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Intranasal Drug Delivery

By August 30, 2016 1340 Views No comments

Intranasal medication is a procedure for administering medications through the nasal passages. Also known as transmucosal administration or nasal drug delivery, intranasal medicating employs an atomization device that fragments the medication into fine particles as it is being sprayed into the nose...

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/25/2019

Medical Expense Reimbursements

By July 21, 2016 1325 Views 1 comment

The Affordable Care Act became law in March 23, 2010. The purpose of this law was to make health care more accessible, affordable and of higher quality for families, seniors, and businesses. This new law still accommodates many different types of reimbursement plans for medical expenses. This article examines some of the key medical expense reimbursement plans available for Americans.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/14/2019

Lung Bacteria and COPD by Peter Henry

By July 8, 2016 1556 Views No comments

Everyone's lungs have hundreds of types of bacteria living in them all the time. These colonies are both potentially good and bad depending on their effects on the body. The colonies of bacteria living in our lungs is called a microbiome and researchers are working towards better understanding it to help create new treatments for COPD and ultimately to unveil the causes of COPD.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/21/2019


Vision Aids

By June 23, 2016 1083 Views No comments

Vision, as defined by Merriam Webster, is "the act or power of seeing." There are many quality items in the public eye today that can help improve or maintain your vision throughout life, regardless of how poor or great your vision. Some can simply protect the eyes, others are able to sustain, assist or strengthen vision with constant exercise or with a supplement.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/27/2019

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Father's Day Gifts

By June 16, 2016 994 Views No comments

It's that time of year again! Time to show Dad (or Stepdad, or Granddad, or any important father figure in your life) how much he means to you. Of course we know how hard shopping for Dad can be sometimes. Because really, what do you get the father who already has everything? What if he's the guy who, when he wants something, just goes right out and buys it?

Stroke Awareness

By May 27, 2016 927 Views No comments

Strokes occur when the brain is blocked from a sufficient supply of blood. According to the Centers of Disease Control (CDC), strokes are ranked as number 5 for the cause of deaths in the United States. Strokes are also the leading cause of adult disability. In honor of "Stroke Awareness Month," this article will examine the types of strokes, symptoms and prevention steps.

Patient Lifts Review and Comparison

By May 26, 2016 1355 Views No comments

Patient lifts are designed to lift patients who require mobility assistance to transfer from a bed to the bath, commode, chair or automobile. Patient lifts are safety devices that protect mobility patients as well as caregivers from injuries. Just a few years ago, transporting a patient from one furnishing to another was significantly dangerous.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/26/2019

Celebrating the Beauty Within

By May 26, 2016 1045 Views No comments

With cosmetic companies crowing about "National Beauty Month," Vitality Medical believes it's what we put in our bodies and what we do our bodies that unlocks true, radiant beauty. Rather than slather on age-defying creams (hey, aging itself can be beautiful), consider nourishing the body's natural beauty with wholesome beauty products.

Zero Gravity Medical Recliners

By May 6, 2016 858 Views No comments

Zero gravity position is also called neutral body posture (NBP) and was first observed by NASA as the automatic position that the human body takes when in zero-gravity. This research has grown since the 1980's and we now know that there is some small variation in NBP but the basic position is the same.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/03/2019

Traveling with a Disability

By April 28, 2016 1114 Views No comments

After a long winter, millions with physical disabilities or long-term illnesses are eager to get out of town -- or the country. With just a little planning, bringing along an oxygen therapy device, special medicine or mobility aid is a breeze. Planning will also make your trip that much more enjoyable because you will have the same wellness and mobility that you do at home.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/15/2019