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Health
by Lynn Parks
10 years ago
Sleep Disorder Test - Why Get a Sleeping Disorders Test

A sleep disorder test can help determine just how extensively a person suffers from their lack of or an interrupted sleep pattern. Sleep disorders plague millions of people night after night leaving them feeling tired, worn out and often irritable. Depending on how severe and how long the interupted...

Health
by Lynn Parks
11 years ago
Signs and Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder in Teens

Could your teenager's behavior be explained after reading about the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder or are you really just dealing with "hormones" and "testosterone" that often mark these childhood years? You may be surprised at how often bi polar disorder symptoms go unrecognized or...

Health
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
Do I Have an Anxiety Disorder? Facts, Symptoms and More

Anxiety and stress are a normal part of life, for some a regular occurrence in life and for others simply an occasional manifestation. Anxiety in all forms should not be looked at as a negative and just because you experience stress or anxiousness it does not mean that you suffer from an anxiety disorder.

Health
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
Alternatives and Home Treatments for SAD Sufferers

SAD, better known to some as seasonal affective disorder, affects thousands of people yearly. Many of the people affected do not even know that they actually suffer from a diagnosable condition and merely assume they have the "winter blues". The signs and symptoms of seasonal affective disorder can...

Pets & Animals
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
Canine Hip Dysplasia: Definition, Treatment and Symptoms

Canine hip dysplasia is a musculoskeletal disorder that is genetically inherited. Whereas in a healthy dog, the hip would fit together smoothly and firmly, a dog that has hip dysplasia suffers from excessive rubbing from the femur not fitting snugly into the dog’s pelvis. Over time, because of the...

Health
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
Living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Disability (CFS)

For years individuals suffering from CFS [which numbers in the millions and includes both child and adult sufferers] were labeled as hypochondriacs and their complaints warranted little response from most medical professionals.

Health
by Lynn Parks
10 years ago
How to Tell If You Have Low Calcium or Hypocalcemia

With low calcium - which can also be known as Hypocalcemia, there are some warning signs or symptoms, if you will, that may be experienced by an individual who is unknowingly suffering from this condition.

Here we will go over some of the signs that...

Health
by Lynn Parks
11 years ago
How to Tell if You have Low Iron or Iron Deficiency Anemia

Menstruating and lactating women as well as those who eat diets that have a low-iron intake or have a limited intake of iron-rich foods such as eggs and red meat, are typically more likely to suffer from anemia, however, that is not always the case. Anemia, on some level,...

Pets & Animals
by Lynn Parks
9 years ago
What's the Best Treatment for a Cat that Has Seasonal Allergies

Is your cat showing signs of seasonal allergies? Find out what options are most likely to be recommended by your vet.

Pets & Animals
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
What is Canine Patella Luxation (CPL)

The patella, which is the knee cap, is considered to be a very small bone that is within the thigh’s quadriceps muscles. Believe it or not, patellar luxation is actually one of the most common anomalies in dogs with seven percent of puppies being diagnosed with the condition. Before...

Health
by Lynn Parks
9 years ago
Coping with Postpartum Depression

How to Cope with Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression (PPD) is the friend that no woman really wants. If you suspect that you or someone you love is suffering from post partum depression your first step needs to be finding out what you can do  or do to...

Health
by Lynn Parks
9 years ago
Eating for Stress - Balancing the Effects of Stress in your Body

For many of us stress is simply overwhelming and when we think of eating for stress we envision scarfing down ice cream, chocolate or other feel good foods. This article is not about that type of stress eating but about using foods to balance out the...

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