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May 14th, 2019

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that supports and stabilizes the pelvis and spine, supports organs, aids in control of bladder and bowel functions, and helps with sexual functions. There is a common misconception that only women can suffer from pelvic health issues, yet men may also experience pelvic floor dysfunction over time.… Read More

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May 14th, 2019

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Weigh your option carefully when treating back pain

May 14th, 2019

Health News from Harvard Medical School   Whether this is your first round of back pain or your fifth, it’s always important to check in with your doctor. There are many ways to deal with low back pain — and the choices range from waiting it out to surgery.   And before you can get… Read More

General ways to improve sleep

May 14th, 2019

Health News from Harvard Medical School   Many things can interfere with sleep, ranging from anxiety to an unusual work schedule. People who have difficulty sleeping often discover that their daily routine holds the key to nighttime woes.   First-line strategies Before we examine specific sleep problems, it makes sense to address some common enemies… Read More

What is addiction?

May 14th, 2019

By Howard J. Shaffer, PhD Health News from Harvard Medical School   Many people consider addiction to be a problem of personal weakness, initiated for self-gratification and continued because of an unwillingness or lack of sufficient willpower to stop.   However, within the medical and scientific communities, the notion that pleasure-seeking exclusively drives addiction has… Read More