Becoming a Woman - Mouth and Teeth and Things That Can Go Wrong
Proper dental care is essential to maintaining healthy teeth and avoiding tooth decay and gum disease. A good diet, brushing and flossing after eating, and regular dental checkups are all necessary in taking good care of your teeth. Some common mouth and dental diseases and conditions are listed...
Abortion: the medical term for miscarriage. The various types include: Complete abortion: A miscarriage in which all of the products of conception have been expelled and the cervix is closed. Habitual abortion: A miscarriage occurring on two or more separate occasions. Incomplete abortion: A... Understanding Breast Changes: A Health Guide for All Women
Introduction Breast cancer is hard to ignore. It is the most common form of cancer among American women, and almost everyone knows at least one person who has been treated for it. Understandably, women are concerned about getting breast cancer, and this concern prompts them to watch for breast... Finding Out What's Wrong -- The Basic Medical Tests
In order to understand why pregnancy doesn't occur, we need to examine the four critical areas which are needed to make a baby - eggs, sperm, fallopian tubes and the uterus. The tests, which often seem endless, will actually fall into one of these areas. In 40% of cases, the problem will be with...
Science for geezers, 2
February 24, 2007, 3:55 am
Continued from here where we've been talking science stuff ...
While we're thinking and learning, how about pondering this for a while?
Researchers have been able to "decode" secret intentions ... those hidden thoughts that may or may not come true ... by looking at brain activity.
It... One More For 2007
December 31, 2007, 9:26 am
I have one last blog to post for 2007. I thought I’d scour back through my end-of-the-year postings for 2006 (our year of infamy) to enable myself to reflect on what’s different and what’s the same.
Well, I’d like to report that 2007 was incredibly easier than 2006…but that’s not necessarily... How to Recognize Delayed Puberty
May 10, 2007, 5:36 am
“Puberty is considered delayed (delayed puberty ) if it hasn't occurred by the age of 13 years in girls and 14 years in boys.” If you suspect your child has missed puberty, and you are lucky enough to have access to your child’s birth family, then ask them when family members experienced...