The origin of a hot flash or night sweat can tend to be confusing even for most doctors. They believe it is related to sex hormone fluctuations which is only part of story. My 33 years in the women’s health field allowed me to use my empirical evidence of observation to learn the real cause and solutions to this issue. Most women want to avoid medication for this problem, but … [Read more...] about Tips For Handling Hot Flashes
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Frequent urination may involve output of either large or small volumes of urine each time a toddler goes to the potty. Bladder infections are a common cause of frequent urination, particularly among little girls. Children who are potty trained who suddenly have several accidents may be experiencing an underlying medical cause. In fact, urinary tract infection is one of the most … [Read more...] about Toddlers and Frequent Urination
When it comes to your skin, are you what you eat? Chocolate and fried foods are famous for causing breakouts, but are they true or is it just a skin myth? Take a closer look at six foods you probably blame for breakouts, and find out what’s really causing problems on your face. What causes breakouts? Your face is covered with hair follicles and pores. Oil, dead skin … [Read more...] about 6 Foods You Blame for Breakouts: Is It True?
Fertility drugs can increase your odds of getting pregnant. Use of these oral or injectable medications may be beneficial when you have an ovulation disorder. However, MayoClinic.com and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or ACOG, both indicate that sometimes pregnancy and fertility drugs may require complementary therapies to yield success. Pregnancy … [Read more...] about Pregnancy and Fertility Drugs
Diabetes can affect individuals of any age, including infants and children. Knowing that your infant has diabetes can be really frightening. But by learning how to perform glucose testing and give insulin, you can help your child to grow up healthy. The first thing you need to do, though, is to keep your own stress level down. Your baby can sense if you feel anxious, so it is … [Read more...] about Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes in Infants