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4 FAQs About Osteoarthritis Of The Knee

If you are currently experiencing chronic knee pain, you're not alone. Of the 100 million people in the United States that suffer from pain, knee pain comes in second as the most common type of chronic pain. People feel knee pain for different reasons. Sometimes it's as simple as the knee is bearing too much weight. Knee pain can also be the result of something called osteoarthritis of the knee.   Read More...

Seeking Counseling After An Abusive Relationship

Did an abusive relationship have an effect on your physical and mental health? If you finally built up the strength to leave your partner, getting help for your mental health is a wise thing to do. Mental scars can last for a lifetime if they are not properly taken care of. A counselor can help you learn how to cope with numerous problems that are having a negative impact on your life.   Read More...

Preparing For A Long Day Of Standing When You Have A Bad Back

Dealing with back pain means that you have to be careful about the way that you do most activities. There are some unavoidable activities, such as working, driving, and sleeping. If you have to stand up for a long period of time, you will need to be prepared. Here are some ways to prepare for a day where you will need to be on your feet and put more pressure on your back than you normally do.   Read More...

Understanding The Treatment Options For Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum contagiosum is a condition that causes an outbreaks of bumps on the body. This condition is caused by a virus and is quite contagious. While the bumps associated with molluscum contagiosum usually are not painful and typically clear on their own after several months if a person has a strong immune system, dermatologists may recommend a few different types of treatment to help prevent the spread of the virus that causes molluscum contagiosum to other areas of the body or to other people.   Read More...

Two Ways Your Insurance Provider May Treat Your Urgent Care Bill Differently

Urgent care facilities are the perfect place to go when you have a critical health problem that's not severe enough for the emergency room but you can't wait to see your primary care physician about. While most insurance providers do cover the cost of care obtained at urgent care centers, they often handle those bills a little differently than bills from the policyholders' regular doctors. Here's what you need to know to prepare yourself.   Read More...