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Treating Your Herniated Disc: What You Should Know

When you find yourself experiencing a great deal of back pain and go to the doctor, you may find yourself surprised that you are suffering from a slipped or herniated disc in your spine. However, the good news is that once you have identified the problem, you can begin the process of healing and treating the issue. If you have never had a herniated disc, you are likely not familiar with the treatment options available to you. Read More 

When Your Child Needs An Antibiotic On The Weekend: Why An Urgent Care Is Better Than The ER

Do you think that your child may need an antibiotic, but it's the weekend and the pediatrician's office is closed? If so, you may want to consider heading to a local urgent care facility instead of to an emergency room. If you don't think that the condition they have is life-threatening, and instead that it's a common illness that may need an antibiotic treatment, urgent care is a great choice. Read More 

A Guide To Braces And Finding Affordable Orthodontics

Protecting your oral health care takes serious consideration on your behalf, because you may need to go deeper than simply visiting your primary care dentist. If you are dealing with issues related to how your teeth are aligned and composed in your mouth, you may need to reach out to an orthodontics professional for a set of braces. In order to learn more about getting braces and how to purchase them with some affordable orthodontics options, consider this information below. Read More 

How To Manage IBS Symptoms On Your First Flight

If you have been recently diagnosed with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), you likely get a little nervous thinking about traveling by air for the first time. There's nothing worse than the fear of a flare up thousands of feet in the air, but you shouldn't let IBS stop you from attending important family events or vacations. Here are some tips on managing IBS symptoms on your first flight. Book a Seat Near the Bathroom Read More 

3 Experts Long Distance Runners Should See

Running is an excellent way to stay in shape and release stress. There are many benefits to pounding the pavement and more and more Americans are running each year. In fact, more than 19 million Americans run at least 100 days a year and more than 50 million run at least once a year. Many runners choose to only run a few miles at a time, but some train for long distances. Marathon runners and ultra-marathon runners take this hobby a step further. Read More