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If you find a lump in your breast, don't delay -- see your doctor as soon as possible. Anything you notice that's different from your normal breast tissue should be investigated. The good news is that more than 80...
{"autoplay":true} When the placenta, which conducts blood from the mother's body to the developing fetus, is located so low in the uterus that it lies across the cervix (the opening of the womb), the condition is called placenta previa. The...
{"autoplay":true} Breast cells become cancerous when they mutate and start to multiply at an abnormally fast pace, crowding out healthy tissue. The abnormal cells grow into a dense mass that may be visible on a mammogram or that you may...
Inactivity during pregnancy leads to unnecessary weight gain, high blood pressure, additional aches and pains, as well as a higher risk of C-section and gestational diabetes. Walking for as little as 30 to 60 minutes per day at a...
When was the last time you had a good night of sleep? If those nights are seemingly a distant memory, you are likely one of the majority. Given all the daily responsibilities every one of us has, the truth...
For the roughly 1 percent of people diagnosed with true gluten enteropathy, there is no doubt that avoiding it improves their overall health and quality of life. That means avoiding the gluten protein found in grains like wheat, barley,...
There are so many foods that have been hyped up as some of the best health foods when in reality they don’t make the cut. Some of them should be taken off your list completely. Find out which ones...
{"autoplay":true} People who have a goal to lose weight often try many different methods to achieve their goal. But, the root of the problem may be that they are having issues with their appetite control. Believe it or not, there are actually...
No matter who you are or what you do, chances are you deal with some stress in your life. Stress can make you tired, wear you out, make you moody and even cause dark circles under your eyes and...
{"autoplay":true} Parents monitor what their kinds eat and drink on a daily basis to make sure they are getting the most nutrition possible to help their little bodies grow. The two things that parents watch out for the most are...
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