Three Things You May Not Know About Plastic Surgery

As women get older, they often have less confidence in their appearance because their body has changed. If you notice that you do not feel as attractive as you once did when you look in the mirror, consider meeting with a plastic surgeon to learn about the options that are available to you. The guide below walks you through a few things you may not know about breast lift surgery: Read More 

Preparing For Your First Physical Therapy Appointment: Three Things To Know

Doctors can recommend physical therapy for a number of reasons, from helping with mobility to recovering from surgery. If you've never gone to physical therapy before, there are a few things you may want to do to prepare. This can help you to know what to expect from the appointment and help you to feel more comfortable while you are there. Here are some things to keep in mind as you prepare for physical therapy. Read More 

Why Is Neck Pain So Common In The Early Stages Of Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is packed full of bodily changes for the woman carrying a child, but some of them are more surprising to new mothers-to-be than others. You're likely well-prepared for the unpleasantness of morning sickness and sore feet, but did you know that neck pain and stiffness is one of the most common complaints in the first trimester? Find out why neck pain is such a common and normal problem for pregnant women in the first trimester and the rest of pregnancy. Read More 

Understanding A Few Childhood Anxiety Disorders

If you have always described your child as "high-strung," then they may simply worry a bit more than other children. While this may be true, your son or daughter may also have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are not particularly common in children, but they can be extremely devastating to your child's academic and social progress, so it is best to have your child evaluated for issues as soon as you notice a potential problem. Read More 

After The Delivery: What To Expect During Your Post-Natal Hospital Stay

You've spent months preparing for the day to bring your baby home from the hospital, but many first-time moms do not know what to expect about their hospital stay after the baby comes. There are a few things you should know about the hospital stay to make you feel more prepared as you write your birth plan.  Your baby can stay with you. In movies and other film depictions of hospital birth, family and friends visit the nursery with a big viewing window to look at all the babies. Read More