NASH: A Liver Disease

What is NASH Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis, better known as NASH is not a new disease. It is a liver disease that replicates a disease that is found in someone who is a heavy…

lyme disease

What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease is a bacteria carried and transmitted by ticks, and it got its name when it was first identified in 1975 when a group of chlordane contracted it near Lyme, Connecticut….

Genes and Diseases

Genes and Diseases

Diseases, a term which refers to any discomfort, stress, or abnormal condition of any living organism. They always have different symptoms and signs. There are various types of diseases all around the…

Labor Pain Management

Labor Pain Management Options

Today’s pregnant women have many options when it comes to pain management during labor. They can have complete, moderate, mild or even no pain management at all. While so many women frequently…

Chronic Pain Depression

Chronic Pain and Depression

It is quite common for those who suffer from chronic pain to feel depressed as well. This is understandable, as any pain that lasts more than three to six months may be…

lower back pain

Tips on Relieving Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is the result of muscle strains or spasms, ligament strains (the connective tissue between bones), inflammation of joints, or the incorrect position of spinal discs due to poor posture…

Prenatal Sciatic Nerve Pain

How To Deal With Prenatal Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatic nerve pain, also known as sciatica, feels like extremely painful tingling and/or pinching in the buttocks, down the leg, and around the hip bones. The sciatic nerve runs behind the uterus…

knee pain

Knee Pain – Causes and Treatments

Knee pain is a common reason people visit the doctor. The pain is often due to injury but medical conditions can cause pain as well. Depending on the type of damage, the…

back pain

How to Get Rid of Back Pain

Back pain, you probably don’t realize this, but it’s the leading cause of disability for people between 19 and 45, it’s the number one reason for missed workdays, and, ironically, it’s also…

Chronic Pain

How to Cope with Chronic Pain

By definition, chronic pain is pain that persists for at least six months or more. For whatever reason, pain signals fired by nerves are constantly firing. As where acute pain will eventually…