Infertility 101

Posted on: 26 April 2017

If a couple finds they cannot conceive on their own, visiting a physician who specializes in infertility treatment is the next natural step. The woman's age can be a factor in which treatment is recommended. Women over the age of 35 naturally have a harder time conceiving, and this is also the age where the risk of birth defects increases. Underlying medical conditions in both the woman and man can also play a role.
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Learn How Acupressure Can Help You

Posted on: 21 April 2017

Acupressure is like acupuncture, but without the use of needles. To help you understand whether this is an ideal type of therapy for you, you will want to review the following ways in which it can help someone. Headaches Many normal headaches can be easily resolved with some over-the-counter pain medication. This is not an uncommon problem for people to experience once in a while. However, some people find that they are a little unlucky, and they have headaches on more days than they don't.
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Types Of Audio Tests That Help Diagnose Your Age-Related Hearing Loss

Posted on: 14 April 2017

It's common to experience some hearing loss as you age, especially if you worked around loud equipment most of your life. At some point, your loss of hearing might begin to interfere with your quality of life. Conversations become difficult to follow, you can't hear the television without it being so loud it disturbs everyone else in the house, and you might even put your safety in danger if you can't hear approaching cars when you're out walking.
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Your Child, Rheumatic Fever, And Heart Disease

Posted on: 11 April 2017

When most people think of heart problems, they tend to think of older adults as the primary sufferers. Unfortunately, many children have heart issues as well. These can stem from congenital defects or diseases they are born with, or as a result of diseases they acquire later in life. One of these diseases is rheumatic fever. Here is what you need to know. What Is Rheumatic Fever? Rheumatic fever occurs as an inflammation resulting from a streptococcal infection, usually strep throat.
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