The Benefits Of Routine Nutrition Counseling After Weight Loss Surgery

After you have weight loss surgery (WLS), you may see a nutritionist to help you adapt to changes in the foods you can consume. Many people stop seeing their nutritionist within a year after WLS, which can be detrimental to their progress and maintenance. There are major benefits to routinely seeing a nutritionist along your WLS journey. Manage Nutrient Issues  Regardless of the WLS you have, there is always a risk of developing nutrient deficiencies, especially if you have a procedure that involves malabsorption. [Read More]

Signs You Have An Ovarian Cyst That Burst And What You Should Do About It

One of the many health problems that you may have to deal with as a woman in your life is the issue of having ovarian cysts. Whether you are diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), or you just have a single cyst on one of your ovaries, ovarian cysts do happen, and they happen often. While ovarian cysts are often nothing to worry about and cause little to no pain, there is an exception. [Read More]

Five Mistakes You Need To Avoid When You Choose A Pediatrician

Choosing a pediatrician for your child is an important parenting decision that will have a significant impact on your child's early life. It's important to choose a pediatrician who both you and your child will be comfortable with. It's also important to make sure that the services your pediatrician provides will be affordable for you and ensure your child's health. The following are five mistakes you need to avoid to make the best possible decision when choosing a pediatrician. [Read More]

Stay On The Road To Recovery: 3 Steps To Help You Avoid A Relapse This Summer

Summer is officially in full-swing. It's finally time to get out and have some fun with your family and friends. If you're a recovering alcoholic, it's also time to start worrying about relapses. That's because so many people will be planning parties and backyard barbecues. Being a recovering alcoholic doesn't mean you need to stay confined to your home during the summer. It just means that you need to take some extra precautions to avoid a relapse. [Read More]