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Three Things to Know About Cording (Axillary Web Syndrome)
You’ve recently completed breast cancer surgery, so you’ve undoubtedly been through a lot. In the weeks following your surgery, you may have some pain....
Oct 22
What is an Oral Fibroma (And Is It This Bump in My Mouth)?
Have you ever had a hard, smooth bump or lump inside your mouth that just won’t go away? For those who have, it can be more than a little irritating, and...
Oct 21
Do I Have Parental Separation Anxiety?
Dropping your child off at college or to summer camp should be an exciting time for parents and children, but what if it creates major feelings of anxiety...
Oct 20
Tardive Dyskinesia: A Common Culprit of Face and Body Tics
Smacking your lips without realizing it. Excessively blinking your eyes. Making unusual faces. Making repetitive, spastic, involuntary movements with your...
Oct 17
Why Flu Shots Matter When You Have Heart Disease
Here’s an important stat that you’ve probably never heard: about half of adults hospitalized with the flu also have heart disease. Yes, heart problems...
Oct 15
Nerve Transfer Surgery: When and Why You Might Need It
If you were to take all the nerves in your body’s nervous system, stretch them out and place them end to end, they’d be more than 40 miles long. That’s...
Oct 13
A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Safely Remove a Splinter
Ouch! If you’re working outdoors or in the kitchen, at some point in your lifetime you’ll encounter a splinter. Whether a sharp sliver of wood, a glass...
Oct 07
5 Ways to Keep Your Feet Healthy When You Have Diabetes
If you have diabetes, you must take good care of your feet. That’s because diabetes can cause nerve damage where you lose feeling in your feet. Without...
Oct 06
Is Nighttime Mouth Breathing Affecting Your Health?
Our bodies don’t have off buttons, which means a lot can happen while we sleep. Although you may not remember it in the morning, you could feel the effects...
Oct 03