What's Your Biggest Health Challenge?
If your child has ever had a febrile seizure you understand the intensity of the situation and how you would not it upon any parent. One of my twin daughters had a febrile seizure at 14 months of age and it was quite traumatic. Gratefully she came through it and is...read more
You get your blood work back and are told you are iron deficient. You have no energy, can’t focus, can’t remember things, have headaches, weakness, easy bruising and all you need is to get your iron stores up to remedy your situation. Your doctor recommends ferrous...read more
If your iron supplement doesn’t start working in 30 days or less you may be facing an iron deficiency: One of the common causes of iron deficiency is heavy bleeding during your menstrual cycle. Starting in your pre-teen years and continuing on through mid-life,...read more
Have you had multiple fractures? Or have you noticed that your bones are becoming brittle? You may wonder why you're losing your strength? The first thing to recognize is that there is nothing normal about aging and your bones becoming brittle. You can age and have...read more
Anxiety is tearing people apart right and left. It is wrecking families, raising blood pressure, giving people heart attacks and strokes, making life seemingly unmanageable. This is leading people to resort to medications that lead to dependence and overall lower...read more
There you are just trying to get a good night's sleep when your mind starts racing, your heart starts beating fast, you can sense the impending doom of a panic attack. Panic attacks are like your body's way of turning on the hazard flashers so that we'll take care of...read more
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Overcoming a Doctor's Diagnosis with Faith
Meet Jerome, who was given not only one, but two diagnoses: 1. Congestive Heart Failure 2. Multiple Myeloma He found out early in his health story that if he was going to have a fighting chance, his faith had to be strong. The #1 habit he had to change? Fast food. Find out what made his cardiologist say, “I can’t explain it”.