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Have you struggled to lose weight for as long as you can remember? Perhaps, you’re about ready to give up. If you can relate to this frustrating situation, consider speaking with your trusted physician about your concerns. Your doctor might be able to determine why you’re encountering difficultly losing weight. For instance, you might have an undiagnosed thyroid problem. Or, you may be retaining water. If you’re suffering from hypothyroidism, taking a prescription medication every morning might help you shed a few pounds. On this blog, I hope you will discover how a doctor can help you achieve lasting weight loss success. Enjoy!

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    What Is Costochondritis?

    For many, intense chest pain and difficulty breathing bring to mind one thing—a heart attack. Fortunately, the cause of pain may be more benign. Costochondritis is a much less serious condition, common in both adolescents and adults. What is costochondritis? Costochondritis is inflammation in the cartilage around the rib cage. The inflammation can cause severe pain, but the condition is not life threatening. Most commonly, costochondritis pain occurs in the lower left corner of the chest.

    3 Tips For Saving Money On The Cost Of A Funeral

    If you are worried about the cost of a funeral, you might want to pay attention to the following tips. By being extra cautious and looking for the different ways to pinch a penny, you should be able to pull together a very memorable funeral service even on the smallest of budgets. Consider The Headstone Options The headstone happens to be one of the largest expenses when it comes to planning a funeral.

    Mouthwash: What You Need To Know To Make The Best Choice

    Mouthwash can be an important tool in your dental care. But with shelves of different brands and varieties available, it can be hard to know what to buy. These tips can help guide your purchase so you'll make the best possible choice: Look for the ADA's seal You'll want to see the American Dental Association's seal on your mouthwash label. This designation means that the product has been evaluated by the ADA and has been deemed safe and effective.

    More Than Just A Stiff Neck: Common Signs And Symptoms Of Cervical Spondylosis

    As the body ages, there are various components that start to break down and not function as they should. The spinal column is not immune to the same age related issues and there is one issue with the spine that often gets disregarded as just part of life. Cervical spondylosis, also known as cervical osteoarthritis, is an age related condition that affects the upper joints of the spinal column. This occurs due to the wear and tear of the disks in the neck, but can be also related to other issues and genetic predisposition.

    Gluten Digestion: What Goes Wrong And What To Do

    When you live alone, you rely heavily on your home care aide to keep tabs on your overall health. It's important to let him or her know when you don't feel well. Getting stomach cramps, feeling nauseated or having diarrhea after eating aren't typical. Something in your system is off. It's possible that your body just cannot digest the gluten -- a grain protein -- in your grain diet. This can happen at any point in life, even if you had no issues when you were younger.

    Howo to "Seniorize" Your Home: Making Your Home Safe for the Elderly

    Many adults today are having their elderly parents move back in with them rather than send them to a nursing home or assisted living facility. Older children are usually still working full time, thereby leaving their elderly relatives at home alone. Since senior adults have a tendency to fall and potentially injure themselves, it is important that the home remain a safe place where they can move freely without worrying about slips and falls.

    5 Things Seniors Need To Know About Transient Ischemic Attacks

    A transient ischemic attack, also called a mini-stroke, can strike at any time, with no warning. These attacks are frightening, even though the effects don't last long. Here's what all seniors need to know about them.  What is a transient ischemic attack? A transient ischemic attack is a stroke that lasts less than 24 hours. Usually, it will only last for a few minutes. A blood clot forms in your brain, just like in a regular stroke, only it dissolves by itself without causing any permanent damage.

    5 Things Parents Need To Know About Sinus Infections

    Sinus infections are a common problem in children, but they can be very stressful for parents. Here's what you need to know about sinus infections. What is a sinus? A sinus is an air-filled space inside the face. Everyone has four of these: two between the eyes and one on each side of the nose. Sinuses are connected to the nasal passage. They are responsible for making the mucus that keeps your nose clean when you're healthy, and stuffs up your nose when you have a cold.