White House on Cusp of Allowing Prescription Meds from Canada for Import to USA
It’s a well known fact that large numbers of Americans have been griping about the high costs of their medications over recent years. Read More >>
Learn About Bipolar II Disorder
The difference for people with bipolar II disorder is that they don’t choose to be on the top of the world one moment, and then back down at the very depths. For people with bipolar disorder, this cycle repeats itself without mercy. It’s not something that’s easy to comprehend for a person in good mental health, but it’s important to be understanding of bipolar II disorder. Read More >>
What is the Most Common Cause of Bipolar Disorder?
One of the things people with Bipolar Disorder will be very insistent about is that their illness is NOT to be confused with depression. This is fair because there are major functional differences between the two. Read More >>
Are Bacterial Infections Contagious?
Yes, bacterial infections are contagious and for this reason it’s important to protect yourself against the most common ways these infections are spread among people. Now when we talk about something being contagious, we need to take a long look at yawning. Read More >>
Dealing with a Bacterial Skin Infection
Seeing as our topic today is bacterial skin infections, let’s keep it positive to start and consider the amazing nature of what is actually the body’s largest organ. For starters, if all the skin of your body was to be spread out on a flat surface it would cover a little more or less than 2 square meters. Read More >>
Types of Bipolar Disorder
For someone with bipolar disorder, they’ve got no choice but to always be on a roller-coaster of sorts when it comes to their mental stability. Read More >>
What Causes Bacterial Infection
Now it’s a fact that bacteria and viruses are very different from each other, yet many people know them to be pretty much the same. They’re not. They are both pathogens and as such they’re organisms that cause disease, but bacteria are larger and capable of reproducing on their own. Read More >>
How to Prevent Arthritis
There’s many sports that put a lot of strain on the joints all over your body. Track and field is definitely one of them, and particularly for your knees. Now granted, most people who play high-intensity sports regularly enough to be putting a LOT of wear and tear on their body are younger in age. Read More >>
Understanding Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms
We’re going to start here by looking at the nature of the term ‘double whammy’. We imagine most of you have heard it used many times, but where exactly does it come from? Read More >>
Determining the Best Medicine for Arthritis
We all might try to avoid it, but aging is inevitable and along with it comes a whole lot of wear and tear on the body. A major component of aging is arthritis, or more simply when joints degenerate and moving them becomes more difficult AND painful. Read More >>
How to Deal with Anxiety
In the modern world it’s easy to be mentally unwell. If you suffer from anxiety it’s helpful to know that the best way to deal with anxiety is to manage your stress level, practice relaxation techniques, improve family and friend connections for support, exercise more regularly, and get better sleep. Read More >>
What is An Anxiety Attack?
Attack is a strong word, so it’s natural to be at least a little intimidated when asking what is an anxiety attack? An anxiety attack is an episode of intense panic or fear that onsets very suddenly and causes significant mental distress for the individual. Read More >>
Anxiety Chest Pain
Anxiety chest pain is one of the manifestations of these symptoms, but fortunately it can be managed quite easily if you know what to do. Read More >>
Angina (angina pectoris – aka stable angina -, or unstable angina being the two primary types) is chest pain caused by a coronary artery being partially blocked by plaque buildup (stable angina) or blot clots (unstable angina). Read More >>
What Does Angina Feel Like?
Angina is not a very common medical term, and for that reason many people will have never heard of it. For that reason some people may ask what does angina feel like, and where do you feel angina pain? Read More >>
Is Angina Curable?
Angina is a cardiovascular health condition where chest pain results from the heart not receiving enough oxygen to function optimally. Is angina curable? Read More >>
What is Allergic Asthma
Most people will be familiar with asthma, even if they don’t have the condition themselves. They’ve likely seen an asthmatic using their inhaler at some point, and know that the primary characteristic of the condition is having difficulty breathing. Read More >>
What is an Asthma Attack & Symptoms
Compared to other ill-health conditions, an asthma attack will usually have much more in the way of severity and urgency to it. It’s easy to understand why that is, as breathing is one of the most critical functions undertaken by the body. Read More >>
Asthma Inhalers List and Names
An asthma sufferer will nearly always be keeping their asthma inhalers close by. That shouldn’t be a surprise, as these devices mean the difference between being able to breathe normally and struggling to draw... Read More >>
How Acne Medication Limits Skin Breakouts
Acne is a skin blemish condition that affects most people at some point during their youth. It occurs most acutely when people are young adolescents and experiencing puberty. Read More >>