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3 Things an MRI Can See That an X-Ray Cannot

If you sustain certain injuries, one of the first things that will happen when you go to the doctor is they will order an X-ray of the injured area. As effective as X-rays can be at helping a physician see what is going on with the skeletal system, an X-ray does have its limitations. Therefore, many doctors will follow up an X-ray with an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) for a more thorough diagnosis of the problem. Read More 

How To Cope When You Are The Adult Child Of An Alcoholic

When most people think about alcoholism, they think solely about how the condition affects the person with the addiction. However, alcoholism and other addictions have a much wider scope of influence than just the person who has an alcohol abuse problem. If you are an adult child of an alcoholic, you might feel powerless and unsure of how to deal with your parent and your life in general. This is completely normal. Read More 

About Your Colonoscopy

If you have to have a colonoscopy soon, then you want to be sure you know just what to expect. Not only will you want to know what you can expect before and during the colonoscopy, but you'll also want to know what will happen after. This article will offer you this information so you can be well educated on the colonoscopy procedure, as well as other areas of concern and tips for preparing for the procedure. Read More 


Chronic back pain can be downright debilitating. If you're experiencing chronic pain of any kind, the first thing you should do is go to your doctor to find out the root cause and rule out any serious issues. However, if you've already done that and have been living with back pain for an extended period of time, you're probably ready to try every tool in your stable to get some relief. Read More 

Preventing And Treating TMJ Disorder

TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the area in your jaw that allows your mouth to open and close. If you have TMJ disorder, it is when there is a displacement of the disc and muscle. This can be caused by a number of different things. Most commonly, it is caused by grinding your teeth. Most people that do this do so unconsciously. Read on for some tips to both prevent and treat TMJ disorder. Read More