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Living with epilepsy can be challenging. The fear of not knowing when you are going to have a seizure ― or the embarrassment you may feel after suffering a seizure in public ― can lead to depression, anxiety and social isolation. Here are some practical tips to make living with epilepsy easier:
Breast cancer treatment can be tough, physically and emotionally. Chemotherapy, radiation and surgery can all take a tremendous toll, making you feel sick, tired and depressed. It’s extremely important to try and keep your strength and your spirits up during this difficult time. Here are some common-sense health tips for breast cancer patients undergoing treatment:
For women to stay vigilant about their health, breast cancer screening and early detection is vital. Screening exams can detect cancer before it causes symptoms, which greatly improves success and survival rates. But what screens are right for you – and when should you get them? Here’s a look at common tests and breast cancer screening guidelines:
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, that time of year when all things turn pink. Events are being organized to raise awareness about this life-threatening disease. And for good reason. Every two minutes, a woman in the U.S. is diagnosed with breast cancer. An estimated one in eight women will develop breast cancer during her lifetime.
It probably won’t surprise you to learn that that men go to the doctor less than women. Unless they have a serious injury or illness, men tend to just “brush it off.” Obviously, that’s not always the best idea – especially since the top three health threats for men are largely preventable.
Every man has a prostate - but surprisingly, many men have no idea where it is, what it does and when something is wrong. The following information is designed to provide a little insight into that pesky gland which, doctors say, will affect most men at some point in their life.
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