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How To Make The Most Of Your Annual Checkup

Annual checkups are an important part of maintaining your health because they give you a chance to interact with a doctor and ask all of the questions you want. If you were healthy all year, you likely were not able to talk to a health professional. By going to a regular checkup, you are able to avoid having to search symptoms on the Internet and end up accidentally misdiagnosing yourself. However, it is possible to not get the most out of your annual checkup. Read More 

Why You Should Seek Help From A Neurologist For Chronic Headaches

Living with chronic headaches can become very cumbersome after a while, but it can be hard for doctors to treat this problem because it is hard to find the cause. There are many things that can leave a person with chronic headaches, and eventually, your doctor might suggest seeking help from a neurologist. What is a neurologist? Neurologists are doctors that specialize in treating problems caused by the nervous system. The nervous system is an important part of your body, but it is also very complex. Read More 

What To Expect Physically And Emotionally After A Hysterectomy

Many women choose to get a hysterectomy for a variety of reasons. Some women may do so because they have a medical condition, such as cancer, while others may choose to get a hysterectomy as a birth control option. Whatever the different reasons, there are some uniform changes that your body will go through. Here are some things you should expect for your physical and emotional recovery after a hysterectomy. Read More 

4 Common Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Suffering From Back Pain

Many people experience back pain at some point in their lives, whether due to an injury or medical problem. If you're suffering from back pain for any reason, then of course you want to find relief as soon as possible--especially if your pain is keeping you from completing everyday activities. As you strive to alleviate your back pain, however, there are a few major mistakes you'll want to avoid that could actually make your situation worse. Read More 

GERD: 4 Ways To Deal With It The Natural Way

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is also more commonly known as heartburn, is a common occurrence in America. In fact, roughly 60 percent of American adults experience GERD at some extent during a 12-month period and about 20 percent suffer symptoms on a weekly basis. With this being so common, it can be helpful to know how to deal with it if you ever begin suffering heartburn and related symptoms. Here are a few natural ways to deal with GERD: Read More