It's estimated that almost a third of U.S. adults have hypertension, or high blood pressure, and many aren't aware of it. This disease can be damaging your body every day, with few symptoms to tell you that is something wrong. Here is why hypertension is such a danger to your health and how to spot the signs of it. How to Spot Hypertension The only definitive way to know that you have hypertension is to visit your doctor for a physical.
When you think about the waiting room at your pediatrician's office, you might be worried that your child is nervous, bored, or that you forgot to bring snacks. The thing is, efforts to keep your child healthy might also be getting them sick. Waiting rooms can be a hotbed for illnesses that can spread rapidly. Here are four tips to keep your child healthy when visiting the pediatrician. 1. Don't Wait if You Don't Have to
It only took a second to tear your rotator cuff while throwing that baseball. It will take months of recovery to be able to pitch that ball again. Your shoulder surgeon recommended a repair of your rotator cuff, which just begins the process. Here is what you can expect from this surgery and the following recovery back to health. Why Recovery Takes So Long The rotator cuff uses a tendon to attach muscles to your shoulder bone.
Many eye patients have a condition known as astigmatism, where the eye is abnormally shaped, resulting in blurry or unclear vision. LASIK laser surgery has long been a popular solution for people with failing eyesight without an astigmatism, but in recent years the surgery has also been available for those who have astigmatism. If you're considering getting LASIK to correct your eyesight and you have an astigmatism, read on to learn more about how it can help.
Just because your child grows primary teeth, it doesn't mean that there won't be issues with their permanent teeth later on. Regular visits to the dentist are essential so a dentist can check to see that your child's teeth are healthy and that rare oral issues can be discovered sooner rather than later. The following guide walks you through a couple rare dental issues your child may face. Lack of Permanent Teeth