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Don’t Have The Energy To Get Through The Day? What You Should Know About Sleep Apnea

If you feel tired or exhausted all day long no matter how much sleep you get at night, you might have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can be potentially dangerous if it affects your health and wellness. In many cases, you may not even know that you have sleep apnea until you see a primary care physician for care. Here are things to know about sleep apnea, how it affects your health and what you can do to treat it. Read More 

4 Signs That You May Be Developing Cataracts

A cataract occurs when the lens of the eye becomes clouded by protein deposits. The clouding causes a decline in clear vision. There are three types of cataracts. They include subcapsular cataracts, nuclear cataracts, and cortical cataracts. Subcapsular cataracts develop at the back of the lens. Nuclear cataracts appear in the center or nucleus of the lens. A cortical cataract begins around the edges of the lens and encroaches upon the center of the eye. Read More 

Forgiving Your Spouse After An Affair: Tips To Forgive And Restore Your Marriage

Marriage can be a wonderful blessing, but it takes a great deal of work. Both parties involved should place the same amount of effort into the relationship to have a truly loving marital bond. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, since 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. While the reasons may vary, cheating is a common end to many marriages. If your spouse has had an affair, you may be considering divorce, but saving your marriage is possible. Read More 

Common Treatment Options And Plans For Fighting Breast Cancer

Breast cancer begins when cells in the breast tissue begin to grow into a mass or tumor. If not detected early, it may metastasize (spread) to other areas of the body. This is why it's crucial to check for breast lumps or abnormalities periodically, as well as have mammographies performed on a regular basis. If you have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer, the course of treatment may depend upon several factors, including your age, the stage or progression of the tumor and other health issues you may have. Read More 

Post Pregnancy Pain: Why Your Joints Are Aching & What You Can Do

Women who are pregnant are not only excited to give birth in order to meet their new baby, but also to gain relief from the many discomforts that pregnancy brings. One of the main complaints women have, particularly in the third trimester, is consistent joint pain as the body prepares for birth. However, now that you have delivered your baby, you might be dismayed to discover that your joint pain is still persistently present and is preventing you from getting back into the swing of things. Read More