Hernias are a common problem, and you probably know someone who has one. But did you know there are different kinds? Take a moment to learn more about the various types of hernias and how to recognize the signs.
No one wants to think about cancer, but knowing your risks of colon cancer can help with early detection, which also increases your chance of successful treatment. Learn more about the factors that can influence your risk of developing colon cancer.
Do you have pain or itching around your anus? Have you noticed a painful lump or swelling in that area? You could have hemorrhoids. How do hemorrhoids develop? And more importantly, how can you find relief from your symptoms?
Looking for an effective medical treatment that doesn’t require surgery or come with lengthy downtimes? Hyperbaric oxygen therapy uses the power of pure oxygen to treat numerous health conditions, from anemia to cancer. Here’s how.
No one likes to think too much about what’s going on “down behind” until there’s a problem. Anal issues can make life miserable, but often the fix can be as simple as a diet change. Find out how fiber can change your life for the better.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is most widely known for its ability to treat “the bends,” a decompression condition that can affect scuba divers. But did you know it can also help fight some forms of cancer? Take a few moments to find out more.
Your doctor said you had diverticulosis. Or was it diverticulitis? Now you can’t remember, and your web searches confuse you even more. Should you be worried? Do you need treatment? Or just some more information?
Having your gallbladder removed offers immediate relief from uncomfortable symptoms, like back pain. Your digestive issues can linger for a short period, however. Learn how to manage them as your body adjusts to not having a gallbladder.
For most people with an inguinal hernia, surgery is an unbeatable solution that provides lasting benefits. Find out what it might mean if your groin pain persists after surgery, and what you may be able to do to find long-term relief.