When you think of diabetes treatment, you probably think of weight loss, medication, and lifestyle changes like diet and exercise. You might not think of diabetes and bariatric surgery, but perhaps you should. Researchers have found that bariatric su...
Living with arthritis can be frustrating. Painful, stiff joints can make simple tasks like cooking, getting dressed, or even turning a doorknob into challenges. If you're suffering from arthritis, your doctor may have recommended occupational ther...
Staying hydrated is important for everyone, but it's especially important if you're pregnant. While you may want to avoid extra trips to the bathroom, adequate fluid intake is essential to supporting a healthy and safe pregnancy. Here's what you need to know about avoiding dehydration during pregnancy.
These days, it seems women's health and wellness has taken center stage, from medical care to the media. However, women's health trends and health care needs haven't always been in the spotlight. In fact, it's only been in the past 100 years that doctors and researchers have recognized the need to focus on the specific health requirements of approximately half the population.
They say you are what you eat, but it turns out that some of us don't have a good idea of what that is. If you tried to recall what you ate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner yesterday, chances are you'd probably forget at least a thing or two. A food diary or food journal can make you more aware of your food choices and eating habits.
Whether you're seeking medical treatment for a family member or yourself, managing an illness can be stressful. From doctors' appointments to insurance authorization to medical bills, you may feel like you're juggling too many balls. What if there was someone who could guide you through the process?
These days, the number of families affected by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD continues to rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 6.4 million children were diagnosed with ADHD in 2011, nearly 2 million more than were reported in 2003. In addition, around 10 million adults have the disorder as well.