Talking To Your Doctor About Medical Marijuana

Have you been wanting to use medical marijuana? Getting a medical marijuana referral will mean you get a prescription card that gives you access to dispensaries. You can then visit these dispensaries, seek advice from the budtenders, and purchase the cannabis products that will benefit you the most. But how do you initiate that conversation with your doctor? How do you get started seeking that medical marijuana referral? Here are some tips.

A Venous Ultrasound Helps Your Doctor Diagnose Or Rule Out A Blood Clot In Your Leg

If you've been having leg pain or swelling and your doctor wants to rule out a blood clot, they may order a venous ultrasound. This imaging scan provides your doctor with images of the veins in your leg so they can look for abnormalities. Here's a look at how a venous ultrasound is done.  The Imaging Test Is Safe And Painless  An ultrasound imaging test is safe since it doesn't use radiation like X-rays do.

4 Things To Do With 4-Liter Bottles Of Hand Sanitizer

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many people to reevaluate their sanitation practices. For many, hand sanitizer has become a staple of daily life. Frequent hand cleaning is one way to kill the virus that causes COVID-19. Purchasing hand sanitizer in bulk will allow you to save money while keeping yourself and the people around you safe and healthy. Here are four things you can do with a 4-liter bottle of hand sanitizer with an attached pump:

Coolsculpting Could Be The Solution For Getting Rid Of Your Double Chin

You may know that CoolSculpting is a way to get rid of stubborn areas of fat on your abdomen and thighs, but you may not know the treatment can get rid of fat on your neck that gives you a double chin. It's frustrating to have pockets of fat anywhere, but the situation is worse when the fat is highly visible on your neck. A double chin can make you look older or unattractive, which is unfortunate when you are at your ideal weight.

Can You Have A Funeral When There's No Body To Bury Or Cremate?

Making funeral arrangements for a loved one is always a distressing time. For some families, it can be truly agonizing since they wish to hold a funeral service but are unable to bury or cremate their loved ones. A total lack of human remains is rare, but some causes of death (such as fire or another significant accident) may result in the absence of remains. If you and your family are in this heart-wrenching situation, how can you properly say goodbye to your loved one?