How To Get Sober–And Stay Sober–This New Year

If you have a chemical dependency problem, you have probably attempted to get clean and sober any number of times. With relapse rates for drug and alcohol treatment ranging from 50-90%, you are genuinely facing a difficult problem. However, the problem is not insurmountable, to which millions of recovering addicts and alcoholics can attest. With a new year approaching and resolve for a new attempt at sobriety running high, how can you get--and stay--clean this year once and for all? Read More 

Chronic Ear Infections: What Are Your Options?

Ear infections are painful, messy, and for many patients, chronic. If you suffer from an ear infection that won't stop or you develop new infections quickly after getting rid of the old ones, you may suffer from chronic ear infections. Treatment for chronic infections ranges from the medical to the surgical, so it's important to know everything you can about your condition and your options. Chronic Ear Infection Causes And Symptoms Read More 

Reducing Frustration For A Loved One With Alzheimer’s

In the United States, someone develops Alzheimer's every 67 seconds. There are more than 6 million people around the country living with the disease. Few diseases cause as much frustration and confusion as Alzheimer's, for both the patient and the patient's family. It can be very difficult to be supportive of your loved one when he or she is going through such a difficult time, but these tips can help you jog your loved one's memory and combat his or her frustration. Read More