4 Things To Know About Labiaplasty

Labia come in all shapes and sizes, and there is no "normal" labia.Unfortunately, there are some women who are unhappy with the appearance of their labia.Not only can labia be a source of negative self-esteem for some women, but protruding labia can also be physically uncomfortable. So are you thinking about changing this with labiaplasty?Here are a few things to keep in mind. You May Be a Good Candidate The best candidates for labiaplasty are those who are currently unhappy with their labia. Read More 

Angina And Angina Treatments

Angina is a very common condition among Americans. There are treatments to treat the conditions, but doctors will also recommend lifestyle changes. What Is Angina? Angina is chest pain that causes discomfort and pressure. There are two common types of angina.  Chronic stable angina: Chronic stable angina occurs when you require more oxygen due to your heart overworking itself. The pain, triggers, and length of time it lasts would stay stable or consistent for at least two months for it to be considered stable. Read More 

Reasons To Use Urgent Care For Minor Injury Car Accidents

If you need medical attention after a car accident, an urgent care center may be suitable under certain circumstances. Urgent care offers many benefits for those who do not need immediate emergency treatment. Here are some reasons why you may want to consider visiting an urgent care center after your car accident. Urgent Care Wait Times Are Less Unless you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, you will likely wait a long time in the emergency room. Read More 

Top Reasons To Schedule An Allergy Test For Your Child

Many people suffer from allergies, whether they are allergic to pollen, pet dander, insect bites/stings, or specific types of food. When a person is allergic to something, their immune system responds to a trigger, causing an allergic reaction. Allergies can begin from a young age, but small children often don't have the understanding or vocabulary to explain their symptoms. If you are a parent to a young child, allergy testing for your child may be necessary at some point. Read More 

How Metatarsal Stress Fractures Are Treated

Being diagnosed with a stress fracture can bring about some mixed feelings. On one hand, you may be happy to know why you've had so much pain in your foot. On the other hand, you're probably wondering what treatment will entail. The good news is that treating a metatarsal stress fracture is not as difficult or painful as many people assume. You will need to work with a podiatrist or orthopedic doctor — preferably one who specializes in sports medicine — but the treatments they'll administer and prescribe are generally quite straightforward. Read More