Making it Through Menopause

Do You Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Or Arthritis?

If you are experiencing weakness, numbness, or pain in your hand, you may suspect carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome often occurs when the median nerve — the main nerve in your forearm — becomes compressed and irritated, often due to repetitious or strenuous tasks. You'll want to visit your doctor for a firm diagnosis of the issue. Read on to see why arthritis can sometimes be confused with carpal tunnel syndrome. Read More 

Managing Your Atopic Dermatitis Symptoms

Skin problems can be extremely uncomfortable and fairly embarrassing due to their high visibility. Atopic dermatitis is a fairly common problem that is popularly known as eczema. While this is a somewhat common condition for patients to experience, there are many misconceptions when it concerns the steps that these patients will be able to take to lessen these symptoms and to make this condition more manageable. What Are The Symptoms Of Atopic Dermatitis? Read More 

All You Need to Know About Neck Pain

Neck pain is a very common medical condition. In most cases, neck pain results from muscle strain and should not cause alarm. However, severe neck pain may be a symptom of an underlying medical condition that requires emergency treatment. Below are the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for neck pain. What Is Neck Pain? Simply put, you have neck pain any time your neck hurts. Typically, the neck has bones, ligaments, and muscles that hold the head in position and facilitates motion. Read More 

Three “Extra” Types Of Care For Pregnant Women Of Advanced Maternal Age

If you are over the age of 35 and are pregnant, then you are considered to be of advanced maternal age. While this does come with some additional risks and concerns, as long as you work closely with your doctor, you should be able to have a healthy pregnancy and address any issues as they come. However, pregnancy can also be a bit harder on your body, in a physical sense, when you're in your mid to late 30s. Read More 

3 Signs Of ADHD In Your Child And Treatment Options

ADHD is the acronym for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and it can affect both young and old. If you have ADHD as an adult, you more than likely were diagnosed when you were young. Most symptoms of ADHD are caught when children are in grade school. Your child's teachers may have spotted some of the signs of ADHD, or maybe you have spotted the signs in your child. If you aren't sure of the signs, read on for a few below, and what treatment options are available. Read More