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  • Sleep architecture is the amount of time spent in each sleep cycle. Abnormal architecture may be caused by sleep-disordered breathing, periodic leg movements, or other sleep disorders.

    What Is Sleep Architecture?

    What Is Sleep Architecture?

    by Leah Lefler17

  • Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is an invisible disease that affects various autonomic functions of the body. It results in low blood pressure, high heart rate, and fainting.

    POTS: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

    POTS: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

    by Valorey Salter0

  • An asthma inhaler can transform the life of an asthma sufferer. All asthmatics should have some kind of inhaler and understand how to use it.

    Inhalers for Asthma Relief

    Inhalers for Asthma Relief

    by Kate Swanson36

  • Whether having pets as an infant causes or prevents childhood asthma has long been debated. Some research has shown that owning pets early on can reduce sensitivity to allergens, but experts have not reached a consensus.

    Can Having Pets Prevent Asthma?

    Can Having Pets Prevent Asthma?

    by Lucy Aslan0

  • When a person undergoes surgery, the raw surfaces created can leak out tiny amounts of fluid that usually get absorbed back into nearby capillaries. However, in some instances, the leaking fluid may accumulate, leading to a fluid-filled collection known as a seroma.

    Seroma: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

    Seroma: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

    by Dr Pandula2

  • Some of us do not feel comfortable hearing the cracking and popping that occur when being adjusted by a regular chiropractor. Alternative chiropractic services offer a much gentler technique.

    Alternative Chiropractic Care: The Activator Tool

    Alternative Chiropractic Care: The Activator Tool

    by Susan Holland56

  • Gynecomastia affects up to 50% of males, yet few have heard of this condition. The author interviewed specialist Dr Hassan Nurein to learn more about causes and treatments for this condition.

    Understanding Gynecomastia, or Enlarged Male Breasts

    Understanding Gynecomastia, or Enlarged Male Breasts

    by Georgiana Dacosta0

  • There are a lot of over-the-counter choices to treat allergies. Learn the differences between Allegra and Claritin, Benadryl and Sudafed, and Flonase and Afrin. Don't let allergies ruin your day!

    What Are My Options for OTC Allergy Relief?

    What Are My Options for OTC Allergy Relief?

    by Brandon Young0

  • Some people don't believe fibromyalgia exists, but patients with this painful condition certainly do. Learn about why it is so hard to diagnose, symptoms, and the current treatment options.

    Is Fibromyalgia Real? The Grey Area of FMS

    Is Fibromyalgia Real? The Grey Area of FMS

    by Shannon Perry2

  • Growing up with a cleft lip and cleft palate is a unique experience, and I want to share my story in the hopes that it will help others understand what it was like, and to spread awareness and promote empathy for others with this condition.

    Growing Up With Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate: My Experience

    Growing Up With Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate: My Experience

    by Melissa Clason0

  • Women need to be aware of the top issues affecting their health. With the medical technology and information available today, it is totally possible to avert these health problems and live longer.

    Top Issues Affecting Women's Health

    Top Issues Affecting Women's Health

    by Chin chin2

  • I was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. I am here to share how this condition affects my day-to-day life, including my love life.

    Living With Half a Heart

    Living With Half a Heart

    by Kara Rae Azar2

  • Costochondritis is a rare condition results that in inflammation of the cartilage connecting a rib to the breastbone (sternum). I have personally experienced this condition.

    What Is Costochondritis?

    What Is Costochondritis?

    by NHJinx1

  • People with phantosmia have an illusory sense of smell; they smell things that simply are not there. Read more about this uncommon smell disorder.

    Phantosmia: The Smells in Your Head

    Phantosmia: The Smells in Your Head

    by Annette R. Smith42

  • Ambien has been a great prescription sleep medication for some, but others need something extra to help them sleep. Is it really safe to take melatonin while using Ambien?

    Is It Safe to Use Melatonin With Ambien?

    Is It Safe to Use Melatonin With Ambien?

    by Robbieisfun1

  • Epidemic typhus is caused by bacteria in contaminated lice feces that enters the body via bites. Murine typhus bacteria enter the body in flea feces. The first disorder is generally more serious.

    Epidemic and Murine Typhus: Lice, Fleas, and Bacteria

    Epidemic and Murine Typhus: Lice, Fleas, and Bacteria

    by Linda Crampton6

  • When we lose a loved one, sometimes we get stuck blaming ourselves for things that were not our fault.

    Second-Guessing Grief

    Second-Guessing Grief

    by Carolyn Fields10

  • It's no secret that obesity has become a serious problem in America. This article explores the causes of obesity and the effects it can have on your health and well being.

    The Obesity Epidemic: Root Causes

    The Obesity Epidemic: Root Causes

    by Kevin W6

  • No one wants to be sick, especially with the flu! Learn how to avoid getting the flu this winter.

    How to Avoid Getting the Flu

    How to Avoid Getting the Flu

    by Sarah Knight1

  • Chicken pox is much less common in adults than it is in children, but it can have some nasty symptoms. I recently went through this unfortunate experience. This is what you should look out for.

    7 Symptoms of Adult Chicken Pox

    7 Symptoms of Adult Chicken Pox

    by Marian L0

  • What is a CPAP? How to determine if you need one, types of masks and sizes available, and how to find the perfect-fitting mask. Advice from my own experience.

    How to Choose the Perfect-Fitting CPAP Mask

    How to Choose the Perfect-Fitting CPAP Mask

    by WheelerWife7

  • TMD (Temporomandibular joint disorder) is a problem that takes place in the jaw region. TMD sufferers experience a lot of pain and discomfort, such as headaches, difficulty chewing, or a stiff feeling in their jaw. The severity of TMD varies, and different ways can be used to reduce the pain, such as exercises and possibly surgery.

    My Experience With Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)

    My Experience With Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)

    by emilybee11

  • When your spouse passes away, you may experience broken heart syndrome, which puts you, as the grieving mate, at a higher risk for cardiovascular events. Tips for the bereaved spouse along with suggestions for family and friends to help get through the grieving process are included.

    What Is Broken Heart Syndrome?

    What Is Broken Heart Syndrome?

    by Pamela Oglesby11

  • Hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome is a rare but serious, sometimes deadly, respiratory disease that has been found mostly in rural areas of the western U.S. The disease is caused by a hantavirus that is carried by rodents and passed on to humans through infected rodent body fluids and droppings.

    Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know

    Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know

    by Liz Hardin2

  • Getting a diagnosis for a medical condition can be devastating and leave you with more questions than answers. Here are a few ideas to help you cope with the unexpected news.

    Actions Following Medical Diagnoses

    Actions Following Medical Diagnoses

    by Stephanie Elford0

  • Susan Holland was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2016. She shares the story of what led up to the cancer diagnosis, the diagnosis, and the importance of having an advocate.

    My Experience Being Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

    My Experience Being Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

    by Susan Holland18

  • Anemia affects both children and adults. Anemia due to low red blood cell counts is different from leukemia which is a low white blood cell count. Anemia affects the ability of the red cells to carry oxygen to all body organs. Leukemia affects the ability of white cells to fight infections.

    Anemia Types, Symptoms and Treatment

    Anemia Types, Symptoms and Treatment

    by Lela14

  • How can you support a loved one through their grieving process? As people grieve, they need the assurance and support of those closest to them.

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    by Yvette Stupart PhD18

  • When children experience grief during their early developmental stages, their emotional health is compromised. Our actions as adults can help them work through their grief and learn to trust again.

    A Christian Reflection on How Grief Changes Children

    A Christian Reflection on How Grief Changes Children

    by Denise W Anderson12

  • Insomnia is a hell beast in itself, but the side effects can be so much worse than the lack of sleep itself. It's nearly impossible to live a normal life.

    13 Eye-Opening Side Effects of Insomnia

    13 Eye-Opening Side Effects of Insomnia

    by Sacha0

  • Lupus is a unique, sometimes deadly auto-immune that presents differently for everyone. This article focuses on the many ways that lupus can manifest in each individual and provides patient insight into this disease.

    The Many Faces of Lupus

    The Many Faces of Lupus

    by Shannon Perry1

  • Injuring part of the hand can cause long-term pain if not treated correctly in the initial stages. Learn how a mere pinky injury affected my life, and what I did about it.

    A Severed Flexor Tendon in the Pinky Finger

    A Severed Flexor Tendon in the Pinky Finger

    by Rosie writes8

  • Beyond the physical disabilities, multiple sclerosis can also affect memory. For me, I mourn lost childhood memories.

    Lost Memories and MS

    Lost Memories and MS

    by K K Weakley8

  • This is the story of how I survived a battle with prostate cancer. I received my diagnosis at the age of 38, which is a young age for this disease.

    Prostate Cancer: A Survivor's Story

    Prostate Cancer: A Survivor's Story

    by Akwasi Maru5

  • What causes the sound in a white noise machine? What are white noise machines used for? This article explains how this simple machine can help you sleep.

    The Best White Noise Machine User Review

    The Best White Noise Machine User Review

    by GreenMind Guides4

  • The hilarious story of what one person did when she discovered she had a problem with ingrown toenails.

    My Ingrown Toenail Adventure

    My Ingrown Toenail Adventure

    by Sondra Rochelle2

  • The following guide will attempt to address all the main concerns contributing to sleep deprivation with tips on improving your sleep hygiene.

    9 Best Ways for Fighting Insomnia

    9 Best Ways for Fighting Insomnia

    by Behzad Azargoshasb0

  • Learn about the different complications of gout if you are not careful in treating your high uric acid in the blood.

    Complications of Gout

    Complications of Gout

    by Spiro Koulouris0

  • Losing a loved one is the hardest thing we ever have to deal with. Coming to terms with them no longer being present on this planet is hard to swallow. Let's celebrate life and remember them forever!

    Coping With Death: Loss of a Sibling

    Coping With Death: Loss of a Sibling

    by Jennifer M0

  • Accutane is a powerful drug with some serious side effects. It is mainly used in the treatment of severe cases of acne. The article summarises everything you need to know about Accutane and acne.

    Everything You Need to Know About Accutane and Acne

    Everything You Need to Know About Accutane and Acne

    by C Amoabeng0

  • A diet that is rich in nutrients and omits harmful foods may help to control asthma. Asthmatics must take prescribed medications even if they have a good diet, however.

    How Diet May Help to Control Asthma

    How Diet May Help to Control Asthma

    by Linda Crampton44

  • Although there's no official medical "cure" for lactose intolerance, sufferers can learn to manage it so completely that they never experience any symptoms.

    The Only Way to "Cure" Lactose Intolerance

    The Only Way to "Cure" Lactose Intolerance

    by Jo Kenyon1

  • You may already know about the usual advice for insomniacs, but the place you sleep—your bedroom—is often overlooked. Learn how to create the perfect sleep-friendly bedroom.

    Insomnia: How to Create a Sleep-Friendly Bedroom

    Insomnia: How to Create a Sleep-Friendly Bedroom

    by Kate Swanson2

  • Sever's disease is a horrible name that makes parents and gymnasts cringe. Despite its name, Sever's disease is a common gymnastics injury, and it can be easily managed.

    Understanding Sever's Disease and Gymnastics

    Understanding Sever's Disease and Gymnastics

    by Tawnya0

  • Corn allergies and intolerances mean avoiding all sources of corn derivatives. But what happens when you get sick? How do you find safe medication? What do you eat? A guide to all this and more.

    How to Survive the Flu When You're Allergic to Corn

    How to Survive the Flu When You're Allergic to Corn

    by msviolets3

  • Spotting fordyce spots for the first time can be very distressing and can make people think of cancer. This article aims to provide some reassurance and explain what is really going on.

    Are Fordyce Spots Cancerous?

    Are Fordyce Spots Cancerous?

    by infostreamnetwork0

  • With over 8 million people working shift work, the mental and physical effects are astounding. Whether this is you, or someone you know, there are important things you need to know.

    The Truth About Shift Work

    The Truth About Shift Work

    by April Sutphen0

  • Treponema pallidum pertenue is a spirochete bacterium that causes yaws. The disease has made a comback after being almost eradicated. In its most serious form it can cause deformities and disabilities.

    The Yaws Disease and a Spirochete Named Treponema

    The Yaws Disease and a Spirochete Named Treponema

    by Linda Crampton18

  • Diabetes can wreak havoc on the body. No where is this more prevalent than in the eye. Learn how diabetes causes problems in the retina, how these issues are diagnosed, and their possible treatments.

    Retinal Problems With Diabetes

    Retinal Problems With Diabetes

    by Melissa Flagg OSC10

  • Symptoms of glaucoma often do not show up until considerable visual loss has occurred. This is not the case for diabetics, however. Someone with diabetes is at much higher risk for vision loss.

    How Does Diabetes Affect Glaucoma?

    How Does Diabetes Affect Glaucoma?

    by Melissa Flagg OSC7

  • Although you may think you already know about all of the common sense methods to treat insomnia, they are worth going over again. That's because they really work.

    11 Things You Should Do to Treat Insomnia

    11 Things You Should Do to Treat Insomnia

    by Sacha0

  • Jaundice is characterized by yellow skin due to excess bilirubin in the body, or hyperbilirubinemia. The color may indicate the presence of a major health problem.

    Causes of Jaundice and a High Bilirubin Level

    Causes of Jaundice and a High Bilirubin Level

    by Linda Crampton6

  • Symptoms of advanced cancer are so cruel. My mother-in-law, the doting grandma to my children, was taken away from us after 25 days in the hospital and 5 days at home. I miss her—my other mom.

    Liver Metastases - My Mother-in-Law's Final Days

    Liver Metastases - My Mother-in-Law's Final Days

    by Yvonne Teo0

  • I've gotten quite a few eye rolls from waiters when I ask if something has gluten in it. I know it's often a fad diet, but Celiac disease runs in my family and gluten has severe consequences for me.

    Celiac Disease: Not Your Grandma's Gluten Free

    Celiac Disease: Not Your Grandma's Gluten Free

    by Nicole Jakes3

  • Did you just wake up to the room spinning? Do you find yourself suddenly dizzy while driving or perusing the grocery aisles? Here are some reasons you might have the spins.

    What Can It Mean if You Get Randomly Dizzy?

    What Can It Mean if You Get Randomly Dizzy?

    by Kate Stroud0

  • Many people struggle with insomnia. Here are seven healthy ways to overcome insomnia without sleeping pills. These techniques work for me, and I hope they work for you, too.

    7 Healthy Ways to Fight a Bout of Insomnia

    7 Healthy Ways to Fight a Bout of Insomnia

    by Shadowlighting0

  • What is arthritis on a biological level, and how much does it cost Americans annually? Also, information about how to prevent this condition.

    Arthritis and the Public Health Burden

    Arthritis and the Public Health Burden

    by Tahnya Ballard0

  • A heart attack is a very scary thing, and landing yourself in the ICU is even scarier. An experienced cardiac ICU nurse explains why you shouldn't necessarily panic.

    A Heart Attack and the ICU - Time to Panic?

    A Heart Attack and the ICU - Time to Panic?

    by danygirl19990

  • This is my personal story of polio. I also discuss symptoms, causes, and a brief history of the disease in the United States.

    I Am a Polio Survivor

    I Am a Polio Survivor

    by Rose Kolowinski27

  • Here is a sample list of suggestions for peaceful relaxation at bedtime. The more you implement the regimen that works for you, the more restful sleep you will have and more energy for the next day.

    Simple Steps to Peaceful Relaxation at Bedtime

    Simple Steps to Peaceful Relaxation at Bedtime

    by Dora Weithers62

  • This is an article about my most recent episode of atrial fibrillation and about how I learned to stop worrying and fretting about AFib and a million other things.

    Atrial Fibrillation:  Living with the Reality

    Atrial Fibrillation: Living with the Reality

    by Sue Pratt3

  • What is Ichthyosis, and what can you do to help treat it? There isn't a lot of information out there on this skin disorder , so I'm trying my best to help others who suffer from it.

    Living With Ichthyosis

    Living With Ichthyosis

    by Misty May30

  • A sleep light is a special bulb that has no blue light and automatically dims like a sunset. A sleep light helps you get to sleep!

    Fight Insomnia with a Sleep Light

    Fight Insomnia with a Sleep Light

    by GreenMind Guides0

  • Cancer patients often struggle to maintain a healthy weight, and a lack of appetite can also make the problem harder to deal with. This article offers suggestions for various nourishing snacks and drinks that can help to prevent weight loss.

    Nourishing Snacks and Drinks for Cancer Patients

    Nourishing Snacks and Drinks for Cancer Patients

    by Cindy Lawson8

  • Klova sleep patches helped me get the sleep I need. Learn how to use them properly to get the best results.

    Klova Sleep Patches Review

    Klova Sleep Patches Review

    by Carter Lynne0

  • For those of us who do hard physical labor, whether it's for a living or just fixing up your home, back pain is inevitable. It's just part of the deal. I've found some things to make it heal faster.

    Healing a Strained Back

    Healing a Strained Back

    by Portamenteff0

  • There are a variety of foot sanding tools on the market, but I find most of them rather ineffective. The assistant at the podiatrist's recommended using the Dremel. Here's my experience with it.

    Foot Sanding With a Dremel Rotary Tool

    Foot Sanding With a Dremel Rotary Tool

    by Virginia Allain5

  • Basic information on using an insulin pump for managing diabetes, and the differences between pump and manual insulin shot therapy.

    Insulin Pumps—Pros and Cons

    Insulin Pumps—Pros and Cons

    by Stephanie Hicks2

  • Here is the scoop about sleep studies. Learn about what to expect from a registered sleep technologist. Also, how you can participate in research studies and get paid!

    What to Expect During Your Sleep Study Test

    What to Expect During Your Sleep Study Test

    by Kelly Umphenour65

  • I had carpal tunnel surgery by a hand specialist. Later my primary physician found compressed discs in my neck. He said that may have been causing my hand to get numb and I may never have had a carpal tunnel issue.

    My Story of Misdiagnosed Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    My Story of Misdiagnosed Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    by Glenn Stok17

  • What are freckles and how do you get them? Find out what causes freckles and who is more likely to get them. If you don't like your freckles, there may be ways to remove or fade them.

    What Are Freckles and What Causes Them?

    What Are Freckles and What Causes Them?

    by Sarah Johnson1

  • How do I know when my loved one is near death? What are the signs, and how long does my loved one have left? These are the questions many of us have as we watch the inevitable approach of death.

    The Dying Process

    The Dying Process

    by oldersister9

  • Pneumonia can be a killer. It is often a serious complications of other medical conditions. What exactly is pneumonia, and is it the same as pleurisy?

    Understanding Pneumonia and Pleurisy

    Understanding Pneumonia and Pleurisy

    by Helen Murphy Howell12

  • In light of the U.S. government’s relaxation of rules surrounding the use of asbestos, now is a good time to look at the health concerns of this mineral.

    The Dangers of Asbestos

    The Dangers of Asbestos

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Here are a few simple, easy-to-remember tips for providing the support your loved one needs as they learn to manage their diabetes.

    Supporting a Loved One With Diabetes

    Supporting a Loved One With Diabetes

    by Michael Stark0

  • Arthritis is a very painful disease, and is typically a result of the aging process. But it doesn't have to be. There are steps you can take to decrease your chances of getting arthritis, and this article explains how.

    How to Decrease Your Chances of Getting Arthritis

    How to Decrease Your Chances of Getting Arthritis

    by Melissa Flagg OSC27

  • Those who suffer from auto-immune diseases, such as lupus, may find it challenging to feel gratitude. Here are a few things we may not think of expressing gratitude for, but should.

    Gratitude Even With Lupus

    Gratitude Even With Lupus

    by Terrace0

  • I'd never heard of a silent heart attack until the doctors told me I'd probably had one. This is the tale of how I found out about my heart attack—and what I am doing to prevent another.

    My Cardiac Health Scare - A Silent Heart Attack?

    My Cardiac Health Scare - A Silent Heart Attack?

    by Jeff Johnston0

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