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September: National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month One in 5 children in the United States is obese. Childhood obesity puts kids at risk for health problems that were once seen only in adults, like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Read More...
According to the CDC, infertility affects an estimated 6% of married women between the ages of 15 and 44 years old and 12% of women regardless of marital status. Infertility is a problem that disrupts the lives of a significant portion of the population. Read More...
About 39.6% of men and women will be faced with a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime. One of the more common types of cancer is skin cancer. Skin cancer originates from the cells of the epidermis and is a destructive growth of the skin. Fortunately, most skin cancers are highly treatable with skin cancer treatment methods and don't spread to other parts of the body. Nonetheless, it's still important to know what signs and symptoms to look for. Read More...
Fortunately, with today's technology and knowledge, the outlook of cancer diagnoses is looking more and more positive. There are even better ways to detect cancer than in the past -- in fact, women between the ages of 65 and 74 who receive mammography screening every two years show a reduced risk of breast cancer. Treatment options have advanced too, especially for cancers like skin cancer. A variety of skin cancer treatments allow patients to choose which method they think will be best for them. Let's take a look at some common treatment methods for skin cancer. Read More...
Surgical procedures can take a major toll on your body. From weight loss procedures to orthopedic surgery, recovery after surgery can be difficult. After surgery, a surgeon may recommend rehabilitation treatments. If you have an upcoming surgery, it's important to understand the value of physical rehabilitation. This article will cover some of the benefits physical therapy and rehabilitation can provide after surgery. Read More...
For those who suffer from arthritis, it may prove to be difficult to complete even the simplest of everyday tasks. And activities like running, jumping, and high impact exercises are generally out of the question. Because of this pain and limited mobility, quality of life can significantly be decreased. Fortunately, there are many options for managing and treating arthritis pain. While treatment options will vary for each person, there are some common methods of treatment and pain management. Read More...
Regardless of age or sex, there are preventive health measures that should be taken to avoid illness and detect possible health problems as early as possible. Preventive healthcare begins with your primary care physician, as this is the doctor you will create a relationship with and see most often. Read More...