Headaches are something we’ve all had the displeasure of dealing with at some point in our lives. In fact, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), it has been estimated that approximately half of the adult population has had at least one headache in the last year.
Find Out What Makes These “Super Humans” Tick and How You Can Become One, Too The word superager may sound like some otherworldly species based on comic book lore, but it is, in fact, an up-and-coming term that describes something close to a superpower: extraordinary mental capability in one’s golden years. Origin: The Super Back […]
The human brain is the epicenter of the central nervous system, which controls the body’s most vital tasks. Everything from movement of limbs and facial features to regulating bodily functions like breathing is sent as a message from some part of the brain. Comprised of billions of nerve cells that communicate with the body through […]
Is there a doctor in the house?
When the answer to that question is yes, it can make a world of difference. Such was the case for Robert Kinsey when his physician father-in-law Dr. Thomas Bellavia teamed up with Dr. Ciro Randazzo of IGEA Brain & Spine.
Biking, running, triathlons—Mike Weems does it all. But in 2011, his “all” was affected by back pain. An MRI revealed two herniated discs in his lower back. Fortunately, Weems found Dr. Adam Lipson of IGEA Brain & Spine.
For Roseann Zielinski, an anxiety attack turned out to be a good thing. In 2005, Zielinski was driving when she experienced her attack. She pulled her car over to the side of the road before passing out. An ambulance trip to the hospital and subsequent testing turned out to reveal something serious, despite the fact it had absolutely no connection to the anxiety attack or the fainting spell.
“If I can’t do it in high heels, I’m not interested!” That’s the signature quote of Nikki Haskell.
Haskell is renowned for her history of achievements, as well as that quote. In fact, it is the crowning line of her voluminous resume.
For Carmela Cortes, it all began on December 7, 2012, with a routine check-up at her primary care doctor. Cortes, who had always been healthy, was informed that her blood pressure was high. She told the doctor it was probably just her jittery nerves since she and her husband were having difficulties and seeing a therapist.
Ten days later, the room began to spin at home…
‘Tis the season for giving and giving back, especially to those who have suffered a brain injury. Depending on the type and severity, a brain injury can affect a person’s overall brain function, quality of life and ability to live independently. No person or family is ever prepared to comprehend the full magnitude of life changes a brain injury can present.
We have known since the retirement of the cigarette icon, the Marlboro Man, that smoking is linked to serious health consequences. Among them is stroke. Now, two new studies from Finland show concrete evidence that the campaign to discourage smoking has radically impacted the most serious type of stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).