At the same time, young black adults see a decline in death rates.
And doctors don't know why.
Just something to consider.
As we left the house the morning sky was lit with rich subtle oranges and yellows that only the sunrise brings and both of
Have you noticed that people who work in the medical field are getting younger all the time? All the people my age or older must have retired and now their children and grandchildren are taking their place.
(Reuters Health) - Two years after offering colonoscopy patients full coverage for their screening if they had it done at
Through all of this, I have learned a lot about how to deal with myself and live every day having UC, often feeling sick. There's no easier way to put it. But it is what it is, and we're the chosen ones who have to live with it. I have some tips below, that I've found necessary for living with UC each day. I hope remission finds you!
In December of 2014, I went into the hospital for my final surgery. When I woke up, my colostomy bag was gone, and I was on the road to recovery. It's funny -- the little things. The little things sometimes teach us the biggest lessons in life.