Preparing For Your Baby’s First Visit To The Pediatrician: Five Things To Consider

If you are preparing for the arrival of your new baby, you'll want to include getting ready for his or her first visit to the pediatrician. This can help to ensure the little one has a smooth transition of care from the hospital to the pediatrician, and it gives you a way to keep on track with his or her medical care in those critical first days. Here are just a few things you should know about this first visit. Read More 

Treating Your Hemorrhoids: At-Home Care Until You Can Get Medical Intervention For Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids develop for a number of reasons, but they tend to form when you are constipated and strain too hard to go to the bathroom. They are swollen veins in the lower part of your rectum and anus. While hemorrhoids don't usually improve on their own and will likely need medical intervention, there are a number of ways you can try to ease the symptoms that arise from a hemorrhoid flare up. Read More 

Tips For Convincing Parents To Get You Laser Eye Surgery

If you are a teen that has glasses, you might not be happy with your appearance when you wear them. This can be frustrating because you want to look as good as possible in order to feel as self confident as possible. One possible solution to your problem is to get laser eye surgery, especially if you don't like the way that contacts feel. Here are some tips for convincing your parents to help pay for laser eye surgery. Read More 

About Suffering From Urge Incontinence

Urinating on yourself as an adult can be embarrassing when it happens in a public place. If you are concerned about your inability to control when and where you urinate, it is wise to get examined by an urologist. You might be suffering from a condition that is called urinary incontinence. There are several forms of the condition, but yours might be urge incontinence due to you not being able to stop the urine from coming out. Read More 

Tips To Help You Successfully Recover From Bunion Surgery

According to WebMD, approximately 23 percent of 18 to 65 year old Americans suffer from the pain associated with bunions. If you have these bony protrusions and are sick and tired of the pain, you might be considering surgery. Your bunion surgery will be far more successful if you care for your feet correctly after the procedure is over. Here are a few tips to help you through the bunion post-surgical process: Read More