Vaginal Bleeding Following A Hysterectomy

Posted on: 10 December 2015
Although it's normal to have some spotting or light bleeding for up to 6 weeks following a hysterectomy – a surgery doctors perform to remove the uterus as a treatment for cancer and other gynecological conditions – there may be a problem if bleeding occurs months or years later. Both cancer and benign conditions can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding after you have a hysterectomy; therefore, it's important to see your doctor to identify the cause.
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Walking Pneumonia: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, And Prevention

Posted on: 24 November 2015
If you're dealing with a cold or flu-like illness that seems to be lasting a bit too long, you may be dealing with walking pneumonia. Luckily for you, this type of pneumonia is mild and easily treated, but in order to know that treatment is needed, you first must know the signs. Below is an overview of walking pneumonia, what causes it, its symptoms, and how this infection can be treated and prevented.
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Creating A Trigger-Free Home For Your Asthmatic Child

Posted on: 6 November 2015
When your child has an asthma attack it's scary. There are numerous things that can trigger a childhood asthma attack, some of which—like tree pollen—you can't control. However, there are several things that you can do to help your child avoid common household triggers. Check out these tips to learn how to turn your home into a trigger-free place for your asthmatic child. Household and Personal Products Household and personal products with a strong scent release chemicals into the air.
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How To Pick The Right Hearing Aid

Posted on: 22 October 2015
If you need to pick a hearing aid, then there are several popular types to choose from. To help you narrow down your options, here are the most popular options: Behind-the-Ear (BTE) - The first and most visible type is known as a BTE hearing aid. These units rest almost entirely outside the ear and are thus pretty visible. If you are wearing a BTE and someone looks at you from the side or behind, they will spot the aid pretty easily.
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