Four Tips For Finding Your Soulmate Doctor

Whether you are utilizing a new insurance plan or you have moved to a new area, you are going to need to choose a new doctor, which, yes, can be scary and overwhelming. However, it doesn't have to be as long as you are filtering through the doctors in order to narrow it down to the right one based on your own health needs. Here are four tips to help you find your doctor:

Four Tips For Preventing Sore Nipples During The Early Stages Of Breastfeeding

What many first-time mom's don't realize is the amount of discomfort that can come from breastfeeding. Even second and third-time moms can prepare themselves for it and still come off a bit surprised by the continued discomfort. Sore nipples that continue to lead to discomfort can continue even after the baby is done with the feeding. Luckily, there are ways that this can be avoided. Here are four tips to consider:

Your Body, But Also Your Right To Be Informed

Many women in this country constantly argue that the government has no place in the affairs of women's bodies, reproductive organs, and right to choose. Okay, but you also have the right to be informed. Before you choose to have an abortion, you should have adequate information to make such a decision. All other medical procedures receive informed consent. Ergo, abortion patients should as well. Here are a few things you may not have known about this procedure, and why you should definitely be told before you go ahead with an abortion.

Parkinson's Disease 101

Your brain produces dopamine-producing cells that control muscle movement. When this communication goes haywire, you may have a neurodegenerative disorder that neurologists call Parkinson's disease. This disease is named for an apothecarist (similar to a pharmacist) in Britain, James Parkinson, who authored a paper in 18717 entitled "shaking Palsy." In the 200 years since this paper was published, much has been learned about this disease, although a cure has not yet been found.

MRI: What To Expect

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a very useful diagnostic tool in the medical industry. Strong magnetic fields and radio waves are used to view the body's internal organs. Here is what you need to know about this beneficial technology. What Is An MRI? An MRI is a huge machine that looks like it has a tunnel with a pull-out bed in the middle. It is made up of a device that produces radio waves, a large magnet, and a computer.