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Rheumatoid arthritis and anemia may seem like two unrelated conditions, but the two often go hand in hand. It is believed up to 70 percent of people with rheumatoid arthritis develop anemia. What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis? An autoimmune disorder, rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the lining of your joints and causes … Continue reading “The Connection Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Anemia”


If you have been diagnosed with high cholesterol, you are probably wondering which medications you can take. Cholesterol control is important in helping to reduce the risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions. Knowing which medications are designed to help with cholesterol control is a good place to start. There are a number of … Continue reading “3 Medications That Help With Cholesterol Control”


A high blood pressure diagnosis can be worrying, particularly when you’re not sure how to help the situation on your own. Fortunately, there are ways you can help to mitigate hypertension on your own with some simple lifestyle changes. Hypertension and Exercise 150 minutes of regular physical activity, or about 30 minutes most days of … Continue reading “3 Simple Ways to Help Hypertension”


Cholesterol control is easier than you think. Basically, it’s about getting rid of bad foods and eating healthier varieties. It’s all about balance. Foods for Cholesterol Control It doesn’t take long for cholesterol levels to skyrocket. In fact, unhealthy foods can do a world of damage to your body. The good news is, as bad … Continue reading “Cholesterol Control with the Right Foods”


A small gland in the front of your neck controls more of your body than you may think. When this gland, the thyroid, isn’t functioning properly, you may see quite a few symptoms and they may not point to thyroid disease until you are tested. However, there are some people who should be checked for … Continue reading “Who Should Be Routinely Tested for Thyroid Disease?”


A C-section is a major surgery that is used to deliver a baby for many reasons, from fetus distress to having had a prior C-section. There are several ways to close the outer incision and your doctor will decide which method is best for your situation. Staples are commonly used, and you will need to … Continue reading “What to Expect from C-Section Staple Removal”


As a young woman, you most likely are already familiar with the term “pap smear”. However, do you know what this test is and why it is important? And do you know when you should have the test for the first time? Let’s answer your questions… What is a Pap Smear? During a pap smear, … Continue reading “How Young Should the First Pap Smear Be Done?”


Sinus issues don’t have to be alleviated with medication. Rather, the Neti pot, a natural alternative, can improve sinus care without all the chemicals. Sinus care just got greener. A natural remedy, used by grandmothers, just became a common alternative to sinus and allergy medications. The Neti pot makes clearing sinuses easy and pain-free, and … Continue reading “The Neti Pot: Natural Sinus Care that Helps”


For every sexually active adult, it is important to ensure health through regular STD screening. There are seven tests that should be conducted regularly or in certain situations. Let’s take a look at each. HIV HIV is the most important test out of all seven. It can cause death if it turns into AIDS. Prevention … Continue reading “Top 7 STD Screening Recommendations”


Work physicals are used to determine a potential or current employee’s ability to perform within any particular role. The reality is, the majority of companies in the United States now require all employees to take work physicals throughout their tenure. The detail and length of time work physicals take will largely depend upon the requirements … Continue reading “What Type of Employment Requires Work Physicals?”