Menopause Symptoms? How Hormone Replacement Therapy Can Help

Posted on: 13 December 2021

As your body starts to undergo the menopause process, it can lead to some uncomfortable, difficult, and embarrassing symptoms. Everything from mood swings and aggression to hot flashes and insomnia can plague women who are approaching menopause. These symptoms result from the hormone changes that your body experiences during the process. Here's a look at a few of the things that you should understand about how hormone replacement therapy can help.
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How To Know If A COVID-19 Test Is Needed

Posted on: 15 November 2021

If you're finding yourself in bed, exhausted, feeling like you just got ran over by a truck, you may be worried that you have COVID-19. The only way to know for sure is to get tested. There are several places that offer COVID-19 testing. Should you take the test or just wait it out and see if you feel better by morning? These are important questions to consider. Read more to find out if you should take a test or not.
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5 Signs It's Time To Visit An OB

Posted on: 13 October 2021

Pregnancy is one of the most invigorating things that can happen to a person. Finding out that you are expecting a baby is a wonderful moment in your life. You are growing another human being with your body, but it's also essential to know the proper steps to take. It's vital to keep an eye on what happens during pregnancy to keep yourself in good health. There are a wide variety of health concerns that can arise in pregnancy, and if they do, you need to see a doctor right away.
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Are You Experiencing Sporadic Fainting or Lightheadedness? Go To A Cardiac Care Center

Posted on: 17 September 2021

If you have been experiencing sporadic fainting or you've been feeling like you're going to faint on a regular basis and have yet to pinpoint the cause, you should have your heart monitored by a cardiac care center. Here's what you need to know and how a cardiac care center can help.  Syncope and Presyncope The medical terminology for fainting is syncope. Presyncope is the sensation of feeling as if you are going to faint.
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