18 December 2015
Babies tend to develop colds often, and many parents believe this occurs from teething. Most experts do not believe that teething causes cold-like symptoms. Instead, the symptoms your baby has might be from an illness. Wheezing is one symptom sometimes present with a cold, but this is not a symptom you should attribute to teething. Wheezing can indicate a serious problem that may require immediate care. What Is Wheezing? Wheezing is a term that refers to the high-pitched sound you can hear when a person breathes.
4 December 2015
If you have recently been experiencing a lot of stomach pain, your doctor might recommend getting an abdominal ultrasound. An abdominal ultrasound is a great tool at detecting issues within the abdominal area, and it could be the easiest way to determine what is causing your stomach pain. Here are two things you should know about this. What is an abdominal ultrasound? When women are pregnant, they go to the doctor for ultrasounds periodically.
17 November 2015
If you have been in a situation where you had unprotected sex with an acquaintance or stranger, you will want to take steps in ensuring your health is not compromised afterwards. This can be an anxious time and most people tend to keep to themselves after being in this type of occurrence. To protect yourself, there are a few steps you should take to make sure you remain healthy after having unprotected sex. Get Tested For Diseases
2 November 2015
Countless individuals have a cup of coffee in the morning. It's what gets them up and moving around. Without their coffee, they would be in a funk all day. It is a staple for them. While some people just enjoy the taste of coffee, others depend on it for the caffeine to give them the little extra boost they need when feeling down. However, there are plenty of other benefits to drinking coffee that you might not be aware of.
19 October 2015
Back pain is one of the most common health issues facing Americans. More than 30 million people suffer from pain in the low back and it's predicted that eight in 10 people will contend with some degree of back pain at a certain point in their lives. An effective way to take ownership over your discomfort is to seek the care of a chiropractor. Getting a treatment plan and a series of adjustments can help return your back to its correct alignment and reduce the pain you're experiencing.