To Your Health
More than five million people in the U.S. are living with a hernia and about 30% of adults will develop a hernia during their lifetime. It is estimated that thousands of people avoid seeking help for a hernia because they fear a painful, long recovery. However, hernia specialists trained in minimally invasive techniques can make hernia treatment relatively quick and painless.
In early spring of 2012, Jacob was taking care of some yard work when he suddenly noticed his right ear felt clogged. As a lifelong guitar player and music enthusiast, the sensation was annoying, but he did not think much of it at the time. For the following three weeks, he assumed he simply had a sinus issue and he tried to take care of it at home.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is extremely common. Many studies indicate that up to 20% of American adult individuals may suffer from IBS, although this condition does not discriminate against age or race, it does tend to be more common in women than in men...