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Saving Money On My Medical Condition

When you have a chronic illness, it can take a big bite out of your bank account. In addition to footing the bill for medical deductibles and prescriptions, you might also find yourself renting medical supplies or paying for testing kits. I have a terminal medical condition, and you wouldn't believe the amount of money I have spent on medical services over the years. However, a few years ago I learned how to save money, and I want to teach you the same things. My blog talks about how to save money on everything from simple medications to trips to the doctor's office.

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3 Tips For Buying Used Ultrasound Machines
14 March 2017

If you are a medical professional who is looking t

Two Reasons You Might Have Foot Pain And How They Are Treated
27 July 2015

Your feet are made up of many different bones, lig

Helping A Loved One With COPD Manage Daily Life
11 June 2015

Millions of people suffer from chronic obstructive

3 Tips For Buying Used Ultrasound Machines

If you are a medical professional who is looking to start your new practice off on the right note, it will be very important for you to start by buying all of the medical equipment that you need. In this regard, an ultrasound machine is often the foundation to medical practices, so you need to start shopping around for a great deal. One of the best ways to find such a deal is to look for used ultrasound machines. Read More 

Two Reasons You Might Have Foot Pain And How They Are Treated

Your feet are made up of many different bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles, which can get a lot of daily wear and tear. It is estimated that between75 and 80 percent of the adult population have some type of foot problem. And women are four times as likely as men to have foot problems because of the shoes they wear. Here are two possible causes for your foot pain and the treatments for them. Read More 

Helping A Loved One With COPD Manage Daily Life

Millions of people suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a serious lung condition that impairs breathing. If you have a family member who has been recently diagnosed with COPD, there are many things you can do to help improve your loved one's quality of life. The following guide provides you with useful tips on how to help someone cope with COPD. Manage Indoor Air Quality If your home has poor indoor air quality, you need to take action to protect your family members who have been diagnosed with COPD. Read More