Never Neglect a Health Emergency

Never Neglect a Health Emergency

  • 3 Things You Should Know About Your Child's First Sport Physical

    Student athletes of all ages are often asked to get a sport physical. This is a special type of physical exam geared toward athletes. It certifies that your child is healthy enough for physical activity and that they're up to date on all their required shots. If your child is new to athletics, you may not know where to get them the doctor's appointment they need. Some pediatricians don't provide sport physicals, but fortunately a sport physical service will be able to help.

  • Details To Go Over When You Wish To Move Into Assisted Living With A Friend

    Although many people move into assisted living homes on their own, there are others who choose to move in with someone else and share a room together. Spouses commonly take this approach when they decide that they need some help with their day-to-day tasks. You don't have to have a spouse to want to move into assisted living and share a room, however. If you have a close friend or even a family member such as a sibling, you might like the idea of relocating and choosing a suite that can accommodate two people.

  • Two Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Your Physical (Even If You Feel Healthy)

    Many people are of the mind that they should only go to see their doctor when they are feeling sick or unwell in some way. This is the general mindset among most patients and because of that, fewer and fewer people get annual physical exams with their primary care doctor. However, there are many reasons why you should never skip your annual physical exam, even if you feel healthy. Get to know some of the reasons why you should never skip your physical exam so you can be sure you are doing what is best for your health from now on.

  • 2019© Never Neglect a Health Emergency
    About Me
    Never Neglect a Health Emergency

    When I recently noticed that I began having minor chest pain, I suspected it was simple indigestion. I began taking an antacid to see if it would help control my problem, but it didn't work. I had a regularly scheduled visit with my physician and she suggested that I have some tests performed on my heart. I soon learned that I had a small problem that could have led to a heart attack if I had left it untreated. I am very grateful that I visited my doctor, even though I wish I had gone sooner. I am now eager to spread the word about my experience to remind others to always report any new physical symptoms to their doctors immediately. I also have a passion for healthcare in general, so I plan to share many health tips on my new blog!