Why You May Qualify For A Handicap Parking Permit

 
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30 Dec

Why You May Qualify For A Handicap Parking Permit

There are hundreds of thousands of people in the United States who may qualify for a handicap parking permit. But many folks are unaware of their eligibility (or the idea simply hasn’t occurred to them, or they are too darn stubborn!), and so they have not applied to avail of this useful service that would greatly improve their quality of life.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 30 December 2017

28 Dec

Sugar Or Fat: Who’s The Real Villain?

We're all agreed that both fat and sugar are potentially dangerous parts of an average person's diet when consumed in excess; both play a role in heralding obesity and keeping people overweight. But the two are very different substances. So when it comes down to it, which is worse: sugar or fat?

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 28 December 2017

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26 Dec

How Diabetes Can Result In Amputation

Diabetes is a group of conditions that are related to the regulation of insulin. While it is a well-known condition and its symptoms and treatments are well-recognized, many people, including those who suffer from the condition, are not aware that poorly managed diabetes can result in amputation.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 26 December 2017

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24 Dec

4 Simple Ways To Make Living With A Disability Easier

Living with a disability is undoubtedly tough work. So here are four simple ways to make living with a disability easier. All these points won't apply to every disability out there, but it's a good place to start when thinking about how to improve the life quality of a disabled person.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 24 December 2017

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22 Dec

5 Heart Disease Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Heart attacks rarely come out of nowhere, and are usually preceded by a number of different symptoms and signs that will let you know you're potentially suffering from heart disease. Knowing these warning signs can help you take action to avoid an increase of symptoms that can ultimately result in a fatal heart attack.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 22 December 2017