Putting Autoimmune Diseases On The Radar: 3 Reasons You Need Testing

Your family doctor is often the first person that might suspect you have an autoimmune disease, but in many cases, autoimmune diseases are not on the radar of doctors in primary care settings. There are several reasons you may want further testing to see if your symptoms are caused by an autoimmune disease.  1. You're Exhausted Patients know when fatigue or exhaustion are beyond what's normal. They probably have spent months or years blaming everything from an underlying illness to stress.   Read More...

What To Do When It's Time To Find An OBGYN

If you've just learned that you're pregnant, then you'll most likely want to find a doctor who can guide you through the process the whole way to delivery. Locating an OBGYN may be simple, especially if you're already working with a gynecologist who also handles obstetrics work, but it's still wise to get things in order as early as possible. What is an OBGYN? An obstetrician-gynecologist is a doctor who specializes in dealing with the concerns of pregnant women, particularly any issues related to reproductive health.   Read More...

Holistic Treatment Options For Your Anxiety Disorder

When you suffer from an anxiety disorder, whether it is a generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, or even obsessive-compulsive disorder, it can feel like the weight of the world is always bearing down on you. Anxiety can be extremely difficult to cope with as the physical and mental symptoms can be frightening and exhausting. While dealing with anxiety alone is almost unbearably difficult sometimes, there are treatment options that can help to reduce anxiety greatly.   Read More...

A Few Reasons To Request Your Child See A Brain Specialist

As a parent, you tend to worry about everything your child does or does not do. You panic if they seem to be behaving differently than your niece and if they do not seem to be progressing at the same rate as the neighbor's child. You worry that something might be wrong with them developmentally and comb the internet for information. You need to understand that every child is different, learning skills at their own rate.   Read More...

Tips For Better Vision Care

Taking care of your vision now will pay off later. Vision problems tend to surface as you age, but there are things you can do when younger to slow the chances of vision loss or even prevent some issues entirely. The following tips will help you manage your vision care so you can schedule necessary treatments before it is too late. Tip #1: Schedule an annual exam Many people skip annual exams if they don't notice changes to their vision or if they have never had a need for glasses.   Read More...