For pain to be chronic, it lasts for longer than 3 months and usually follows a known injury or cause. Chronic pain is a disease in itself and can have physical, psychological, social and economic effects.
Prevention & Wellness
Most people are unfamiliar with the Pudendal Nerve and what it does. Those who suffer from “Cyclist’s Syndrome” are often painfully aware of its effect.
If you’re experiencing pregnancy for the first time, below are some questions and topics to discuss with your OB/GYN on your first visit, in addition to some answers to help give you a head start.
All babies have episodes of reflux intermittently without implying a medical condition. However, reflux episodes can be a sign of several medical conditions. Therefore, it is important to differentiate between a "happy spitter" and a baby with a medical condition.
Trying to quit smoking or know someone trying to quit? Read about how one resource, Krewe de Quit, can provide support to help you or your loved one quit for good.