I am 38 years old & have suffered an injury to my ilioinguinal/hypogastric nerves after a gynological surgery. My nerve pain is in my right groin & right pubic area, occasional travels down my inner thigh. I am on Gabitril (antineuroleptic), methadone, tramadol & Zoloft for pain control. I had [...]
My father became extremely ill 7 years ago. He lost over 100 pounds and is sick daily. He vomits (sometimes green) and his stomach will bloat out to the point where he looks pregnant. He can't seem to pass the gas. He has also become very frail and has lost [...]
Should the normal, everyday person be avoiding gluten? Is gluten actually bad for you? Most doctors say that going gluten-free is not necessary unless you have coeliac disease. Read more about gluten and coeliac disease in this Gizmodo UK - Health article.
An estimated 5.2 million Americans live with Alzheimer's. By 2025, the number of Americans with Alzheimer's is expected to grow to 7.1 million Americans. In 2013, the National Institute for Health dedicated $500 million to Alzheimer's research compared to $5.3 billion to cancer research. Do you think Alzheimer's research is [...]
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Sunanda Kane, M.D., sees female patients with inflammatory bowel disease and is often asked how these conditions may affect pregnancy. Hear what she has to say on this topic.
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Early detection of recurrent cancer is critical to beating it a second time. A Mayo Clinic research team has developed a new imaging technique that can often find the recurrent disease months, if not years, earlier than other techniques.