• Must-Read Information for Expectant Parents of Children with Spina Bifida

    5 December 2016

    Are you expecting a child that has the birth defect spina bifida? If so, you are likely a nervous parent-to-be. You may have numerous questions about your child's future and have likely been told that many of the answers you desire will have to wait until your child is born. This is because spina bifida affects children to varying degrees. For example, some children may have many health problems, and others may not.

  • 2 Reasons To Utilize A Pain Management Specialist

    17 November 2016

    One of the best resources that you can turn to when you are experiencing chronic or severe pain is a pain management specialist. A pain management specialist is a healthcare professional who has chosen to focus specifically on the treatment of pain. Listed below are two reasons to utilize a pain management specialist. Will Not Focus On Medication One of the biggest reasons to see a pain management specialist is that he or she is not going to focus entirely on medication to treat your pain.

  • 3 Fun Facts You Probably Don't Know About Your Blue Eyes

    13 October 2016

    There are all kinds of songs about them, an array of different shades of them, and even still, a lot of people don't know a great deal about their blue eyes. If you have blue eyes, you should definitely consider yourself special, as blue eyes are far less common than brown, hazel, or amber. When you take a look in the mirror and admire those baby blues, you may find it fascinating to know the following facts about your eye color.

  • Ingrown Hairs: More Than An Annoyance

    13 October 2016

    You probably had your first ingrown hair when you were a child, but chances are you didn't have many until you began to shave. Men and women both know how easy it is for hairs to grow inward and cause irritation or even infection. Usually, they are not a serious issue, but on occasion,they can become a real problem. As a result, you need to learn how to prevent and treat ingrown hairs.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About Pink Eye

    28 September 2016

    Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is the inflammation of the outer layer of the eye and eyelid. This is typically caused by a bacterial or viral infection that is, fortunately, quite easy to diagnose and treat. Symptoms tend to include itching and burning of the eyes, tearing up, discharge, and swelling. If you think you may have pink eye, it is important to pay close attention to these questions and answers about conjunctivitis.