February 2019 Archives

Asbestos injury: A nagging cough might be your first symptom

Most Pennsylvania residents have sought medical care at some point in life. If you're a parent of several children, you might feel as though, some years, you spend more time in a doctor's office than you do at home. Some people enjoy overall good health and only suffer the occasional virus or minor injury. Others suffer from chronic or terminal illness that necessitate specialized care on a daily basis.

Asbestos: Who in Pittsburgh is most at risk?

If you've lived in Pittsburgh all your life, you're likely proud of the city's reputation for being one of the friendliest cities in the nation. Perhaps you're an avid Steelers, Pirates or Penguins fan. Like many residents in this city and its surrounding regions, you and your family may take part in the numerous cultural events and festivals that take place at The Point, in the Strip District and other local areas every year.

Hospice care: Things to know about caring for the terminally ill

When a doctor diagnosed your loved one with an asbestos-related disease, such as mesothelioma or asbestosis, he or she likely explained that there is currently no cure for such illnesses. As time goes on, symptoms typically worsen. The central focus of care in such situations is palliative in nature, meaning the goal is to keep the patient as comfortable as possible in the time he or she has left.

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