Feeling Tired And Exhausted? 4 Treatable Illness That May Be Causing It

Everyone feels tired from time to time. However, you shouldn't feel tired all the time. If you're battling symptoms of fatigue, exhaustion, lack of motivation, etc., your doctor wants to know about it. Don't worry that you're overreacting or complaining. Your doctor needs to know about all of your symptoms in order to diagnose you accurately. There are multiple illnesses that may be causing your symptoms, including depression, anemia, hypothyroidism, and heart disease. Read More 

When It’s Not The Change: 4 Diseases That Can Be Similar To Menopause

As women get older, they are bombarded with stories from older women about the change and the aggravating symptoms that showed up years before their doctor said they were in menopause. Because of these stories, many women ignore symptoms, such as weight gain, light periods, depression, insomnia, and more, simply because they attribute them to getting older. Unfortunately, though, many women are sick and don't realize it. Numerous disorders and diseases can mimic menopause. Read More 

Some Signs Of Breast Cancer You Should Be Aware Of

Unfortunately, breast cancer affects many women. Fortunately, if you catch it early enough, it is much easier to treat and isn't as fatal. This is why it is so important that women know the signs of breast cancer so that they can protect themselves. Here are some signs of breast cancer that you should be aware of. 1. Asymmetry in The Breasts As a general rule, your breasts should be similar in size and shape. Read More 

Is Acid Reflux Causing Your Sleep Problems?

Acid reflux disease can not only cause heartburn, but it can have an impact on your ability to get a good night's sleep. Learning how to manage the condition can lead to a resolution of sleep problems. If you suffer from acid reflux, here is what you need to know about its impact on your sleep and what you can do.  Why Does Acid Reflux Cause Sleep Problems? Acid reflux occurs when acid from the stomach is pushed back into the esophagus. Read More 

Five Common Newborn Skin Conditions

Your precious newborn has finally arrived, you've counted his fingers and toes, and he couldn't be more perfect. While your baby was in utero, his skin was protected from absorbing too much moisture with a thick, white, waxy, cheese-like substance called vernix caseosa. This is rubbed off and washed away once he is born. Without this protective coating, some newborn infants may develop any number of harmless rashes and skin conditions as their skin adjusts to life on the outside. Read More