Back Pain? A Gastroenterological Issue Could Be To Blame

Posted on: 26 May 2020

Back pain is often perceived to be the result of muscle strain or poor posture. However, this pain can also be a sign of a gastroenterological concern. If you have experienced back pain that is unrelenting and sporadic, it is worth learning more about the gastroenterological issues that could be trying to get your attention. 1. Gallstones  Gallstones are rock-like formations that develop within the gallbladder and are most often the result of a problem with the way the liquid bile is processed through the gallbladder. [Read More]

Suffering from Osteoarthritis? How Stem Cell Treatments Could Help

Posted on: 21 May 2020

Osteoarthritis is a chronic degenerative disease that wears down joints and the protective cartilage on the end of bones. If you suffer from osteoarthritis, you might have pain and stiffness in your back, knees, hips, neck, and hands. While some people can find relief through physical therapy and medications, this isn't always an option. One treatment you could try is stem cell therapy. What Are Stem Cells? In layman's terms, stem cells are the building blocks for all other cells. [Read More]

Improve Your Cardiac And Overall Health With A Few Lifestyle Changes

Posted on: 19 May 2020

The heart serves as the workhorse of your body, as it pumps constantly to ensure you remain alive and kicking. However, when it comes to keeping the heart in tip-top condition, it becomes more difficult with age, and if you fall into certain habits like drinking and smoking, it gets even more difficult. To ensure your heart remains in good condition and you are able to avoid heart disease that is life-threatening, here are a few tips that will improve your cardiac health. [Read More]

How To Avoid Spreading Your DHEA Cream

Posted on: 15 May 2020

DHEA creams can help boost your testosterone levels, alleviating symptoms like muscle loss and low energy levels. You typically apply the cream to your shoulders, thighs, and abdomen. The DHEA is slowly absorbed through your skin over a period of hours. This is a convenient application option, but it does have one downfall: there's a potential to spread the cream to other people. Luckily, this is pretty easy to avoid if you follow these protocols. [Read More]