Medical Risks of Tattoos and Piercings

People of all ages get inked and pierced all over their bodies. Both are exceedingly common nowadays, but while piercing and tattooing parlors are well regulated, there are still health and safety concerns to consider before making your next appointment. Medical Risks of Getting a Tattoo The potential complications involved with getting a tattoo include: Allergic Reaction:Mainly to the dyes used in tattoo artistry. A … Continue reading Medical Risks of Tattoos and Piercings

Recover Like an OLYMPIAN

Being an Olympic athlete is essentially training to be a superhuman. Their athleticism is a cut above the rest—and for a good reason, seeing as they are competing to be the best in the world. They must push their bodies beyond unthinkable limits daily to achieve that. With that in mind, it can be easy to forget that, like regular athletes, their bodies need time … Continue reading Recover Like an OLYMPIAN

The Investment Centre Keeps the Client in Mind

The Investment Centre at CBC Bank in Valdosta, Georgia, takes its mission to provide quality advice, investment products, and services to the residents of the community seriously. With their comprehensive and holistic approach, they help clients and their families see the bigger picture of financial planning. The Investment Centre at CBC Bank serves the purpose of enhancing the financial well-being of all members of the … Continue reading The Investment Centre Keeps the Client in Mind

How Diabetes Got Him Back in the Swing of Things

Kevin Bush was always active in athletics. He played both organized and back yard football and baseball with friends growing up in Thomasville and, ultimately, in high school for the Bulldogs. As a junior, he led the region in receiving yards for the Bulldogs. Once out of high school, his love for sports remained, and Bush turned to softball and golf. While Bush remained active, … Continue reading How Diabetes Got Him Back in the Swing of Things

Caring for the Previous Generation

Once she made her mind up, Billie Jo Mleko had no doubts. She was going to become a nurse. Beginning at a young age, Mleko was surrounded by nurses. She was born with aortic stenosis, which eventually called for an aortic valve replacement with a mechanical valve. But during that nerve-inducing time, Mleko found comfort in the staff that helped her through. “That was a … Continue reading Caring for the Previous Generation