Thanks to imaging tests such as X-rays, CT (computed tomography) scans, and mammograms, these procedures have saved countless lives and significantly increase a physician’s ability to accurately diagnosis, stage, and treat conditions that in years past would have gone undetected.
Dry mouth actually has a name – xerostomia. Having sufficient moisture or saliva in the mouth is necessary to help cleanse the mouth helping to neutralize acids produced by plaque and for washing away dead cells that accumulate on the tongue, gums, and cheeks.
No one likes being sick. The sooner a doctor can make us well again, the better. It is not surprising that to return to normal as soon as possible, most of us want to find relief in the form of a pill. The pill we often request is an antibiotic.
The key is to work at keeping your hip flexors healthy everyday by making important lifestyle changes. This can make a world of difference in keeping and maintaining your range of motion in your hips before it’s too late.
Over two-thirds of the human body is water, most of it contained inside cells. About 20 percent of the fluid in the body is “interstitial,” a Latin word combining “inter,” or “between,” and “sister,” or “to place” – literally, “between the other places.”
About 10 percent of people in the U.S. will experience an open sore in the lining of their gastrointestinal tract known as an ulcer. An ulcer can occur in the upper portion of the small intestine (duodenal ulcer), the stomach (gastric ulcer), and the esophagus (esophageal ulcer).