Author: Sheila Burns

Most people don't have much cause to figure out where the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is - just so you know, it is the joint that connects your mandible and your temporal bone, and it allows your jaw to open and close. Of course, if you suffer from a TMJ disorder, you have likely become all too familiar with the location of this joint for the simple fact that it probably causes you quite a bit of pain or makes it difficult to eat, speak, and carry out the basic functions attributed to a working jaw. In some cases, TMJ disorders can be treated or even cured with medication, surgery, or other therapies. Sometimes they disappear over time. But it's not always clear what causes these disorders and they're not always curable. And if you're not keen on taking pain medication, you might be looking for DIY options that allow you to cope with the pain on your own.

Your first year at university can be one of the most amazing years of your life. The things you'll learn, the people you'll meet, the experience can be unforgettable. However, you want your first time at college to be unforgettable for all the right reasons and that means avoiding some of the very real obstacles and risks that every freshman must deal with when it comes to health and safety. There are some pressing college health issues that every student will encounter in their four years at school, but these dangers are more acute for incoming freshmen who can sometimes have a tough time acclimating to life on campus.

Seniors who are living by themselves may need some help from time to time. Quality In Home Senior Care can be tough to come by because sometimes it's difficult to determine the best kind of assistance necessary for an elderly adult's needs. Every senior is different, some are entirely self-sufficient and just need a little companionship because they live far from loved ones, others might need some greater level of assistance in preparing meals, running a few errands, and maintaining their home.