Hemiplegic migraines (HM) can affect your entire body and cause startling symptoms. There are a lot of factors to consider when managing and diagnosing HM and it is important to consult your provider with any concerns.
Febrile seizures can be a very scary and alarming experience, especially since they can occur so unexpectedly and to very young children. While a child may very well outgrow febrile seizures by the time they reach 6 years of age, the fear of damage caused by such events is always a concern.
Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome is a rare food allergy. It affects mostly infants and children. While the condition is rare and difficult to diagnose, you should always consult a provider if you suspect any problems in your child’s health.
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. While only 4% of skin cancers are melanoma, the disease accounts for about 75% of all skin cancer deaths and the American Cancer Society estimates that 73,870 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed in the U.S. this year.
May is National Arthritis Month – a month-long focus intended to increase public attention of Arthritis and rheumatic diseases. Join the national awareness by educating your patients about Arthritis. This resource will provide information on the national scope of Arthritis, some of its most common forms, tips on prevention and disease management and how patients and others can get involved in raising awareness.
Repeated TBI Can Cause Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a Degenerative and Irreversible Brain Disease Severe head injuries cause swelling of the brain. Unlike other areas of the body that can expand with swelling, the protective nature of the skull prevents the brain from expanding,