Influenza, or the flu, is a highly contagious virus which attacks the respiratory system. It spreads through the air and is hard to contain. Anyone can get the flu, but the most vulnerable are people with a depressed immune system
If the evening was a blur of fun and alcohol, food and a late bedtime, but the next morning is a blur of sensitivity to bright lights, loud sounds, head throbbing, stomach sour and energy missing, you have a hangover.
No one likes to get sick, and catching a cold can make life miserable, especially if you are a child. It can be two weeks of upset for everyone as well as the little patient. The best way to deal with a cold is to prevent it!
Our respiratory health is impacted by indoor and outdoor levels of pollution, toxic particles, and the strength of our immune system. Respiratory illnesses include but are not limited to: asthma, pulmonary and overall difficulty breathing due to environmental toxins
According to the most recent numbers from CDC (Center for Disease Control), over 2 million people in the United States suffer from an addiction to prescription opioids. This epidemic results in over 15,000 deaths annually.
Dental Hygiene is often an overlooked as a key piece of disease prevention. The condition of your mouth is closely tied to your overall health. Oral health is linked to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, stroke and preterm low-weight births, and more.
Breast Cancer is the most common form of cancer in women, no matter race or ethnicity. It is the most common cause of death from cancer for Hispanic women, and the second most common cause of cancer death for women of other races.
Gastroparesis is a delayed gastric emptying disorder that can cause mild to severe symptoms. This disease interferes with the natural contractions which move food down into the small intestine for digestion.