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You May Just Have Adult ADHD If...

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Although you mean well, you are willing to work hard, and you have ambition, for some reason you have an extra difficult life. Here are the five signs that you could have adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder:  1. When you were in the third grade, and you started out taking a math test but ended up making a spectacular drawing of a horse on your desktop. (The math test paper was never found. Read More»

3 Types Of Hysterectomy Procedures: Which Is Best For You?

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Have you been told that you need a hysterectomy? If so, you’ll likely need to decide which type of procedure you want to have. It used to be that all hysterectomies were done through open abdominal surgeries. Advances in medical technology over the past few years, though, have opened up new procedures that may offer some benefits. For example, laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery are two alternatives that many women prefer over open abdominal surgery. Read More»

How To Cope With A Cancer Diagnosis

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Cancer, the final frontier. The one diagnosis that gives fear and concern like no other. These days cancer diagnoses are becoming more and more frequent, and following that, understanding how to cope with a cancer diagnosis is becoming more and more important for patient care. Whether it is you, your partner, a family member, or a friend who has been given the diagnosis, understanding how to cope with it is essential. Read More»

4 Things You Need To Know About Coccidiodomycosis

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Coccidioidomycosis is a fungal infection. It’s caused by a genus of fungi called coccidioides that are endemic to the Southwestern region of the United States. When coccidioides infect your mouth, the resulting infection is known as oral coccidioidomycosis. Here are four things you need to know about it.    What are the signs of coccidioidomycosis? Coccidioidomycosis is contracted when you breathe in the coccidioides fungi, so typically, the first sign of the infection is pneumonia. Read More»

4 Things Parents Need To Know About Food Protein-Induced Entercolitis Syndrome

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Food protein-induced entercolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a type of food allergy that causes gastrointestinal symptoms in children. Here are four things that parents need to know about it. What are the signs of FPIES? FPIES is a delayed food allergy, so the symptoms of the allergy won’t appear right away. Typical food allergies cause a reaction within minutes, but FPIES symptoms can take hours to show up. These symptoms include gastrointestinal symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea. Read More»

The Benefits of Inpatient Rehabilitation

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For people coping with addiction recovery, the process can be a long and daunting road. There are several different options available to people recovering from drug and alcohol problems, and a rehabilitation program is one of the most effective and comprehensive forms of treatment. When it comes to rehab, people can choose to attend therapy sessions and other methods of treatment known as outpatient rehabilitation, but in some cases the inpatient method is preferred. Read More»

Treating Your Crohn's Disease: What You Should Know

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When you have been suffering from abdominal pain, cramping, and stomach upset for a prolonged period of time, the biggest relief you have likely felt in a long time is to find out what is causing your chronic discomfort. A Crohn’s Disease diagnosis may be a temporary relief, but your next thought will be what you can do to get your Crohn’s Disease under control and treated. Get to know some of the different treatment options available to you for your Crohn’s Disease so that you can get your stomach discomfort under control. Read More»