Recent news about a superbug has some health professionals and researchers worried. Let us elaborate. A Pennsylvania woman, 49, was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection recently; UTIs are very common. However, after a lab analysis to find the responsible germ, it was discovered that her urine contained a bacteria that can survive colistin, a “last resort” antibiotic, which, up until now has effectively killed dangerous superbugs.
These days, many people are attempting to lead pain-free lives marked by profound health. However, some individuals cannot accomplish this objective, because they continually find themselves plagued with back pain.
Eye strain is a very common problem. People who spend all day working at the computer are at a greater risk for developing tired eyes or stressed eyes. Left/right eye twitching, physical fatigue and increased work errors are some of the signs of eye strain. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do in order to reduce eye strain.
For someone who is otherwise free of existing health complications, picking the right exercise plan will largely revolve around whether or not you enjoy that particular style enough to maintain consistency and change your habits permanently.
Not so long ago, the only way to ensure an accurate prenatal diagnosis of an unborn child was by risky procedures, such as an amniocentesis, done in the late first trimester to early second trimester, and involved inserting a needle through the abdomen into the uterus to withdraw amniotic fluid for testing.
Alzheimer’s is a progressive form of dementia that affects more than five million Americans. Dementia is characterized by a loss of memory and other intellectual abilities that can be severe enough to impact daily life and functioning. Approximately 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases are attributed to Alzheimer’s disease. This makes Alzheimer’s the most common form of dementia.