Health is a Way of Life
We live in a goal-oriented society. Most of us imagine a healthier version of ourselves and make plans to achieve it, with mixed success and satisfaction. Instead, let's look at health as a process, informed by knowledge, which we practice a little bit every day.
Your First Gynecologist Visit: What to Expect at the OB-GYN
Facing your first gynecologist visit? Don't be scared — it's really nothing to be afraid of. While you may feel nervous about having a medical provider examine you and talk about your reproductive health, it's usually a rewarding experience. Still, whether it's your first gynecologist visit or your 20th, it's always good to have a clear idea of what to expect.
Dehydration During Pregnancy: What Expecting Mothers Should Know
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.
What Is Telestroke?
Every second counts when it comes to stroke treatment. Once a stroke starts, 1.9 million brain cells may die each minute until the blood supply to the brain is reestablished. That's where telestroke comes in. What is telestroke? It's an approach that finds the right balance between getting to the closest hospital and having access to world-class expertise in stroke treatment.
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What Are the Types of Arthritis?
There are several types of arthritis. The most common types include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid or rheumatic arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis. All cause pain and limited range of motion, but they affect the body in different ways.
9 Types of Headaches: Symptoms, Triggers, and More
The World Health Organization estimates that nearly half of all adults have had a headache at least once within the last year. Many of us are accustomed to the disruptive pain of a headache occasionally.