Acetaminophen is a commonly used pain reliever. Understand these easy tips to ensure your safety when taking acetaminophen.
There are different types of painkillers including acetaminophen,non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,and opioids.
The back is a complex system of muscles, bones, cartilage and nerves. Back pains can range from dulls pains, to constant aches to sharp pains.
Back pain comes in many different forms.
The goal of back pain treatment is to relieve pain and restore movement. Different levels of back pain require different methods of treatment.
While some back injuries cannot be avoided, like an accident or a sickness, there are steps you can take to prevent developing pain in your back.
What is Fibromyalgia? This is a syndrome that affects the muscles and soft tissue, this is primarily a long term or chronic disorder.
Researchers have a couple theories about what causes fibromyalgia.
Many Fibromyalgia sufferers go years without knowing they have the syndrome. Since there are no clear-cut signs, diagnosing Fibromyalgia is often trou
There is no cure for Fibromyalgia and it is a challenging condition to treat. The key is to work with your doctor or healthcare provider when making t
What is Lupus? Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease. It is usually confusing to diagnose.Symptoms of lupus include rashes, joint pain, and fatigue.
Treating lupus can be done by taking lupus medications and employing some lifestyle changes. This video discusses how to treat lupus effectively.
Migraines affect more than 35 million Americans.There are multiple migraine symptoms. Migraine headaches are often felt on one side of the brain.
Migraine treatment is broken down in to three medical categories. In this video, Dr. Keri Peterson discusses which options may work best for you.
The first step in preventing migraines is a correctly diagnosis. Your doctor will ask about your family and medical history and will likely run some r
In this video, Kathleen shares her personal story on what it is like to live a full life with migraines.
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