Tips For Reducing Bloating And Indigestion As You Age

Remember when you were a teenager and you could eat as much pepperoni pizza and soda as you wanted and yet never get indigestion or feel bloated? Those were the days! Sadly, as people age, they tend to have more digestive issues and both bloating and indigestion are at the top of the list. Not only do these things make you feel uncomfortable, but they can greatly interfere with your day-to-day life if you don't take steps to control them. Read More 

Reducing Stress While Planning A Funeral

Life is one of the most precious and fragile things that humans have, which is why it should be appreciated on a daily basis. It is especially important to let loved ones know how much you are about them as often as possible, as you never know when they might pass away. Dealing with the loss of a loved one that you did not speak to in a while before he or she died can be one of the most depressing things to experience in life. Read More 

Four Ways That Stem Cells Are A Medical Revolution

If you've heard about stem cells in the news, then you may be wondering exactly what they are and how they can be meaningful to your health. Stem cells are a special type of cell that can divide both to replicate themselves and to transform into other types of cells. In this way, they can act as factories to produce the cells that your body uses for a huge variety of different purposes. Read More 

Common Treatments For Plantar Fasciitis

The plantar fascia is the band of tissue that connects the heel to the toes. When this tissue becomes inflamed, it can cause a painful foot condition called plantar fasciitis. The pain caused by plantar fasciitis is most pronounced in the morning when a person gets out of bed, but it can cause problems all day long. If you have been experiencing heel pain for an extended period of time, one of the best things you can do is see a podiatrist. Read More 

What To Expect At Your First Prenatal Visit

If your period is late or you have missed it completely, your first thought may be that you could be pregnant. Therefore, taking a pregnancy test at home is smart. While at-home tests are 99 to 100 percent accurate, false positives can occur, which is why you should schedule an appointment with your ob/gyn. With this guide, you will learn what occurs during this first prenatal appointment. Pregnancy Confirmation Your urine will be tested to confirm that you are pregnant. Read More