When we talk muscles and bones, you probably think of building strength with exercise. While physical activity does the trick, it’s not the only factor determining the strength or weakness of your muscles.
Aging is another large factor that can… Read More
Research suggests that up to 25 percent of Americans suffer from fatty liver disease, which causes an enlarged liver or, as it is known in medical terms, hepatomegaly. Essentially, it means that the liver is swollen beyond normal size. Since… Read More
Sensory problems, including restless leg syndrome (RLS), numbness and weakness, are the first sign of multiple sclerosis (MS). Sensory problems can occur in 20 to 50 percent of individuals with multiple sclerosis with a condition known as paresthesia. The… Read More