Bone Density Testing: How Important Is It?

Bone density testing is a way to measure the strength of your bones. It can be used to diagnose osteoporosis, which is a condition that causes weak and fragile bones. Bone density testing can also be used to predict your risk of fractures in the future.

High Blood Sugar: Causes, Symptoms, and Changes You Can Make Today

High blood sugar is not something to mess with or take for granted. While it is extremely treatable, it is also extremely dangerous if untreated. Here are causes, symptoms and treatments for high blood sugar.

Runners Age: How Runners Can Cope With Aging Bodies

Running might not be for everyone, but there’s so many people who find joy and in some cases a sense of therapy in their running routines. Everyone ages though, and when runners’ bodies begin to grow older, they often find themselves confused and unsure of how to properly take care of themselves. Here’s some tips on how to continue running as you grow older without hurting your body and mind!

3 Reasons Healthy Hair is Important and How To Help

Are you worried about balding? Did you dye your hair ten years ago and you’re still worried it’s ruining your roots? How often do you shampoo? There are so many questions to ask about hair, it’s something we all have. At least, most of us do. Let’s talk about why your hair is important to keep healthy and 5 ways you can keep it healthy!

Surgery: Why it makes you nervous and how to prepare

Surgery is often seen as a last resort when it comes to medical treatment, and for good reason. It can be risky, expensive, and sometimes even unnecessary. But there are also many people who are scared of surgery because of the potential complications that can arise. Let’s analyze the validity of those fears and how to cope with them if you need surgery but can’t quite get yourself to feel comfortable!

The Toll of IBS: Emotional, Physical, and Mental

IBS is becoming a more and more common diagnosis. IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and it affects about 10 to 15 percent of the population in the United States. It is more common in women than men and usually begins during young adulthood. There is no cure for IBS, but there are treatments that can help relieve symptoms. The exact cause of IBS is unknown, but it is thought to be due to a combination of factors. Before we dive into the way IBS can affect you, let’s review what causes IBS.

Breast Cancer: History and Modern Protection

Cancer is never a fun word to throw around. However, we are living in a time of rigorous research and scientific progress. We not only want to warn you of signs that you might have breast cancer, but it is also important to make you aware of all the ways you can prevent breast cancer now!