Staying Healthy During Your Pregnancy

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2019

3 Ways To Feel Better And Get More Energy

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As you get older, you may find that you feel run down and tired much of the time. You may long for the sense of vitality and energy you experienced in your youth. You should know that you don’t have to settle for feeling subpar for the rest of your life. There are steps you can take to feel better and have more energy naturally. Here are three ways you can accomplish this: Read More»

How To Pick A Psychiatric Behavior Treatment Facility

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Deciding to seek help addressing mental and emotional health issues can feel like a big step to take. It doesn’t have to be, but it’s important to know some things about the psychiatric behavior treatment facility you’re thinking about going to. Here are four issues to keep in mind when you pick a psychiatric behavior treatment facility service provider. 1.  Inpatient vs. Outpatient Options Most facilities offer some mixture of inpatient and outpatient care. Read More»

Hair Thinning After Kids? What Are Your Options?

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If you’re like many women, you may have experienced the lushest, thickest locks of your life during pregnancy and the postpartum period. But eventually, this hormone-fueled hair boost gives way to alarming clumps of hair circling your shower drain. After a while, you may notice that your hair looks even thinner than it was pre-pregnancy. What’s behind this hair loss, and is it reversible? Read on to learn more about how to identify and treat thinning hair after pregnancy. Read More»

2 Things MRI Imaging Can Do That CT Scans Can't

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You’ve probably heard the terms MRI and CT scan frequently bandied about the health care industry. But if you’ve never had to experience either of these high tech imaging methods, you may be unfamiliar with their processes and what they can do. MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging and is typically a cylindrical scanning chamber. The scanner uses magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed pictures of the structures, organs, and tissues inside your body. Read More»

Is It A Cold Or Something More Serious?

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The common cold is an unfortunate fact of life that affects every single person on the planet. The frigid, dry air of winter also allows the cold virus to spread more easily, which can make catching a cold even more miserable. While there is no cure for the common cold and it usually relatively benign, it can occasionally turn more serious. Here is what you should know. Be Proactive There isn’t a vaccine for preventing a cold, which is called by several different viruses, but there is a vaccination for the flu, which is caused by the influenza virus. Read More»