Guidelines for Having More Frequent Colonoscopies

Posted on: 1 February 2017

The best way to avoid the complications of an advanced stage of colon cancer is to regularly be screened for the warning signs of colon cancer. When colon cancer is identified early, having the cancer removed will increase the odds that you will survive. How the Colonoscopy Works A colonoscopy is the best way to detect and have polyps removed, which is the best way to prevent cancer. Also, having a colonoscopy performed will help detect colon cancer at a stage where it is more likely to be treated successfully.
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Tips for Taking Care of Yourself While Undergoing Radiation Therapy

Posted on: 6 October 2016

If you are undergoing radiation therapy, you likely are experiencing some of its negative side effects, including fatigue, hair loss, an increased likelihood of catching colds, and other physical problems. These effects can make radiation therapy seem like it's hurting more than helping and decrease your motivation to go. Here are some ways that you can take care of yourself while undergoing the radiation therapy in order to ensure that you are able to stay strong.
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Treatment Options For Your Severe Menorrhagia

Posted on: 23 February 2016

When you are a woman who suffers from severe menorrhagia, meaning you have extremely heavy menstrual periods to the point that they affect your daily life and health, you may find yourself wondering if there is anything that you can do to make your situation better. Many women suffer from menorrhagia for a long time before even talking to their doctor about it because they are embarrassed or just assume that heavy menstrual periods are what every woman goes through.
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An Introduction To Balance Therapy For Seniors

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Balance issues are common in seniors, especially if you have recently been ill, had an injury, or had a lengthy hospital stay. Fortunately, physical therapy can help you recover your balance so it is easier and safer for you to move around your own home. This guide can help you understand this form of rehabilitation therapy. Treatment Options There are three main physical therapy treatment options that are made available, but only a couple of them are suitable for senior balance issues.
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