So, your first doctor search—finding the right OBGYN— is over. But when your baby is born, the obstetrician’s role in the baby’s life comes to an end. Then, it’s time ...
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Diabetes affects almost 26 million Americans, and managing the disease can be an overwhelming task. Any assistance a loved one can provide makes a huge difference. Below are a few ways you can offer your aid if you have a loved one suffering from diabetes. Help them create a diet plan and exercise regimen. Diet [...]
Breast exams aren’t only for those over the age of 40. Women should begin performing breast self-exams (BSE) starting at age 20. BSE’s help you learn the normal feel and look of your breasts, so you can notify your doctor if you notice any irregularities. They can be performed in the shower, in front of [...]
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time to reflect on personal risk, promote education and raise awareness. A difficulty that arises with diagnosing breast cancer is the lack of early symptoms. The telltale signs are breast lumps or an abnormal mammogram. Fortunately, early detected breast cancer is very treatable, and the survival rate is [...]
It’s Pain Awareness Month, and one of the most common areas we feel that pain is our knees. But, how much do you know about knee injuries and how to protect the largest joint in your body from injury? Your knees play a critical role in keeping you flexible and mobile, but unfortunately, they are [...]
You know what cholesterol is right? Well, atleast you know high cholesterol levels isn’t good for you. But what is cholesterol, actually? The truth is, cholesterol is something we all know of, but don’t know much about. Let’s change that. There are three kinds of cholesterol: HDL (high-density lipoprotein): HDL is good cholesterol that prevents [...]