As someone who lives with irritable bowel syndrome, you know that diet plays a crucial role in maintaining your health, but finding the right foods in a foreign environment can be challenging. No one wants to seek out diarrhea remedies in a foreign country. Here is a guide to help you navigate your culinary options and control your IBS while touring Europe. ITALY In many American's minds, pasta is Italian food.
- Infant torticollis is a condition wherein the muscles of the neck have tightened, which causes the head to tilt to one side. In the long term, torticollis can affect a child's ability to track moving objects and perform movements that enable eating, self-cleaning and play. Fortunately, there are many exercises and simple tasks that can be done at home to enable rehabilitation. Children who do not respond to these exercises may need to have surgery at a later time.
- The world of medicine is wide. There are disorders and diseases that attack all different ages and groups of people. Different ages and professions are also more susceptible to different injuries and traumas. When it comes to treating diseases, specializing in one certain branch or area of medicine can help a doctor to provide better treatment to patients. If you have a growing family, you want to find a doctor who specializes in treating the sort of injuries and ailments that are common to families.
- You just found out that you are pregnant and it has caught you completely by surprise! The thought of all the changes your body will be going through is definitely overwhelming. Here are 5 ways to make the most of your changing body: 1) Accept your body. Before you even start to picture all the ways your body will change throughout your pregnancy, pause for a moment and accept your body the way it is right now!
- No matter how excited you are during your pregnancy, the first few weeks and months after childbirth will likely be emotionally exhausting. You'll be getting little sleep, and you'll have to learn to juggle new responsibilities with your current ones. With hormonal and emotional changes, an estimated 9–16% of women experience postpartum depression (PPD). How can you tell the difference between exhaustion and depression? Consider the following range of emotions to determine if your feelings are within the normal range of recovery or have increased to the point of depression.