You don’t want to complain, but lately you have felt a little tingling or numbness in your hand and wrist. Sometimes, the pain is sharp. Other times it seems to travel from your wrist up through your arm. You try to shake it off but it just won... Read more
PMS. Three little letters that spell dread and discomfort for millions of women every month. It is reported that more than half and perhaps as many as 85 percent of all women experience discomfort related to menstruation, common referred to as Premen... Read more
Digestion isn't the kind of thing you have to think about much. You eat, and well, digestion just happens. Usually we're more concerned with what we're eating (Is it delicious? Does it meet our nutritional needs?) than what happens after... Read more
Maybe you ate the wrong thing or, on a gotta-get-healthier kick, you ate too much of the right thing (think fiber). All you know is that the inevitable discomfort has ensued and your pants feel a little tighter than they did this morning. What exactl... Read more
Cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea are some of the common and uncomfortable symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Unfortunately, no one has yet discovered a specific cause for IBS, but there are many factors that are... Read more
Sjögrens Syndrome? Some days r hard to exercise. I try to walk 4 miles at least 3x/week outside. I live in the desert so I take 2 bottles of water, lip moisturizer & sunglasses. Gym 3x/week for 45 to 60 min. I'm always exhausted! Any struggling SS'... Read more
So, I get scolded for stepping onto the shower mat (just outside of the shower) with wet feet.
So I ask what SHOULD I do?
I get told that I am suppose to not step on the shower mat with wet feet.
So the next time I s... Read more
As an aging polio survivor, I am wondering about Post-polio syndrome (PPS), a condition that affects polio survivors years after recovery from an initial acute attack of the poliomyelitis virus. Most often, polio survivors start to experience gradu... Read more
I take a Beta Blocker for Tachycardia. An article said "intense cardio w/BB's" may not allow me to run or jog to reach my max heart rate which is 148. I reach this on a treadmill 2% incline at 3MPH. Will I still lose moving at the pace of a turtle?... Read more
The science magazine Natures said Virgin Oil Oil may have the same effects of Ibuprofen. It may also inhibit the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol. A tsp per day may help in treating arthritis, cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol,& in pain ma... Read more
I am retired,diisabled (wheelchair-bound) and 69 yrs old. For my birthday in March, my daughter gave me a Fitbit. At first i was tracking less than 100 steps a day. After recovering from the shock, i am now tracking 1500 to 2500 steps a day and on... Read more
Since the 1940's a relationship between certain metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disease has been recognized. In the 1980's this association began being known as syndrome X or metabolic syndrome. Last week, a new study revealed that "women wh... Read more
How many of you have watched a movie or TV show where one of the characters, who has experienced a stressful situation in her life, suffers from what appears to be a classic heart attack but isn't? While this may sound a little farfetched, doctors ar... Read more
This video is 345 !!! I could NOT have done any better at describing what I am going through and it is so creative the way she did it and to where you can actually understand it! Ms. Ignorance cracks me up!... Read more
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