Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

3 Treatment Strategies For PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting women. Since the symptoms can vary, a problem is often not apparent until trying to conceive. It is best to determine if you have PCOS early and start working on a treatment plan. Identify Problems Early It is in your best interest to have the discussion about PCOS with your gynecologist well before you plan to start a family. Read More 

Camping This Summer? Don’t Let Back Pain Get You Down

If you have plans of packing up your tent, sleeping bag and a cooler to head out for a weekend of camping this summer, you shouldn't let your fear of this activity worsening your back pain intimidate you. While it's true that camping isn't necessarily the best activity for those with sore backs, you can prepare carefully and be smart on your camping trip to reduce the risk of your back pain worsening. Read More 

Three Reasons You Should Select An ADHD Psychiatrist

If you find out that your child has ADHD, the school counselors may give you advice for the next steps on how to proceed. Many will suggest that you seek out a doctor that can prescribe medication that will help to decrease the ADHD symptoms and help increase your child's ability to concentrate in school and at home. If you are interested in helping your child in every way, it may be a good idea to take your child to an ADHD psychiatrist. Read More 

3 Things That May Slow Recovery After Laser Surgery

If you are considering having laser surgery for your varicose veins, your doctor will discuss things that you need to do in order to enjoy an uneventful recovery after your procedure. There are things, however, that may not be included in your discussion with the surgeon, but are nonetheless, very important. Here are three situations that may slow your recovery after undergoing laser surgery for your varicose veins, and what you can do to prevent complications: Read More 

Fight Off Senior Bone Disease With Diet And Exercise

As you age, your bones change. You don't need to look for complicated solutions to prevent a bone disease, such as osteoporosis, from taking away your mobility. Diet and exercise are two ways through which you can keep your bones healthy. Here is how your bones are changing and why modifying your diet and getting more exercise can slow down the damage. As You Age, an Imbalance Occurs Throughout your adult life, new cells develop to replace the old worn out bone cells. Read More