You’ve just enjoyed a nice meal and are ready to move on with your day, when you start to feel that familiar gurgling and grumbling in your stomach that signals indigestion. Unfortunately, stomach problems are all too common, affecting millions of people across North America. However, knowing how to deal with them – and how to ultimately prevent them – can make all the difference to your daily life and overall happiness. Take a look at seven of the most …Read more
If you suffer from bloating, gas or indigestion, you’re not alone. Gastrointestinal issues are a common problem in today’s society. While the symptoms of gastrointestinal issues may be uncomfortable and embarrassing to talk about, it is essential that you learn what’s going on with your body so that you can manage your symptoms appropriately.
This will help you to lead a normal life, free of the frequent uncomfortable stomach problems that you may experience on a regular basis.
Hip fractures are serious injuries that can result in permanent functional impairment, admission into nursing homes and an increased risk of death. Approximately 300,000 Americans suffer from hip fractures every year and 225,000 (or three-quarters) of hip fracture victims are female.
Women are especially prone to fractures because their estrogen levels drop during menopause and lowered estrogen accelerates bone loss, making bones more vulnerable to serious injury. Menopause isn’t the only culprit however; a surprising new study revealed that heartburn …Read more
Approximately one third of adults suffer from heartburn and if you’re one of them you know how uncomfortable it can be when you eat a food that triggers an attack. Making careful food choices is important if you want to keep your stomach problems from disrupting your life.
Heartburn is often called acid indigestion and it is a common condition where you may feel discomfort, including burning and warmth, in your chest after eating. The pain that …Read more