5 Signs You May Want to Consider Brain Surgery for Your Epilepsy
12 September 2017
If you have epilepsy, you may eventually want to consider brain surgery. This isn't the right option for everyone, but it works in a number of cases. Here are some signs that you may want to consult with a neurologist about surgery:
1. You've Exhausted All Other Treatment Options
Epilepsy can be a scary disease, and unfortunately, it's sometimes resistant to medications or other treatments. If you have tried everything with no results, it may be time to consider more drastic measures such as surgery.
Two Ways to Keep Your Healthcare Costs Low
12 September 2017
If you're on a very tight budget and want to keep your healthcare costs as low as possible, here are a few tips which should help you to do this.
Don't ignore minor health concerns
Ignoring seemingly minor health problems can lead to a lot of pain, suffering and expensive medical bills. For example, imagine that you cut your hand open with a sharp implement whilst preparing a meal, or doing some DIY around the house.
Slip, slop, skin cancer? A quick guide to skin cancer in children
7 September 2017
Living under the harsh Australian sun, it's natural for parents to worry about their child's skin protection. Although skin cancer in children is rare, it's still vital for prevention and early detection that parents know what to look out for. Check out this quick guide to skin caner in children to ensure your kids have healthy skin.
What skin features should my child have checked?
Most children have a few freckles and moles, but if your child's skin is showing abnormal changes, it may be time for a routine skin cancer check.
PPO vs. HMO: Which Health Insurance Plan Should You Choose?
4 September 2017
All Australian residents have access to Medicare, which is the primary health care system. However, research indicates that in addition to this cover, around 57 percent of the residents also take out private insurance. However, in the quest to find additional coverage, very few people understand the complexities of the procedures. Most find themselves stuck between going for preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and health maintenance organizations (HMOs). This article aims at addressing the differences between these two solutions to help you make an informed choice: