Debunking the More Common Myths About Shingles
You'd think that with millions and millions of people dealing with shingles over the last few decades we do have a firm grip on the realities of this medical condition, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Dont Underestimate the Severity and Danger Associated with Shingles
Too terribly many people out there in our modern world today associate shingles with nothing more than those unsightly red spots of irritation on a persons skin and nothing more. Assuming that shingles are a skin condition that will almost always clear up on its own, very few seek out at the medical attention or even medical advice provided by doctors
How to Identify, Treat, and Move Past Living with Herpes
The general population has become almost medical experts on the topic of herpes, if for no other reason than so many of us are living with this viral infection on a regular basis.
Hypertension is a Silent Killer
With all of the play that healthy living, responsible eating, and fitness and exercise lifestyles have been getting in our modern world, its really amazing to see that so few people are talking about the real dangers that hypertension brings to the table.
Is Shingles On the Rise?
One of those lesser known medical conditions that has a nasty habit of flaring up from time to time, the truth of the matter is that many medical professionals and a whole host of online believe that the rate of shingles incidents are on the rise.
Latest News and Research Concerning Hypertension 2013
Hypertension is the medical term for elevated blood pressure. Blood pressure measures the force exerted against the arterial walls while the heart is pumping blood throughout the entire body.
Latest News and Research Concerning Shingles in 2013
Shingles, a painful rash, is caused by the herpes zoster virus. This is the same virus that causes chickenpox.
Latest Research on Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very common medical condition where a male is not able to obtain and/or sustain an erection long enough to have successful sexual intercourse.
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.