Do you know the name Selena Gomez? Maybe you’ve never heard of her. Perhaps you do know the name because your kids or grandkids are big fans of her music. Maybe you’re actually into her and have been following her on-again/off-again romantic saga... Read More
If you’re suffering from chronic pain in your lower back (or other areas) and want an alternative to expensive medications, yoga might be for you.
Research has indicated that yoga poses can effectively treat chronic pain resulting from osteoarthrit... Read More
If you’re experiencing pain, would you be open to the idea of experiencing pins stabbed into your body to relieve it? It’s a fair question, and one that deserves examination if you’re all out of options.
Painkillers are expensive, addictive, a... Read More
Whether you have a sharp pain in your ovary or experience dull aching ovaries, any pain in the area can be uncomfortable and a cause for concern.
There are a number of causes of ovary pain (1). The ovaries, located in the lower abdomen, serve a numbe... Read More
The ribs serve as an important protector that keeps many of your decidedly squishy organs from harm during everyday life.
When pain comes from under or behind the ribs, we tend to take notice. The right rib cage protects many organs involved in the c... Read More
Headaches are one of the most common health problems people experience. In fact, 45 million Americans wake up to chronically recurring headaches every day, including tension headaches, sinus headaches, and migraines.
There are many root causes that c... Read More
Headaches are one of the most universal types of pain that affects us.
They can affect people of any age, and they can also range in their level of pain.
Some feel like a minor throbbing, while others are much more severe. For example, migraines are ... Read More
The sternum is the flat bone located in the middle of the chest (also called the breastbone).
The upper part of the sternum supports the collarbone (clavicle), and the cartilage of your first seven ribs is attached to the margins of your breastbone.
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