2019

What To Know About Treating Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of arthritis that affects some people who have psoriasis. This condition can be painful, and there is no cure, but there are treatments available. Symptoms of this condition include stiffness, swelling, and joint pain. Any part of the body can be impacted. Some people only experience mild symptoms while others can have more severe debilitating symptoms. If you have psoriatic arthritis, there are various treatments that may be able to help with your symptoms.

Treating Teen Depression

The Prevalence of Teen Depression Nearly 20 percent of adolescents may experience depression at some point during their teen years. Approximately 8 percent of kids between the ages of 12 and 18 will have a major depressive episode. Unfortunately, many teens who are depressed do not receive treatment from a mental healthcare provider. Parents who are concerned about a change in their teen's behavior or suspect that their teen is depressed can first address these issues with their child's pediatrician.

Home Infusion Therapy: Faqs

Home infusion therapy is often used when a patient needs IV medication administered outside of the hospital. To ensure that the process is completed correctly and safely, an experienced home health care provider can help you or your family members. If you are uncertain about whether home infusion therapy is right for you, keep reading to learn the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this particular type of treatment.

Boo Boos And Owies: When You Should Take Your Little One To Urgent Care

For many parents, especially first-time moms and dads, knowing when to take a child to the urgent care clinic can be a difficult decision. Kids who get scrapes and bruises don't always need to be seen, but in some cases, a visit to the walk-in clinic is a smart choice. Here are some things to look for if your child has a small injury that might need more serious treatment.

How To Get More Out Of An MCAT Prep Course

If you are serious about getting a good score on the MCAT (and who isn't?), then enrolling in an MCAT exam prep course is absolutely advised. It is so much easier to learn with an instructor guiding you and holding you responsible. However, even in the best MCAT prep course, you won't learn by osmosis — you have to put in the work! Here are some ways to get more out of an MCAT prep course.