If you’ve experienced a migraine, you know how debilitating it can be; persistent nausea and vomiting, ultra-sensitivity to light, auras that mess with your vision and balance, changes in your moods and even auditory hallucinations.
Most of us ring in a new year hoping that we won’t have to meet the deductible on our healthcare insurance plans. But, life happens and taking care of ourselves is important. If you have
September is World Alzheimer’s Month so there’s no better time to separate myths from facts about this form of dementia that affects an estimated 5.7 million Americans, most of whom are over the age of
A diabetes diagnosis can be frightening for many people. Like any disease, the uncertainty of one’s health going forward can weigh heavily on anyone’s mind. Although there are a few understood variables that come with
The term “robotic surgery” can be frightening. There are so many questions surrounding the emerging technology and its efficacy and safety. However, robotic surgery is paving the way for less invasive options when it comes
An onset of pain, numbness or tingling in the neck, shoulder, arm or hand can be more than a little disconcerting, especially when they start affecting a person’s daily life. There are several potential explanations
There are countless songs about a loved one making our hearts flutter or skip a beat, but when a quivering or irregular heartbeat strikes, due to a medical condition called atrial fibrillation (AFib), it’s nothing
Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) has been a hot topic among Dallas Cowboys fans, North Texans and the entire nation as news was recently released that Cowboys offensive lineman Travis Frederick has been diagnosed with the disorder.
It’s no secret that soda is not the healthiest option to quench our thirst, but many turn to diet soda thinking it is healthier than its original counterpart. Unfortunately, besides there being no research that
You may have heard the common suggestion that we should consume eight glasses of water a day, but individual needs aren’t necessarily one-size-fits-all. This month, we’re digging deeper to find out how much we really