PRWeb Published 3:00 pm CDT, Thursday, June 13, 2019 Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb What Does Sciatica Mean and Why is it Often Misunderstood? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Interventional Pain Management Specialist Dr. Kaliq Chang with Atlantic Spine Center explains symptoms and treatment of widely misunderstood cause of back pain. WEST ORANGE, N.J. (PRWEB) June 13, 2019 Many people with back pain that radiates down their legs know they’re experiencing sciatica. But what does sciatica actually mean? The term itself is widely misunderstood and so are its treatments, according to Kaliq Chang, MD, double board-certified in interventional … [Read more...] about What Does Sciatica Mean and Why is it Often Misunderstood?
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By Chris Bianchi | [email protected] | WeatherNation TVPUBLISHED: April 27, 2019 at 5:00 am | UPDATED: April 27, 2019 at 6:06 am If you’re a regular flier, you’ve probably had a nervy flight — or 10 — coming in or out of Denver International Airport. Denver International Airport is regularly mentioned by pilots and passengers alike as one of the bumpiest airports to fly in and out of in America, if not the world. While hard statistics of this are hard to come by — plane turbulence is, after all, partially subjective — there are plenty of tangible reasons that these annoying, invisible air potholes happen more often above Colorado. While turbulence is a normal and generally non-dangerous part of air travel — since 1980, only three deaths have been attributed to plane turbulence — for many passengers, it’s also an unpleasant part of the reality of traveling. In more extreme cases — like a plane diversion into Denver in … [Read more...] about Why is it bumpy flying in and out of Denver International Airport?
Why are we talking about measles again? Isn’t that something from the past?Yes and no. Measles was declared eradicated two decades ago, but it continues to spread, and cases are way up this year over the number reported in 2018. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed a total of 387 cases of measles in 15 states in 2019. That’s already more than all the cases reported last year in just three months.RELATED: Measles count in U.S. this year already more than all of 2018Here’s what you need to know about measles in, gulp, 2019.Measles is an infection caused by a virus which can be especially dangerous for babies and children. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services describes it as “one of the most contagious diseases there is.” Measles is spread through through the air, meaning it can be passed with sneezes and coughs. The common symptoms of measles, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, include a … [Read more...] about What is measles and why is it surging in the U.S. now?
My boyfriend and I haven't been together long; it's only been eight months. I'm 21 and he's 27. We have a normal healthy relationship we get along great – but he doesn't want to get married or have kids. I don't want to get married yet; I'm 21 and still going to school. But I do know I want kids in the future. But he confirmed to me he will not have kids with me or anyone else. He doesn't like talking about the future, in general. I can't even plan something for next month. He likes living day by day, which makes me feel like I don't have any security about us. I just want to know if he sees a future with me like I see a future with him. He was engaged before and was with his ex for six years before they broke up. They were living together. We have talked about moving in, but he wants me to move in with him at his parents’ house first, to see is we can deal with each other before moving out on our own. But I can't help but feel like I'm being punished sometimes. He gave … [Read more...] about Is it too early to ask big questions?
Which supermarket in Spain is best? With so many different supermarkets to choose from in Spain, it’s not surprising that we got a wide variety of responses. There was, however, a clear winner, and it’s no shocker: Mercadona easily outstripped Carrefour and Lidl as respondents’ favorite place to buy groceries (you can probably hear the jingle in your head right now, can’t you?). A little background… Mercadona is a Spanish supermarket chain founded in 1977 in Valencia by the Roig family, who took the name from an Italian pasta company called ‘Mercadonna’. It has since become the Spanish leader with 24 pèrcent of the grocery store market, according to a study published in 2018 by EAE business school - indicating that The Local readers’ opinions are in line with the Spanish population’s. The company’s slogan, Siempre Precios Bajos (‘always low prices’) will sound eerily familiar to U.S. transplants. … [Read more...] about Readers’ tips: Which supermarket in Spain is the best to shop at?