What are the factors that can interfere with Levothyroxine absorption? Should you ingest it before breakfast? Should you eat cheese with it or avoid it? What about drugs that can impact its absorption? In this article, we strive to answer these questions.
Expectorants make you cough more, which actually is a good thing. Can expectorants treat your flu or cold and what are some natural alternatives?
Gum disease is a common condition that can lead to receding gums. Receding gums may cause painful or sensitive teeth but there are many ways you can identify their underlying cause and address resulting discomfort and improve your quality of life.
Some patients who suffer from hypothyroidism decide to experiment with dietary supplements to ease their symptoms. In this article we explore seven crucial nutrients that help treat your underactive thyroid.
Many Parkinson's disease patients come to struggle to swallow as their condition progresses, something known as dysphagia. What can you do to make it easier?
Gum disease is common in adults over 30. There are many signs of the different stages of gum disease and a change in tooth position in the mouth or partial denture fit may be an indication of the presence of gum disease that you need to look out for.
These six body-based alternative therapies are safe for Parkinson's disease patients — and have research to suggest they actually work backing them up. Which one do you fancy?
Many people with Parkinson's disease suffer from low blood pressure, especially associated with postural changes. What can you do to fight this common but potentially dangerous problem?
Medicines are designed to make you feel better but may come with side effects. Side effects include gyngival hyperplasia (swelling) and xerostomia (dry mouth). There are several medications that cause gum swelling and many others that lead to dry mouth.
Should levothyroxine dose be individualized on the basis of clinical response and biochemical tests? What if a woman gets pregnant? What if you encounter heart problems or have to take medications for other medical conditions?