Paul Adams

Simple Guideline to the Standard Varieties of Skin Cancer

A typical assumption some people are known to make about skin cancer is that it is just one form of cancer. However, while skin cancer is one way that you can be afflicted with this disease, different types of cancers fall under this general category. These different kinds of skin cancer will have varying characteristics, for instance, they will progress at disparate rates, they will present with variable severity, and they will even require different forms of treatment. Read More 

A Guide to Aortic Aneurysms

'Aortic aneurysm' is a term used to describe the dilation of a section of the the body's primary artery, the aorta. This dilation can lead to a person's artery rupturing, which can, in turn, put their life at risk. Read on to learn more about this condition. Symptoms The symptoms that a person will experience when they have this condition will depend on where the aortic aneurysm is located (this type of aneurysm usually develops in either the thoracic region or in the abdomen). Read More 

Tips for Your Asbestos Testing Journey as a Small Business

As a silent killer that's sometimes easy to ignore, asbestos is the cause of multiple respiratory deaths across Australia. Statistically, Australia has the world's second highest mesothelioma death rate, which is a form of cancer with a strong asbestos link. If you are running a small business and you want to keep your workers safe, you may need to start your asbestos testing journey. Understanding more about it can help you protect yourself, and your workers. Read More 

5 Measures to Expedite Healing After Sports Injuries

The worst nightmare of any athlete is to be sidelined from competitive sports due to an injury. However, injuries are sometimes inevitable. It is therefore advisable to keep the injury minimal so that you can recover quickly if you ever get injured. This article discusses some helpful measures that you should implement in the immediate aftermath of an injury so that you can increase your chance of recovering quickly. Protection Read More 

5 Eye Problems You Can Prevent by Wearing Goggles When You Swim in a Pool

Whether you're jetting off on holiday or going down to the local swimming pool, you'll always appreciate a nice dip in the water during a warm summer's day. However, you need to make sure your eyes are protected, and that means wearing swimming goggles.   Here are just five eye-related problems they can prevent. 1. Chlorine Irritation Most of us have experienced the discomfort of getting into a pool that has too much chlorine in. Read More