• Ready To Lose Weight On Your Own? What To Know

    29 February 2016

    A lot of people think that the key to weight loss is eating as little as you can and working out every day, but you don't have to take your efforts to these extremes to get great weight loss results. Instead, you can find a balance and with moderation you can notice the pounds starting to slip away. If you take the time to think about what you eat before you put it in your body, and you make an effort to get active, you'll realize that losing weight doesn't have to be a struggle.

  • Volunteering Your Body For Clinical Research: Three Good Reasons To Become A Human Guinea Pig

    9 February 2016

    Clinical research companies establish themselves in order to further modern medicine and medical treatments. There are clinical research trials happening all over the country all year long. If you would like to be a willing patient in a clinical research trial, but have some trepidation about the whole "human guinea pig" process, here are three good reasons to sign up. Your Participation Is Part of the Critical End Processes for Medicines and Treatments

  • Seeking Treatment For Your Varicose Veins: What To Expect

    21 January 2016

    Do you have bulging, blue, unsightly veins in your legs? Known as varicose veins, these veins are not just ugly -- they can often cause itching, pain and aches in the legs. Many people who ignore their varicose veins for years finally seek treatment when they start experiencing these symptoms. If you're one of those people who have recently decided to seek treatment, it helps to know what to expect.

  • Hand Pain Won't Go Away? See An Orthopedic Surgeon About RA

    5 January 2016

    If you suffer from chronic hand pain that won't go away no matter what you do, speak to an orthopedic surgeon right away. Pain in one or both hands can indicate a number of things, including rheumatoid arthritis. If you put off seeing a bone and joint specialist for an exam or treatment, your chronic hand pain can become worse. Here's how rheumatoid arthritis affects you and tips to use at home for temporary pain relief.

  • Faqs About Chest Pain During Pregnancy

    4 January 2016

    During pregnancy, you can experience a number of symptoms, including chest pain. Although the chest pain is uncomfortable, in most instances, it is not an indication of a more serious issue. However, there are exceptions. If you are pregnant and dealing with chest pain, here is what you need to know. What Causes Chest Pain? Chest pain during pregnancy can be caused by several different factors. For instance, the pain could be the result of your baby growing.