Browse health articles about autism, gallbladder cancer, sleep disorders, overeating during the holidays, Sarcoidosis, food poisoning, and music and health.
A Bowl of Rice
947 million people in the developing world are undernourished and consume less than the minimum amount of calories essential for sound health and growth.
I ran across several articles on the Internet that implied that autistic children have no sense of humor or implied that autistic children cannot understand humor. Autistic children Do have a sense of humor. They do laugh.
Concussion in a brain injury caused by the head being hit or by the head being violently shaken or snapped back and forward when a person falls or when a person is involved in an car accident or other violent accident.
Information about food poisoning, the symptoms, treatment, when to call a doctor, and when to go to the nearest hospital emergency facility.
Gallbladder cancer is something we normally do not choose to think about it, talk about, or worry about it.
How serious is it and what you need to know and do to defeat the flu bug (gastroenteritis) and the dehydration that is associated with it.
Guillain Barre Syndrome
Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a disease with no known cure. Find out more about this rare disease.
Compulsive Hoarding Disorder is the excessive acquisition of possessions and the failure to use or get rid of them.
What is Love Sickness and can you get ill from it?
Resources and information about Lupus and how it is treated.
Music and Health
How music and health work together, and how music is used to help autistic children, and to sooth anger, fears, and stress.
Overeating During the Holidays
Overeating during the holidays can lead to upset stomachs, indigestion, and feeling bloated and is a common problem during Thanksgiving and the Christmas season.
Pets and Health: The Health Connection
There are many studies support the theory that pets can be beneficial to the health of humans by providing comfort, lowering blood pressure, and more.
Phobias: what they are, how they are treated, and phobia resources and information. Phobias can range from mild problem to a phobia that triggers a debilitating panic attack and treatment for phobias could include behavior therapy, medications, self help books, and other treatments.
What is Sarcoidosis, what are the symptoms, and how is it treated?
Do you have a problem getting to sleep and staying asleep? If so, you are not alone.
Here in the United States we don't hear too much about Tuberculosis any more, but Tuberculosis still kills over 1 million people a year.
West Nile Virus
Health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information.
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