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New Early Clue to Autism

Babies that don't respond to their names by age 1 likely have a developmental abnormality -- perhaps even autism, a MIND Institute study shows....More...

How to Relieve a Pregnant Woman's Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatic nerve pain is a vexing problem for pregnant women, which happens when the fetus causes pressure to the sciatic nerve - the largest nerve in the body - causing severe pain in the legs. The sciatic nerve is what allows for sensory and motor function in the legs, and it runs under the uterus ne...More...

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)-When To Call a Doctor

Some of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) are similar to those of many other illnesses. See your doctor if over a period of time you have more than one symptom, such as: Blurry, foggy, or hazy vision, eyeball pain, loss of vision, or double vision....More...

Ears to Blame for Falls?

More than a third of older adults may unknowingly have an inner ear balance disorder that puts them at high risk of potentially disabling falls....More...

Training Dogs to Detect Seizures

Learning how to train a seizure dog can be very beneficial for those people who have epilepsy. Much like dogs can sense an oncoming storm, a dog can also be trained to sense when a person with epilepsy will have a seizure. A person with epilepsy has the potential to become seriously injured or even ...More...

Parenting With MS

WebMD explains how multiple sclerosis doesn't have to get in the way of being a great parent....More...

Home Remedies for Diabetic Nerve Pain

Diabetic nerve pain, known also as neuropathy, is a degenerative condition that causes pain and burning as well as muscle fatigue. Diabetic neuropathy can be treated by focusing on the underlying condition of diabetes as well as pain management. There are several home remedies available to the patie...More...

Dementia: Helping a Person Avoid Confusion-Topic Overview

People who have Alzheimer's disease or another dementia are sometimes easily confused and may forget where they are,what day it is,and other common facts. The following tips will help avoid confusion. Use familiar objects,such as a favorite chair or photographs,to help the person recognize ......More...