If you are pregnant, you may quickly realize how relaxing a bath can be at the end of the day. However, as your pregnancy progresses you may find it difficult to enter and exit the bathtub on your own. You may wonder if a walk-in tub is worth the cost since you will only be pregnant for nine months. Below you will find five ways a walk-in tub can make your pregnancy a better experience.
If you're 25 years of age or older and experience severe pain in your hips, legs and ankles from being overweight, see an orthopedic surgeon right away. The pain you feel can be a symptom of a degenerative joint disease, such as osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis (OA) typically develops in women who are over age 55 but can also affect young adults in their 20s. Here's how obesity affects osteoarthritis and what an orthopedic surgeon can do to repair the damage to your joints and the bones connected to them.
When it comes to your skin, you want what is absolutely best for it. It is easy to say that you will take care of your skin and seek preventative treatment from acne, but what about other phenomena that can greatly affect the aesthetic state of your body? There are plenty of other dermatological woes besides acne to worry about. One of those things is boils. Boils can be just as garish and unsightly as acne, but many people do not know hot to distinguish between the two and many do not know how to cope with boils once they receive them.
If you're the parent of a teen, there's a new drug in town that makes other bath salts look like Christmas morning. Flakka, a designer drug that causes "excited delirium" was found first on the streets of South Florida, but it's recently been reported in Texas and Ohio as well. Flakka use causes hallucinations, violent behavior and even death if left unattended. Here's what you should know about this drug that has parents in at least three states terrified:
If your dentist has made arrangements for you to receive a root canal at some point in the near future, then you might be quite afraid of actually going through with the treatment. Root canals are often a feared treatment with more than half of the population feeling apprehensive about the therapy. Thankfully, statistics show that less and less of the American public fear root canals each year. This is often due to the public debunking of common root canal myths.