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You Are Pregnant! Now What Do You Do?

Once that home pregnancy test comes back positive, you can have several emotions go through your head at one time. After the initial shock wears off, you need to know what to do next. Visit an Obstetrician Sometimes, though it is rare, a home pregnancy test can give a false positive. For this reason, you need to visit an obstetrician right after you get a positive result from your home test kit. Read More 

How To Treat A Sprained Ankle

If you play a sport and you have sprained your ankle, you want to do everything you can to relieve the pain and help your ankle heal faster. A bad sprain can really hurt, but the good news is they generally heal completely with no lasting effects. This article will offer you advice to help you alleviate some of the pain of a bad ankle sprain and help it to heal faster. Read More 

Deciding When The Time Is Right For Cataract Surgery

When your eye doctor discovers you have cataracts, he or she may not recommend surgery right away. If your early cataracts do not interfere with your vision, your doctor may watch how they progress over the years and decide when the time is right to remove them. Here are some signs that indicate when it's time to start considering cataract surgery. Seeing Halos Around Lights When your cataracts get to a certain stage, you'll begin to have problems with glare from sunlight and you'll probably see halos around street lights. Read More 

Chiropractic Care For Golfer’s Elbow And Back Strain

Golfing helps people stay fit, especially if they walk around the course instead of using a cart. Even golfers who need to rely on a cart get some good exercise and breathe in plenty of fresh air. However, an acute back strain or chronic back pain can develop, and so can a condition known as golfer's elbow. If you're dealing with either of these problems, chiropractic care can offer relief and prevent them from occurring again. Read More 

Chiropractic Assistance For Veterans Dealing With Pain

Military service can leave behind a lot of aches and pains that aren't always explained by a single incident. A combination of different events and the wear and tear of military life in general can lead to pain that becomes worse as time goes by. Unfortunately, due to the cost of medical care and the difficulty of transitioning to a civilian career with injuries, not all veterans may be able to afford immediate or lasting care. Read More