If you are the mother of a premature baby, then you have concern about your child being born early. A baby who is born early is not always a bad thing. He or she will just have a low birth weight. However, it is a disadvantage for some babies because their organs have not fully developed. Here is what you need to do to help your child catch up to normal development. [Read More]
Two Brain Aneurysm Myths That Could Cost You Your Life
According to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, about 6 million people are walking around with unruptured aneurysms in their brains and one ruptures about every 18 minutes. Despite how prevalent this condition is, people don't seem to know much about it, which leaves them ripe for believing a host of myths and misconceptions that could result in fatal outcomes. Here's the truth about two of them that could save your life. [Read More]
When to Take Your Child to Urgent Care
Too many children with minor complaints end up in the emergency room. This can cause a backlog when it comes to treating true emergencies and can expose younger children to more germs and illnesses. A better course of action in many cases is to take your child to a walk-in clinic or urgent-care facility. The following will help you decide whether your child's condition is an emergency or just urgent. [Read More]
Too Young For Varicose Veins? What Are Your Treatment Options?
If the term "varicose veins" conjures up mental images of your grandmother's garish support hosiery, you're likely dismayed to discover the beginnings of bulging blue veins in your own legs, feet, or lower extremities, especially if you're nowhere close in age to becoming a grandmother yourself. Although they're often associated with advanced age, varicose veins can strike in just about any stage of life; and because they're often exacerbated by pregnancy, even teens and twenty-somethings who have recently had a child may notice these veins beginning to pop up. [Read More]