iron deficiency treatment Treatment for iron-deficiency anemia will depend on its cause and severity. Treatments may include iron supplements, procedures, surgery, and dietary changes. Severe iron-deficiency anemia may require intravenous (IV) iron therapy or a blood transfusion. Iron supplements Your doctor may recommend that you take iron supplements, also called… Continue Reading Iron Deficiency Treatment

Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair Rotator cuff: the rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder. They allow the joint to stay in position and aid movement. They are active during all motions involving the shoulder, such as: combing hair, playing games, and reaching a high… Continue Reading Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff: Diagnosis and Treatment | Yashoda Hospitals

Chest pain is the one of the most frequent reasons people come to the Emergency Department. Its numerous causes range from benign to life-threatening, with overlapping symptoms, making identification of serious problems difficult. Our goal is to tease out who is having, or at risk of having, an emergent problem.… Continue Reading Chest Pain: The 5 potentially lethal causes of chest pain

An allergy is a body’s unexpected reaction of something it has come into contact with. Something that triggers an allergic reaction is called an allergen. One of the most common allergens is plant pollen, which often causes hayfever. Other allergens include animal hair, insect stings, specific drugs and foods, especially… Continue Reading How To Treat A Severe Allergic Reaction, Signs & Symptoms – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

Normal tongue mobility is an important factor in speech development. However in a newborn, it is also essential for breastfeeding. It is not uncommon that a child is born with a mucosal flap under the tongue tip causing relative immobility leading to breastfeeding difficulties. This is known as tongue tie.… Continue Reading Tongue Tie Release Treatment

If you’ve suffered through the pain of a herniated disc, you may have taken the steroid prednisone to dull the discomfort. But as it turns out, it may not be all that helpful. I’m Rachelle Grossman with your latest health news. A new study found that prednisone did not decrease… Continue Reading This Rx Wasn’t Much Help for Back Pain

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Each year, an estimated 38 million US men, women and children will fall victim to at least one debilitating migraine headache. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, more than 12 percent of the US population suffers from migraines — and evidence suggests that number may be rising. There are many… Continue Reading 6 Alternative Migraine Treatments

If you have asthma, you may be more likely to develop another common condition. I’m Shelby Cullinan with your latest health news. A new study from the University of Cincinnati found that asthma patients who are already experiencing episodic, or occasional migraines may be more than twice as likely to… Continue Reading The Asthma-Migraine Connection

Migraine patients may have another headache to worry about. Migraines may be connected to a treatable type of facial paralysis. I’m Shelby Cullinan with your latest helath news. A research group from Taiwan found that people who had migraines were nearly twice as likely as those without migraines to have… Continue Reading Migraine Patients May Face Facial Paralysis Risk