This article presents important information about three common health issues – incontinence, heavy periods, and digestive health – that women tend to discount as “minor,” and avoid talking about. Yet each of these issues can deeply affect not only a woman’s physical health, but her mental, personal and professional well-being as well.
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Health News: Focus on Making Your Health a Priority When Dealing with Chronic Idiopathic Constipation
(BPT) – Millions of adults in North America suffer from chronic constipation. It may be a hard topic to discuss with your doctor. Everyone’s body is different. One type of chronic constipation is chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC). Specifically, some of the characteristics for CIC are fewer than three bowel movements a week (in the absence of laxatives) with one or more of the following for at least six months: very hard stools, straining and feeling like your bowel is never completely empty. "Idiopathic" means the cause of constipation is unknown and not due to an underlying illness or medication.
Help Your Holiday Season Flow Easier: Senokot Tablets Can Provide Gentle Relief From Occasional Constipation
Each year, over four million Americans suffer from constipation, leading to 2.5 million visits to a physician’s office, and it is not uncommon for people to experience occasional constipation around the holidays. To help prevent an occurrence of constipation, this article presents helpful health tips from Michelle Dudash, registered dietitian nutritionist and author of the book, Clean Eating for Busy Families.
Black haw is a herb that is native to the southeastern part of North America. It is a small tree with a short, crooked trunk. When the bark of this shrub is mature it is reddish-brown and rough. This herb produces creamy-white flowers that form flat clusters during the spring.
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Brief description about Digestive, Circulatory, Excretory and Nervous of earthworm.