As a parent, you were probably very conscientious about taking your child to well-baby visits with your pediatrician and keeping up with recommended childhood vaccinations. But as your child hits the pre-teen years, keeping up with vaccinations might not be as automatic, and you might be putting your child's health at risk. One disease that your 11- or 12-year old should be vaccinated against is human papilloma virus (HPV). Here's what you need to know about this disease and the importance of protecting your child from it.
Spending a few days to a week or more in the hospital to recuperate from a major surgery or serious illness can often be necessary, and, while few adults enjoy a hospital bed over the comforts of home, many do enjoy the break of sorts to relax and renew. However, being hospitalized when you have a small child or children at home can bring an entirely new layer of complexity to the process.
If you are experiencing foot pain in the arch of one or both of your feet, or near the heel, then you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis. If you feel this may be a possibility, then you should call up and make an appointment to see a foot doctor. The sooner you can get seen, the sooner you can begin treatment so you can move past the pain. It may be a while before you can get in to the foot doctor, so you can follow the tips in this article to deal with the pain in the meantime.
When you lead a busy life, it can often be a challenge to squeeze a daily workout into your day. Upon suffering an injury such as a pinched nerve in your neck or back, you may need to dramatically change the manner in which you get physical exercise. When you develop a pinched nerve in either of these regions, it's a good idea to seek medical treatment. In addition to relieving your pain, your health professional will be able to come up with suggestions to help you continue to exercise in a manner that won't complicate the injury.
Osteoporosis, or the breaking down of your bones, can cause a lot of problems, such as potential fractures. Luckily, there are lifestyle changes that you can make that can help you prevent osteoporosis. It is never too late to make changes to keep yourself safe from the breaking down of your bones, so consider making these helpful lifestyle changes. 1. Start Eating a Healthier Diet Making sure that you eat a healthy, complete diet is a good way to keep yourself safe from osteoporosis.
I am one of those people who hates going to the doctor. In the past, I have relied on everything from cranberry juice to apple cider vinegar to fix my ails. As I get older though, I find that I need to rely more on traditional medicine than I did in the past. What I found out from my doctor is that I did not have to give up the holistic medicines I used. I could combine them. This blog is designed to help others focus on how to combing holistic treatments with traditional medicine in a safe and fun way.