Latest Research on Herpes in 2013
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2010), approximately 776,000 people within the United States are initially infected with one of the two forms of the herpes simplex virus every year.
An Inside Look at Erectile Dysfunction
There's nothing pretty, enjoyable, or comfortable about living with erectile dysfunction though millions and millions of men all over the world have been forced to deal with this unpleasant in embarrassing medical condition all throughout human history.
Shedding Light on Hypertension
Hypertension (also more known as high blood pressure) is quickly becoming one of the most serious medical epidemics that humanity has ever had to face. Literally responsible for a wide range of serious medical conditions including some deadly ones you're going to want to get a handle on your hypertension just as soon as possible.
Shingles, Postherpetic Neuralgia, and How Telehealth Can Help
Shingles is a painful condition caused by the herpes zoster virus. When someone contracts chickenpox, the herpes zoster virus remains in the body's neural network.
Telemedicine Treatment Options and Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes is an endocrine disorder that alters the way the body breaks down glucose in the blood.
Telemedicine Treatment Options and Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction (commonly called ED) is the inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection that is sufficient for sexual function.
The Latest and Greatest on Male Pattern Baldness
Approximately 70% of American males will have some degree of hair loss by the time they reach 35 years of age.
The Unvarnished Truth About Male Pattern Baldness
While its certainly not the same kind of social stigma that it used to be (thanks in large part to celebrities like Bruce Willis), the reality is that very few men look forward to the day they lose all of their hair.
Understanding and Living with Herpes
One of the more common medical issues that anyone has to contend with in our modern world (with some estimates pegging the total number of people dealing with some form of herpes in the hundreds of millions), herpes has become one of the most talked about medical conditions of our time.
White Coat Hypertension and Online Healthcare Delivery
According to recent data, the incidence of hypertension rose by 10 percent in the U.S. from 2005 to 2009 (CDC, 2010).
Latest Research on Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes mellitus is an extremely common medical condition where the body is incapable of utilizing glucose and insulin appropriately.
Avoid Harm to Heart and Lung Function by Getting More Sleep
Sleep is a necessary part of life. When you become sleep deprived, you do more damage to your body than they realize.
Erectile Dysfunction is not the end of it all
Unfortunately, when a man experiences erectile dysfunction he takes it as a sign of his virility going down the drain. Visions of sleepless nights without satisfying sex charge through the brain like a runaway train. But it doesn't have to be like that.
Herpes is Not The End of a Good Life
If a doctor tells a patient that he or she has herpes, it often feels like the death knell of a good and happy life, but it needn't be the case.
High Blood Pressure is Nothing to Play With
If your doctor tells you that you need to follow a treatment plant to bring down your blood pressure numbers you had better be listening because this is a matter of life and death.
Hypertension is Just one Condition Treated through Telehealth
Effective delivery of primary health care requires considerably more communication and more frequent exchanges of information than the length of a typical office visit to a health care professional will permit.
Importance of Hepatitis C Screening for Baby Boomers
Hepatitis C claims more than 15,000 lives each year. Most of these people fall into the baby boomer generation, people who were born between 1945 and 1965.
Introduction to Telemedicine Practice
Telemedicine facilitates the delivery of health services for rural regions, and under ideal circumstances, it is useful for patient education and administrative meetings.
Asthma Patients Use Online Medical Consultation Services
Asthma is a chronic disease affecting the bronchioles (breathing passages of the lungs). It is caused by long term inflammation
Long Distance Doctors Replace Long Wait Times!
Does a trip to your doctor fill you up with dread? Sure - the medicinal, sterile odor of your local doctors office does very little to alleviate the nerves, but many patients suffer an anxiety that far surpasses fear of needles, or even the off-kilter measurements of the clunky, GP scale: its the fear of waiting. In the U.S, the average wait time for physicians is twenty-three minutes, yet most doctors see each patient for just under thirteen minutes. If you think about it, six doctor visits would be the equivalent of two hours of your life, just waiting for your appointment!