Possible Complications Of A Cleft Palate

A cleft palate is a hole in the roof of the mouth that occurs when the bones and tissues fail to fuse together when your baby is in your womb. It one of the most common birth defects, and while no identifiable cause can be determined in some cases, it is often the result of inherited syndromes or a genetic predisposition. Fortunately, surgery can correct the cleft palate and restore the child's appearance. Read More 

Ways To Lower The Risk Of Your Asthmatic Child Catching A Cold

When you're a parent of a child who suffers from asthma, you're already fully aware of the efforts that you make to help your child breathe as easily as possible. Ensuring that your child always has his or her inhaler and identifying what things can trigger an asthma attack can help your child to avoid challenges with his or her breathing. If you haven't yet been through cold season with your child — perhaps because he or she has only recently been diagnosed — you'll need to be careful. Read More 

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options When Oral Medications Fail To Work

If you are currently living with erectile dysfunction and oral medications have failed to successfully achieve an erection, then you do have a few other options. While youe urologist or internal medicine physician is always the best person to consult for this issue, it's a good idea to research your options before you meet with them so you can have an informed discussion.  Listed below are the erectile dysfunction treatment options for men whose oral medication fails to work: Read More 

Medical Spas: All About

Have you heard people use the term "medical spa" but weren't really sure what they meant by this phrase? Well, this article is going to help you learn more about medical spas and what they do for their patients. Here is a closer look at these interesting and innovative healthcare facilities. Definition A medical spa is similar to a day spa in that it offers many of the same treatments you find at the typical day spa. Read More 

How To Answer Questions About Late Term Abortions

Late term abortions are often-misunderstood. A pregnancy that is potentially life-threatening or poses serious health risks for the mother/fetus may necessitate this surgical procedure (among other reasons). When a wanted pregnancy ends in a surgical abortion, friends and family may have questions. Take a look at how to handle some of these not easy to answer inquiries. Ask for Space While talking to your spouse, partner, close confidant, or a mental health provider can ease this emotional time, talking to absolutely everyone isn't necessary. Read More