Discussing Pediatric Medical Care

Grappling With Atypical Depression? 4 Tips To Deal With The Symptoms

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The term “atypical” depression is often used to specify a collection of symptoms (specifiers) that may be present with major depression or dysthymia. Unlike melancholic depression, you may feel more tired than usual and have a voracious appetite. There are ways you can manage symptoms and possibly make atypical depression less impactful on your life. Fight Weight Gain Emotional eating is an especially difficult symptom that occurs with atypical depression. You may feel hungry more often than usual and even when you eat, you may feel like your stomach is never full.…

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The 411 On Varicose Veins: Understanding And Treating Varicose Veins

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Following a well-balanced diet and enjoying regular exercise are essential elements to living a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, certain conditions may still arise, affecting your mobility, appearance, and self-esteem. Considering an estimated 35 percent of people in the United States have varicose veins, understanding the condition is smart. Using this guide, you will understand how varicose veins develop and learn the best options for treating these unsightly veins.    The Development of Varicose Veins…

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Don't Be A Lump! 4 Surprising Signs Of Breast Cancer That Don't Involve Lumps

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Self-exams are important for diagnosing breast cancer early, but you should be checking your breasts and surrounding body parts for more than just lumps. Lumps are not always noticeable until they become larger as the cancer progresses. In addition, an estimated 80 to 85 percent of lumps in the breast are non-cancerous, so they are not the only signs to consider. Using this guide and the help of your doctor, you will learn some surprising signs of breast cancer that are not related to lumps in your breast tissue.…

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