Many times throughout our newsletters we have discussed various anti-inflammatories along with the risks and benefits behind them. We have also told you about how certain pharmaceuticals have made it into the news because they increased the risk of a... Read More
About 750,000 Americans experience a stroke each year. This damaging condition is caused by a sudden lack of blood reaching the brain, leaving tissue without oxygen and nutrients. The most common form of stroke is called “ischemic stroke,”... Read More
Sometimes constipation is more than just an occasional, frustrating occurrence. In many cases, for some people, the muscles in their pelvic area don’t contract or relax properly. For them, constipation isn’t just an irritant; it’s a... Read More
The period following what is known as a transient ischemic stroke, or mini-stroke, can be a nerve-wracking time for both doctors and their patients. Many people who experience a mini-stroke also experience a full-blown stroke as well in the future.
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Millions of surgeries take place across the country every day, all because people’s bodies reach a state where they can no longer function without some tinkering beneath the skin. Now, this short article will dive into a rather dramatic subject... Read More
Light therapy–also called phototherapy–is really starting to gain major recognition. Some major journals have recently published significant studies, and for those of you who suffer from any kind of mood disorder at all, you might want to... Read More