Follow these informative health awareness posts from the experts at SSDHelpNow.com. We’ve helped thousands of people across the country get the Disability benefits they need. We can help you too.
March is National Kidney Month. The Disability Team at McDonald Law Firm encourages everyone to think twice when it comes to Kidney health.
While genetics and luck play a role, your health is largely in your hands. Whether you are trying to reduce the risk of prostate cancer or lower your blood pressure, there are specific things you can do to take charge of your life and live longer and stronger.
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to mental illness. Here are some mental health facts you probably didn’t know.
It’s Melanoma Monday — time for a refresher on how to stay safe in the sun. Here are nine important sun safety tips and reminders to protect you and your family this summer.
April is Parkinson Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to this progressive brain disorder. Here are nine Parkinson’s Disease facts you may not know.
March is National Kidney Month. Here are some fast facts about those vitally important organs, which are prone to infection and disease.
It’s February, the month dedicated to matters of the heart. Here are some interesting facts about the hardest working muscle in the body and some staggering statistics about heart disease.
Coping with cervical cancer is frightening. It’s easy to feel isolated and alone. Here are some suggestions that may make dealing with cancer easier.
Safety is an issue for people with epilepsy. Everyday tasks such as cooking, bathing and driving can actually be quite dangerous. The following safety precautions can help you stay safe:
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