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Is Snoring A Sign Of Sleep Apnea?

Anyone who shares a bed or a room with a snorer knows how disruptive it is. You shake the bed, nudge them, and as a last resort, you might even throw your pillow at them. They keep you awake, and they may be causing themselves harm. Is snoring a sign of sleep apnea?  » Read more about: Is Snoring A Sign Of Sleep Apnea?  »


Mammogram FAQs You May Be Too Nervous to Ask

Many younger women having their first few mammograms are undoubtedly nervous. This is a new and somewhat scary test. Even women who are so-called “veterans” of mammogram screenings can find themselves with new questions or concerns. Don’t ever be afraid to ask questions of your doctor or the radiologist about an upcoming test. Here are a few answers to mammogram FAQs you may be too nervous to ask.  » Read more about: Mammogram FAQs You May Be Too Nervous to Ask  »


Cervical Cancer: What All Women Should Know

Let’s begin by telling all women that cervical cancer or cancer of the cervix is almost the easiest cancer to detect and successfully treat. Unless you live in a desert, a place where there is limited or no healthcare, or you just refuse to go to the doctor, cervical cancer can be caught early, treated, and cured. Cervical cancer: what all women should know.  » Read more about: Cervical Cancer: What All Women Should Know  »


Your Guide To Raising Healthy Active Kids

Have kids? If so, you know how our culture and the internet can interfere with parental guidance. They would much rather pay attention to “so-called” experts on Tiktok than listen to their parents. The good news is that you can counter almost everything the world puts in front of your kids. It takes patience and fortitude, but it can be done. To help you get started, here is your ew[   guide to raising healthy active kids.  » Read more about: Your Guide To Raising Healthy Active Kids  »


Why You Shouldn’t Skip Routine Full Body Skin Exams

Screenings or preventative care of all kinds like at the dentist, family doctor, or dermatologist is designed for early intervention and to catch problems when they are most treatable, in the early stages. It makes sense to stay ahead of problems. Keep reading for some benefits of an annual exam and why you shouldn’t skip routine full-body skin exams.  » Read more about: Why You Shouldn’t Skip Routine Full Body Skin Exams  »


How Does Chronic Pain Affect Mental Health?

Remember a time when you broke a bone or found yourself in pain for several weeks after a surgery. Remember how it affected your life, your ability to concentrate, or to accomplish minimal activities. Imagine if that pain didn’t go away in a few days or weeks. Imagine if it were chronic lasting for months or longer. How would you cope? Let’s focus on the question: how does chronic pain affect mental health?  » Read more about: How Does Chronic Pain Affect Mental Health?  »


Lifestyle Changes You Need To Make After A Heart Attack

Most of us have heard the tongue-in-cheek definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over, but expecting a different result. This certainly applies to heart attacks. Of the approximately 800K heart attacks that occur in the US each year, 600K are first timers and the other 200K people have had their second heart attack. This is a disappointing statistic. We all need to be informed about lifestyle changes you need to make after a heart attack.  » Read more about: Lifestyle Changes You Need To Make After A Heart Attack  »


How Do I Know If I Have Psoriasis?

There are several TV ads claiming relief from psoriasis including those with celebrities. Do you think you could have psoriasis with your dry skin? Do you have thick itchy patches of skin?  Yes, these can be symptoms of psoriasis, but how do you know if you have psoriasis?  » Read more about: How Do I Know If I Have Psoriasis?  »


2022-2023 Flu Season: Preparing Your Family

To be clear, the CDC recommends everyone over the age of 6 months get a flu shot this year. The most vulnerable are seniors over age 65 and young children with respiratory issues like asthma and illness which lowers immunity. There is more to understand about the 2022-2023 flu season: preparing your family.  » Read more about: 2022-2023 Flu Season: Preparing Your Family  »


Helping Your Family Cope With the Stress of a Cancer Diagnosis

When you are diagnosed with cancer, it is like an earthquake. Not only do you have to deal with this news, but you need to tell your family. Whom should you tell first, how to tell them, when, and what to say are all unfamiliar tasks. Not only do you need to come to terms with cancer, but now you are responsible for helping your family cope with the stress of a cancer diagnosis.  » Read more about: Helping Your Family Cope With the Stress of a Cancer Diagnosis  »


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