What Happens After a Fibroid Treatment? Can Fibroids Come Back?
As you may be aware, there are medicinal fibroid treatments that can help women deal with the symptoms of fibroid cysts, and may even shrink the fibroids, too. Unfortunately though, these medicinal fibroid treatments cannot resolve the issue. They cannot destroy the tumors. Only surgery can ensure uterine fibroid removal, and guarantee an end to the problem.
But that’s not all. Once the uterine fibroid surgery is over, the story doesn’t necessarily en Continue Reading
How to Visit the Doctor Without Leaving Your House
For many people struggling with mental illness, it can be difficult to find a reliable therapist or counselor with convenient office locations. It is especially difficult for patients who are also physically disabled, or who live in rural areas. Fortunately, modern medicine has found a way to connect with these patients with telemedicine video conferencing solutions.
By connecting to clinics and doctors’ offices with telemedicine software, patients can ask questions and receive support without having to leave their homes. All telemedicine systems are required to be compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), to protect p Continue Reading
From Group Tennis Lessons to Luxury Spas, Here’s Why You Should See What a Racquet Club Has to Offer
When choosing a form of exercise for both fun and fitness, nothing is better for some people that a good game of tennis or squash. Tennis is known around the world as a prestigious sport, but it’s also one that anyone can learn to play. Racquet sports, like tennis and squash, are heart healthy and cut the risk of heart attack, heart disease, and stroke in half. Joining a racquet club and playing tennis or squash three times a week can also promote weight loss, too.
So what kinds of services can you find at your local racquet and tennis clubs? Here are some features that many of the most exclusive clubs offer.
Tennis and Squash Courts
To truly enjoy a game of tennis or squash, a club should offer plenty of courts for players to practice their game on. Whether they Continue Reading
Pain Management Therapy What You Should Know
Millions of people across the country suffer from some kind of chronic pain condition. Specifically, about 26 million Americans between 20 to 64 undergo frequent back pain. In fact, back pain is the most cited kind of pain condition in the United States. Chronic pain disorders inflict more Americans than diabetes, cancer, and heart disease put together, and Americans spend more than $86 billion a year on back and neck pain alone.
Not only are complex regional pain syndrome, sciatica, lumbar degenerative disc disease, and other pain back pain disorders are bad for the body, they are also Continue Reading
Childhood Vaccindation Debate Continues to Rage on as Measles Outbreak Spreads
As if this winter wasn’t bad enough, a recent measles outbreak which originated in Disneyland, has now infected at least 130 people across 17 different states, as well as Washington D.C., according to information released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). One state it has yet to affect is Mississippi.
The Magnolia state is known for a lot of things, many of which are not very good. Besides having a name that is both fun to say and spell, Mississippi also has the country’s highest infant mortality rate and the second highest levels of childhood poverty.
However, Mississippi has given life and literal meaning to the term steel magnolias by being the leader in early childhood vaccinations, a fact which many people — including pediatric doctors — feel has protected the sta Continue Reading