Everybody experiences the occasional head rush, but when they become reoccurring, they can be a sign of an underlying health problem. This article breaks down the potential causes of head rushes and how you can prevent them.
Hemiplegia is a movement disorder that affects one side of your body and is caused by brain damage. It’s often caused by strokes, traumatic head injuries, or infections. This article breaks down the causes and treatment options for people dealing with this disorder.
Global Aphasia is a language disorder caused by brain damage. It’s the most severe type of aphasia. In its most serious form, it can lead to a complete loss of language abilities. This article provides a complete overview of the causes and treatment options for this disorder.
Anomic Aphasia is a mild language disorder that makes it difficult to name objects when speaking and writing. People with Anomic Aphasia often feel as if words are “on the tip of their tongue”. This article breaks down the causes of anomic aphasia as well as the treatment options.
A cervical collar is a medical device used to support your head and neck. Temporary use of a cervical collar may help you recovery from serious neck injuries, but long term use can lead to weakening of the muscles that support your head. Keep reading to find out the best way to use a cervical collar for your injury.
Vitamin D is essential for supporting your mental and skeletal health. However, getting an adequate amount of “the sunshine vitamin” can be difficult if you eat a vegan diet. Here’s a breakdown of some of the best vegan vitamin D sources.
Testosterone is an essential hormone that helps regulate your bone density, sex drive, and fertility. However, testosterone also plays a role in the develop of acne. Keep reading to find out how fluctuating testosterone levels effects your skin.
One of the hardest parts of eating a keto diet is figuring out which foods fit with your diet. Arrowroot is a common cornstarch alternative used in Paleo and gluten-free recipes. But is it also keto-friendly?
The baby food diet became popular when Jennifer Aniston allegedly used it in 2010 to lose weight before filming “Just Go with It”. However, like many fad diets, the baby food diet is unlikely to lead to sustainable weight loss.
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