4 Tips for Finding the Right Doctor for Your Individual Health Concerns

4 Tips for Finding the Right Doctor for Your Individual Health Concerns

Written by Emma Sturgis
on Sunday, 24 March 2019

When it comes to your personal health, you need to find a doctor you can trust and one who will really listen to your issues of concern. Although there are some doctors who offer primary care for each member of your family, you might have concerns that can only be treated by a specialist or a healthcare provider who better understands your specific needs. 

Here are a few tips for finding a doctor catered to your health needs.
3 Ways to Minimize Symptoms of Histamine Intolerance

3 Ways to Minimize Symptoms of Histamine Intolerance

Written by Janice Joneja, PhD
on Sunday, 24 March 2019

According to a new study in JAMA Network Open, only 10 percent of Americans have food allergies, but almost double the number believe they do. 

Many of the other half may be suffering from histamine intolerance, caused by a DAO enzyme deficiency. The symptoms seen in allergic reactions, such as a runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, watery eyes, itching, headaches, hives and digestion issues, are also seen in histamine intolerance.
Right and Wrong Ways to Deal with Chronic Pain

Right and Wrong Ways to Deal with Chronic Pain

Written by Meghan Belnap
on Sunday, 24 March 2019

Chronic pain can bring your life to a grinding halt, and that is why many people turn to powerful painkillers. 

While those products temporarily mask your pain, they shouldn’t be used for long periods of time. If you are struggling with chronic pain, you need to come up with a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the root causes of your discomfort. 

Here are some of the right and wrong ways to handle chronic pain.
Sucker for Sweets? 4 Sustainable Strategies for Cutting Down Your Sugar Intake

Sucker for Sweets? 4 Sustainable Strategies for Cutting Down Your Sugar Intake

Written by Lizzie Weakley
on Friday, 22 March 2019

A sweet tooth can be hard to get rid of. Many people enjoy sugary foods as a fun treat, or they may turn to them for emotional reasons. 

Whatever the cause, if you are serious about kicking the habit, it can definitely be done. You just have to make a plan and be very dedicated and diligent. 

The following information provides four sustainable strategies for cutting your sugar intake that you may want to consider if you are unsure where to start.
Taking Precautions: 4 Medical Conditions to Research in Your Family History

Taking Precautions: 4 Medical Conditions to Research in Your Family History

Written by Emma Sturgis
on Monday, 18 March 2019

If you want to enjoy a good life, it’s imperative to take care of your health first. That said, you must take into consideration how likely you are to suffer from a certain condition. 

One of the first steps is to look at your family history. It can show whether you have a high chance of developing a specific ailment. Conditions such as diabetes, glaucoma, hypertension, and coronary heart disease can be passed down through generations, and if your parents have them, chances are you are at risk. 

Being at risk doesn’t mean you will experience them, but it’s a sign to take the precautions to prevent them from diminishing the quality of your life.
4 Holistic Remedies for Chronic Pain

4 Holistic Remedies for Chronic Pain

Written by Dixie Somers
on Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Dealing with chronic pain can feel impossible. One of the best ways to survive chronic pain is to find little ways to alleviate it throughout the day. 

While you may not be able to totally obliterate your pain, there are several holistic remedies that will help you get through even the worst days.
Dealing with the Pain of Medical Malpractice: 4 Reasons to Hire an Attorney

Dealing with the Pain of Medical Malpractice: 4 Reasons to Hire an Attorney

Written by Lizzie Weakley
on Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Medical malpractice can take the form of an accident due to negligence or intentional misconduct that jeopardizes the health of a patient. 

One of the biggest challenges common in almost all of these cases is time. Depending on the nature of the malpractice, physical symptoms of the problem may not emerge for months or years afterwards. 

People who believe they did not receive adequate care should consult with a medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible. Here are four reasons why.
Fables & Facts on Misleading Mommy Mantras

Fables & Facts on Misleading Mommy Mantras

Written by Kecia Gaither, MD
on Thursday, 07 March 2019

Bringing a child into the world can be a scary endeavor, and getting the health facts straight about what to consume (or avoid) during pregnancy and after the baby is born can be daunting. Contradicting health headlines and commentary-filled social media feeds bombard expectant mothers with fears and concerns they may have never considered.

It can be difficult for new moms to navigate through the old wives tales and unsaid rules of pregnancy. However, as more information and studies are published, old theories are being discredited and giving way to new practices. To avoid confusing facts with fiction, it’s important for expectant mothers to pay attention and to seek the advice of their health providers. 

In the age of minute-to-minute digital information, I caution mothers on fables and facts when it comes to these critical issues surrounding babies, bottles and booze.
Newly Disabled? 4 Helpful Strategies for Adjusting to Your New Life

Newly Disabled? 4 Helpful Strategies for Adjusting to Your New Life

Written by Lizzie Weakley
on Wednesday, 06 March 2019

Dealing with a disability can be extremely challenging. It can also be difficult to accept your disability if you have recently been diagnosed. 

There will likely be many emotions you will have to work through and various obstacles you will need to overcome. It can take time to adjust to your life the way it is now. However, there are many steps you can take in order to successfully adapt. 

The following information provides four helpful strategies you may want to consider in order to make the adjustment period easier for you.
Don't Let It Get You Down! 4 Tips to Help You Through an Injury

Don't Let It Get You Down! 4 Tips to Help You Through an Injury

Written by Dixie Somers
on Wednesday, 06 March 2019

Whether you've been hurt in an auto accident or sidelined in a sports mishap, spending a few weeks (or even months) recovering from an injury probably isn't your idea of a good time. 

Living with an injury is often frustrating, limiting, and painful, especially if the injury makes it harder to do your job or participate in your usual hobbies. The good news is, with the right care and enough time, your body has an amazing ability to bounce back from trauma. 

These four tips will help you stay positive throughout your recovery.
The True Costs of Untreated ADHD in Adults

The True Costs of Untreated ADHD in Adults

Written by Meghan Belnap
on Wednesday, 06 March 2019

For individuals who experience life with untreated Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the personal costs of living with the disorder can be enormous. 

Like many mental health disorders, conditions such as ADHD often go untreated due to social stigma about seeing a psychiatrist or psychologist, misunderstandings about mental health conditions, or simply self-blame for the symptoms of the disorder. 

Here are just a few of the costs of untreated ADHD in adults, and why addressing the condition can significantly improve your quality of life.
Emotional Sobriety: How I Cleaned Up My Life After the Drugs Were Gone

Emotional Sobriety: How I Cleaned Up My Life After the Drugs Were Gone

Written by Kate Adermann
on Friday, 01 March 2019

My first year of sobriety was all about figuring out how to get through each day without putting a substance in my body. 

I was sober, but I was bored out of my mind. I was unhappy and I was still evoking chaos in certain aspects of my life. My mind was still swirling with anxious thoughts about the future and regrets about the past. 

I’d put the drugs down, and that’s great, but now what?

The second year of my sobriety was about cleaning up what was inside of me. It was about developing emotional sobriety.
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