Stem Cell Research May Help Manage Third-Degree Burn Damage For Good

Suffering from serious third-degree burns is always a traumatic situation. It can leave a person scared for life and make it difficult for them to live their lives. However, stem cell research and various practical new treatment methods may make it possible to manage these burns safely and effectively. Burns May Permanently Damage Skin Cells Serious third-degree burns go through the skin and potentially damage nerve endings in your body. [Read More]

3 Things To Know About RSV

If you have a small child that develops cold symptoms, it can be hard as a parent to know whether you should take your child to the doctor. Doctors cannot treat colds in small children; however, there is one illness that many children get that is very serious, yet it resembles a severe cold. This condition is called respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). What Is RSV? RSV is a very common virus with young children, yet it can be very serious in some cases. [Read More]

Waking Up Tired? 3 Tips To Figure Out The Problem

Everyone will experience episodes when they are more tired than usual. You may even wake up feeling more tired than you did before bed. When tiredness becomes unusual or unrelenting, it may be time to investigate more serious problems by visiting a sleep clinic. Distinguish Between Sleepiness And Fatigue Both being sleepy and fatigued may be lumped into tiredness, but they are not the same. If you wake up feeling like you need more sleep or find you could take naps during the day, this is more likely a sign of problems with your sleep quality. [Read More]

Don't Suffer Through The Pain: How To Get Relief From A Bladder Infection

Bladder infections can be downright uncomfortable. Unfortunately, they're among the most common types of urinary tract infections, and they're most common in women. One of the reasons that women are more prone to bladder infections is because the urethra is shorter in women than it is in men. That means that the bacteria that can build up in the urethra has a shorter distance to go to reach the bladder. Luckily, there are some things you can do to alleviate the discomfort of a bladder infection. [Read More]