The Truth About Breast Thermography

The Truth About Breast Thermography

Breast thermography is a clinical diagnostic procedure which uses highly specialized infra red cameras to measure the heat coming from the body, in this case, the breast....

Coffee And Parkinson's Disease

Coffee And Parkinson's Disease

Did you know that drinking coffee may prevent the development of Parkinson's Disease? Well actually its the caffeine that plays an important role. A recent study found that caffeine in coffee seems to offer some help....

Parkinson's Disease: Recommendations For Wellness

Parkinson's Disease: Recommendations For Wellness

While there is no know cure for Parkinson's disease, there are a number of things one can do to help reduce your risk of developing this disorder, including natural supplements, and vitamins, dietary changes, reducing stress, and more....

Hepatitis C:  The Silent Epidemic

Hepatitis C: The Silent Epidemic

Most people don't know they have Hepatitis C and there are no symptoms, why should you even be concerned? You should be concerned because while some people have a normal life span without any significant liver damage, others develop irreversible scarring resulting in liver failure or liver cancer....

When Crohn's Has You Down

When Crohn's Has You Down

“Don’t give up and let the world go by you, and I know there are some times that it feels that way. Things will get better.” Crohn’s Support Editor, Susan Johnson states. Susan explains how people with Crohn’s often feel unmotivated and tired on the days that they aren’t feeling so well....

Diving With Crohn's Disease

Diving With Crohn's Disease

Crohn’s disease can lead to many complications including diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain, malabsorption of food and nutritional deficiencies, vomiting and more. Many people with Crohn’s disease who have had surgery in the past, still live full and rewarding lives and are still capable of doing many activities including sport diving....