marriage

Posted on: 27 April 2016

Marriage is no easy thing. You have to work at it every day, and, truthfully, what might work for one couple might not work for another. But just because you fall on hard times, this doesn't mean that you don't have a relationship worth salvaging. In many instances, the thing can cause a marriage to break down is a lack of communication, or poor communication. After all, if you can't let each other know how you feel, how can you ever really work to resolve each other's problems or be on the same page?
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