Fibromyalgia (FM) is a mysterious disorder, the underlying causes of which are not very clearly understood. Unfortunately, it is quite common, especially among women aged 20 to 50. Individuals affected by the disease experience long-term, widespread pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. The condition has been
“The Anti-Inflammation Diet” The anti-inflammation diet may have an imposing name, but it goes down easy. Mediterranean and traditional Japanese foods lead the pack in inflammation-lowering eating plans. They provide plenty of tasty options for the culinary minded, the casual cook and the restaurant eater, too. Inflammation is a normal immune-system response
According to an article recently published on Spec.com, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can help with more than just symptoms of menopause. It’s estimated that one in two women will suffer from an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime. Fortunately, experts say BHRT can help and recommend bioidentical hormone therapy for women age 50 and older, to improve bone density and help prevent future bone loss. In addition to getting plenty of exercise and adequate calcium and vitamin D, BHRT can reduce a woman’s osteoporosis risk by up to 70 percent.