Concussion And Your Child

Posted on: 4 September 2017

If your child participates in contact sports, it is possible that he or she will receive a concussion at some point. A concussion occurs when a physical impact causes the brain to hit the inside of your child's skull on the initial impact, then hit the skull again as the brain rebounds from the impact. Here are three important things that you need to know about concussions and your child to ensure proper diagnosis and recovery in the future.
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Going Through IVF Treatment? How To Prepare For Your Egg Transfer

Posted on: 14 August 2017

No matter what anyone says, IVF treatments are a lot of work. They require a lot of advance preparation if you want to ensure a positive outcome. In addition to the instructions you'll receive from your doctor, there are some other steps you can take to increase your chances of becoming pregnant after an egg transfer. Here are just a few of the tricks you can use to get ready for your egg transfer.
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The Danger Of Ankle Sprains For Ballerinas

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Ankle sprains are a serious problem that can cause a person a lot of pain. However, for a professional like a ballerina, it can be even worse. Understanding the dangers of this problem and how to treat it, a ballerina can avoid impacting her career negatively. Dancers Can Suffer From Serious Ankle Sprains Ankle sprains occur when a person lands on their foot wrong and twists it to the side.
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A Guide To The Use Of Arterial Ligation And Nerve Decompression Surgeries For Migraines

Posted on: 14 July 2017

Given that research suggests that more than 37 million people in the United States suffer from migraines and as many as three million of those persons experience at least one migraine a month, it's obvious that standard medical treatment isn't always sufficient. When medications, such as those in the triptan family, pain meds, anti-depressants, etc. aren't providing adequate, consistent relief, it's a good idea to speak with your physician about surgical interventions. Two common migraine surgeries are arterial ligation and nerve decompression, both of which are explained below.
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