Month: February 2016

Most people don?t visit their dermatologist as often as they visit their primary care physician. In fact, many people never even see a dermatologist. Dermatologists are specialists for a variety of skin related issues, many of these issues that people…

Many health issues can cause sleep problems. For children who experience symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing, it is often caused be enlarged tonsils. Those children with enlarged tonsils are approximately 3.7 times more likely to encounter sleep disordered breathing. Another medical…

Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep disorders in the U.S. today — in fact, it’s estimated that around 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea on a regular basis. Despite its prevalence, most people don’t really understand…

Unfortunately, heart disease is a problem plaguing a large facet of our nation. In fact, at least 49% of Americans have either high LDL cholesterol, high blood pressure, or smoke — these are all risk factors for heart disease. Heart…

Few people will argue with the idea that it is wise to invest in health and life insurance. Health care expenses alone can force a person to file for bankruptcy, especially when a major illness, like cancer, occurs. This cost…

Is your anxiety out of control? Experts say that having a sense of nausea or of being out of control can be a natural part of life: panic before a new job, or nervousness at meeting new people. It’s only…

If you’re approaching older age as a male, you may start to hear your peers express worry about low testosterone levels. It’s tough to find a concrete level — it presents problems for some men while others aren’t as affected…

The rapid increase in cell phone and Internet use have created new health risks due to the proliferation of EMFs or electromagnetic frequency radiation. The public health effects of these new forms of radiation are only now being studied. Experience…

Heart disease is a leading cause of death among men and women in the United States. Nearly one in four deaths is caused by cardiac problems. That means more than 600,000 people die each year from cardiac problems. Every year,…

Healthcare is extremely important, as preventative medicine can protect you from many of the leading causes of death in the U.S., such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke. Finding a physician that can guide you through the best way…

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