Urodynamic Devices – Technological Advancements to Improve the Efficiency of Measurement Techniques
Constant developments in medical technologies are likely to enhance the outcomes of urodynamic tests and result in the robust adoption of urodynamic devices worldwide. Urodynamic study helps in determination of the causes of bladder dysfunction, formulating an appropriate course for the treatment.
You Can Do The Hard Things
In life, we are constantly tempted to take “the path of least resistence” because, well, it’s the easiest and usually the quickest way. But easy does not translate to better nor does it translate to growth. Easy translates to lazy. And, when it comes to our health, lazy translates to disease and “advanced-aging.”
Alkaline Water and Reverse Osmosis: 5 Differences
If you think that reverse osmosis and alkaline water are the same, you need to think again. Most people think that alkalinity is associated with ionizer machines. In this article, we are going to talk about the difference between reverse osmosis and alkaline water.
7 Benefits Of Drinking Purified Water
Everyone has a right to access pure water. As a matter of fact, it is one of the fundamental human rights. Today, many countries of the world do not have access to pure drinking water.
Meet Your Needs With Medicare Advantage Plans
The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period – also called AEP can be a time of optimism and an opportunity for Medicare beneficiaries to upgrade their benefits by enrolling in a Part C Medicare Advantage Plan (MAP). The AEP lasts from October 15 to December 7 each year. However, if you are just turning 65, the AEP is unimportant. Your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) starts 3 months before the month you turn 65 and ends 3 months after the month you turn 65. Finally, if you enrolled in a MAPD Plan between Jan. 1 and March 31, you can switch to another Advantage Plan or drop it in favor of Original Medicare and pick up a standalone Part D prescription plan.