The Cost of Multiple Sclerosis
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The Price Tag of Multiple-Sclerosis Right now, it is estimated that about 400,000 people in the U.S. suffer from Multiple Sclerosis (MS). That number increases by one person with every passing hour, and that hour can come for any person at any age. Multiple Sclerosis costs $10,000,000,000 in medical expenses every year, as well as there will be additional costs to the individual. Those additional costs will be due to the need for assistive equipment, paid personal care, unemployment or underemployment, modifications to that home to accommodate the person’s disability, and unemployment or underemployment. A Study on Multiple Sclerosis Though, … Continue reading “The Cost of Multiple Sclerosis”

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Understanding Multiple-Sclerosis – Part 2

Symptoms of Multiple-Sclerosis Last week, we explored what Multiple-Sclerosis (MS) is, and why the doctors may think you or your loved one has it. The doctors are looking for certain signs that will help them determine whether or not it’s this or another condition. Now, there are many signs of MS, and there will always be symptoms to indicate the existence of this condition, but the manifestation of those symptoms is dependent on the location and severity of the condition. Not only that, but the severity of the manifestation of those symptoms may be anywhere from mild to severe. They … Continue reading “Understanding Multiple-Sclerosis – Part 2”

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Understanding Multiple-Sclerosis – Part 1
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Every Person’s Goal Everyone wants to get up every morning, and know that they can make the best of that day. They want to relax on the couch, take a walk, or do whatever else they want to do. The freedom of every person to do those things he or she enjoys the most is something most people have the opportunity to do. But sometime there are things that happen in a person’s life that sways the course of their life and changes their ability to make those choices. Among the countless possible events that can lead to a person’s … Continue reading “Understanding Multiple-Sclerosis – Part 1”

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Allergies and Sinus Pressure: What Doctors Won’t Tell You
Sinuses, Allergies, Sinus Pressure

If you deal with sinus pressure or allergies, you may feel stuck. You may feel like you either have to deal with those issues or take medication for the rest of your life. It’s easy to try to alleviate the issue by doing what we see or think we see everyone else is doing. The television is great at telling a captivated audience that certain medications will cure these issues. Now, the truth is all of those medications those pharmaceutical companies tell you will help cure your allergies or sinuses, won’t. They will help alleviate the symptoms, but they will … Continue reading “Allergies and Sinus Pressure: What Doctors Won’t Tell You”

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Digestive disorders (IBS) and upper cervical chiropractic
IBS, Digestive Disorder, Digestion, Stomach Problems

IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) affects anywhere between 12 and 30% of the US population. IBS is a severe digestive disorder which can cause extreme abdominal pain and discomfort. Sufferers can also find they have other symptoms such as bloating, diarrhea and constipation; they may have unpredictable swings from one to the other at any time. It can be a distressing problem that is often very tricky to treat successfully. Many sufferers find that the traditional methods of treatment can be ineffective. Those who do suffer from IBS or live with someone who does, know how disruptive IBS can be to … Continue reading “Digestive disorders (IBS) and upper cervical chiropractic”

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Can arthritis Effect the spine?
Arthritis, Spine, Osteoarthritis

Arthritis In the Spine Maybe you know someone with arthritis in their hands or even their knees. But arthritis in their spine – now that might be a new one on you! Arthritis of the spine is known by several names, including osteoarthritis, degenerative joint or disc disease and subluxation degeneration. It is actually quite common – but do you know what it is or what causes it? This is how it starts – after all – we’re talking about degeneration, which by the very nature of its definition means a process of deteriorating over time. In fact, the first … Continue reading “Can arthritis Effect the spine?”

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Drug-free ADHD relief
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Research Links Bad Sleep with ADHD Symptoms Several news sources, including the Daily Mail are reporting that some doctors believe that a 3rd of the children that have been diagnosed with ADHD really are suffering with sleep deprivation. Dr. Vatsal Thakkar, a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine is one of them. He has said that sleep deprivation, especially in children, does not cause lethargy, but very similar symptoms to ADHD, including hyperactivity, an inability to focus, aggression and forgetfulness. The similarity between the symptoms, coupled with many doctors’ poor understanding of sleep … Continue reading “Drug-free ADHD relief”

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Natural Fibromyalgia Treatment
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I’m sure that anyone reading this article has probably heard about fibromyalgia; you may be noticing the symptoms yourself, or at the very least have a friend or family member who has. Unfortunately, a lot of sufferer’s are initially treated as if they’re symptoms were imaginary, but over the years the medical community has started to take the condition seriously. Even so, the actual causes of the condition aren’t always clear due in part to the fact the actual causes are influenced by several factors which can make treatment difficult but fortunately, not impossible. As high as 90% of fibromyalgia … Continue reading “Natural Fibromyalgia Treatment”

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Newborn and Baby Acid Reflux
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  One of the most difficult things a new mother can go through is to see her new baby in pain. Acid reflux in babies is a common problem that causes pain and other symptoms. The most common symptoms include excessive vomiting, cough, gagging, choking or refusing to eat, crying when eating and heartburn, gas or abdominal pain. Babies may also have colic, restricted growth, breathing difficulties, and they may have pneumonia that keeps coming back. It is a challenge for mothers and babies that is very difficult to overcome. Causes for Acid Reflux in Babies There are many suspected … Continue reading “Newborn and Baby Acid Reflux”

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Scoliosis can Start with a Fall Down the Stairs

When a 2-year-old little girl falls down the stairs what is the typical response? The parents would pick her up and check on her see if there are any notable injuries. If they were concerned about her in any way the parents would take that little girl to the emergency room and get her checked out medically. They may perform X-Rays, a Cat Scan, and other testing. If all those tests come back negative then they would release her back to her parents and tell them that she is going to be okay. But what if she wasn’t okay? What … Continue reading “Scoliosis can Start with a Fall Down the Stairs”

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