Tag Archives: Women’s Health

Osteoporosis: What What Women Need To Know

Bones are living organisms that build and break down, but when the body loses more bone than it makes, problems can arise. Early detection and treatment can help those with bone loss maintain active lifestyles. Dr. Ejigayehu Abate, a Mayo Clinic endocrinologist, explains what women should know about osteoporosis.

Diagnosis: The Early Signs Of Pancreatic Cancer

Dermatitis: Symptoms & Treatment Of Eczema

Atopic dermatitis is a sensitivity disease of the skin, similar to asthma in the lungs, hay fever in the sinuses and food allergies in the gut. It’s a chronic condition and tends to flare periodically. The symptoms vary. Adult eczema often occurs in patches on areas of the body prone to friction or sweat. If those self-care steps don’t help, your dermatologist may prescribe topical or oral medications, or other therapies.

Diagnosis: Warning Signs Of Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancers in the United States and about 7% of all cancer deaths. Because it’s hard to detect early, it’s important to recognize any symptoms that occur. Find out what to look for and when you should talk to your provider with this helpful video from Cleveland Clinic.

Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:28 What is pancreatic cancer? 0:58 What are the warning signs of pancreatic cancer? 2:46 When to talk with your healthcare provider about symptoms of pancreatic cancer

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Wearable Monitors: Heart Rate Variability Tracking

Knee Osteoarthritis: New Study Shows Telehealth Visit Benefits (Harvard)

Nervous System: Multiple Sclerosis Explained (Mayo)

Learning about multiple sclerosis can be intimidating. Let our experts walk you through the facts, the questions, and the answers to help you better understand this condition.  

 Video timeline: 0:24 What is multiple sclerosis?   1:15 Types of multiple sclerosis 1:29 Who gets multiple sclerosis/risk factors?    3:11 Multiple sclerosis symptoms 3:40 How is multiple sclerosis diagnosed? 4:39 Treatment options    5:29 Coping methods/ What now?   6:23 Ending     

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Dementia: Age-Related Eye Diseases Increase Risks