# Medical care
Health: More Americans are Affected by Disabling Hearing Loss Than You Might Think
One of them could be you. “Blindness separates us from things, but deafness separates us from people.” --Helen Keller. The author is not a medical professional. The following is based on her personal experience and research into the subject. Those who believe they may be experiencing hearing loss should consult a doctor or hearing loss clinic.
Experience Health Care Abroad: The Rapidly Growing Medical Tourism Market
Are you considering traveling to a different country for medical care? With the Medical Tourism market rapidly expanding, more and more people seek medical care outside their home countries. Many factors can contribute to this, from expectations and experiences that can't be found in one's home country to the convenience of faster and more affordable care abroad. With this friendly guide, we'll explore why people are turning to medical tourism and its many benefits.
Why You Need a Medical Consent Letter Before Traveling without Kids
This post is not sponsored and does not contain any affiliate content. Save this travel tip before you head out of the country without your minor-aged children. Heading to a tropical island without kids for the very first time? Don't forget to secure this important medical document before leaving your children at home with caregivers.
Medical Care: You Have the Right to Be Heard
When we go to the doctor for a well check or an illness, we expect that our concerns will be heard and taken seriously. For most in the medical profession, patient care is top priority. A friend of mine that happens to be a nurse has mentioned multiple times about the ongoing national healthcare provider shortage. There are too many patients and just not enough staff. That being said, many still understand the importance of their work and whole heartedly do the best that they can for those that they care for.
Canadian woman chose death due to lack of medical care: ‘I could have had more time if I had more help’
A Canadian woman died recently from euthanasia through the country’s medical assistance in dying (MAiD) laws, but she admitted in her own obituary that it was a lack of appropriate medical care, and not her illness, that caused her to choose to die.
Tennessee Doctors Speak Out on Abortion Ban Legislation
Legislation would ban all abortions, allows abortion providers to be sued. A group of Tennessee doctors held a press conference today to urge the Tennessee General Assembly to stop legislation (HB2779/SB2582) that would effectively ban all abortions in the state and create a mechanism for suing abortion providers.
California prisoners given substandard medical care and families left in the dark, loved ones say
Prisoners of the California prison system and their loved ones.(Courtesy of family members) The wives and the mother of prisoners within the California Prison system say that their loved ones and many others are not given proper medical care and that it fails to communicate properly with them, if at all when they get sick or taken to another hospital.