Is Your Thirties Too Early For A Facelift?

If you're in your thirties and feel as though you've left your teenage acne behind just a few years ago, you may be dismayed to notice fine lines, sagging eyelids or jowls, or other early signs of aging. Many may tell you that your thirties are far too early for a facelift--but is this true? Read on to learn more about the situations in which a facelift may be your best anti-aging option, even at a relatively early age, as well as a few other less invasive anti-aging treatments: Read More 

Are You Dealing With A Smartphone Addiction? 3 Strategies For Breaking The Habit

Most people feel attached to their smartphones. After all, it is like carrying around a computer in your pocket, and the convenience of filling up time with a quick online game is sometimes hard to resist. Problems with cell phone usage can get out of hand, and you can be sure that you are struggling with a smartphone addiction if it begins to interfere with your life such as getting in trouble at work or school. Read More 

How To Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea With Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty

If you have obstructive sleep apnea, then you are getting a poor quality of sleep. This condition blocks your airways. It occurs when soft tissue near your throat collapses and closes while you are sleeping. This results in you not breathing at times while sleeping. Your brain rouses you to tell you when to start breathing, but it is not enough to make you wake up. This results in your sleep being fragmented. Read More 

Concerned About Abdominal Pain In Your Child? Consider These Possible Factors

If your child begins to act fussy and complains of having a sore stomach, what he or she may more likely be experiencing is pain around the abdomen. In fact, if you ask your child to put his or her hand over the area of discomfort, it's likely that the hand will be placed over the abdomen instead of over the stomach itself. Unless the child is in extreme distress, you don't need to panic just yet. Read More 

The Symptoms Of A Compression Fracture Due To Osteoporosis And How It’s Treated

One of the unfortunate side effects of osteoporosis is that it puts you at a higher risk of a spinal fracture. Your risk of a fracture in any bone, such as a hip or arm is increased, but fractures in the vertebrae are more common. These can happen when you fall or when you make a sudden forceful movement such as when you sneeze or cough. Below is a look at the symptoms you may notice when you fracture your back and what your doctor can do to help: Read More