Best Exercises to Help Ease Lymphedema

Did you get lymphedema — swelling and fluid buildup — because of breast cancer or its treatments, or after having lymph nodes taken out? Some simple movements may help. Your mom’s generation might not have known this. Experts used to warn against upper body exercise after breast surgery. But now they know that exercise is… Continue reading Best Exercises to Help Ease Lymphedema

Edens Garden PMS Ease Essential Oil Synergy Blend, 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade (Digestion & Menstrual Cramps) 10 ml

Price: (as of – Details) Product Description Our story is rooted in natural and conscientious living. When Edens Garden was founded in 2009, our dream was to share high-quality, affordable essential oils with everyone. As a women- and family-owned company, our loved ones and community inspire us to make safety, quality and sustainability our top… Continue reading Edens Garden PMS Ease Essential Oil Synergy Blend, 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade (Digestion & Menstrual Cramps) 10 ml

After-School Programs Can Ease Kids' ADHD

Kids with ADHD often struggle just to stay on task or behave in school. So the idea of taking on more activities after school might feel like you’re asking for trouble. But new research shows that after-school programs could relieve some troubles for kids with this condition. “These activities have potential benefits for kids with… Continue reading After-School Programs Can Ease Kids' ADHD

Tips to Ease Your Fear of Pooping in Public Places

Maybe you dread the idea of having to poop in a public restroom. Or maybe you instead worry you’ll have an accident while you’re out on the town. Lots of people have these fears. Take some simple steps to help settle your nerves and your bowels. Afraid of Using Public Bathrooms? Tackle “toilet anxiety.” Imagine what… Continue reading Tips to Ease Your Fear of Pooping in Public Places

Vitamin D Won't Help Ease Irritable Bowel Syndrome

By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Aug. 5, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Taking vitamin D supplements won’t improve painful symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), British researchers report. IBS is a chronic digestive disorder that can cause stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhea and constipation. Symptoms come and go for some people, but the condition can severely affect… Continue reading Vitamin D Won't Help Ease Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Covid patients urge public to 'be careful' as restrictions ease

Most legal restrictions on social contact have been lifted in England. There are no longer limits on how many people can meet indoors and nightclubs have reopened. The lifting of restrictions comes as cases and hospitalisations due to Covid are rising. Patients at a hospital in Nottingham have urged the public to “be careful” as… Continue reading Covid patients urge public to 'be careful' as restrictions ease

19 July: England Covid restrictions ease as PM urges caution

There will be no limit on how many people can meet, nightclubs can reopen and large events resume. Source link

Heart Troubles Ease Over Time in Kids With MIS-C

THURSDAY, July 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Here’s some reassuring news for parents: Most heart problems in children with a rare inflammatory condition triggered by COVID-19 infection resolve within a few months, a new study finds. Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) causes inflammation throughout the body, and many patients develop a… Continue reading Heart Troubles Ease Over Time in Kids With MIS-C

No Evidence Muscle Relaxers Ease Low Back Pain

By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, July 9, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Although tens of millions of Americans turn to muscle relaxants for lower back pain relief, a new Australian review finds little evidence that such drugs actually work. That’s the conclusion of a deep-dive into 31 prior investigations, which collectively enlisted more than 6,500… Continue reading No Evidence Muscle Relaxers Ease Low Back Pain

What Works Best to Ease Migraines?

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, June 16, 2021 (HealthDay News) — A new research review offers good news for migraine sufferers: There are more pain-relieving options than ever. In an analysis of over 100 published studies, researchers found that several drug classes showed good evidence they ease the pain of a migraine-in-progress. Some of… Continue reading What Works Best to Ease Migraines?