Symptoms and Signs of Panic Attacks

Anxiety and Panic Attacks – What Are They? It is estimated that 1 in 10 people will have an isolated panic or anxiety attack in any given year. 1 in 75 will experience panic disorder – that is, a sequence of two more panic or anxiety attacks over time (US Surgeon General's Report 1999). When…

ECG Rhythms

ECG is an abbreviation for an electrocardiograph. An ECG records the heart's electrical activity as a graph or a series of wavy lines on a moving strip of paper. It provides information on a patient's heart rate and rhythm and blood flow. It is used to diagnose medical problems such as a heart attack or…

Why Do Bright Children Get Into Trouble?

Why do bright children make poor decisions and get into trouble? In my Speech Pathology practice I frequently meet children who are brought along because they are not achieving their potential at school. They have often had psychology assessments that have shown that they are bright kids. But in real life they are just not…

Protecting Penis Skin From Free Radicals

Healthy, good looking penis skin is not only a sign of penis health, it also is one of the key attractors that can make a partner appreciate a penis and want to get to know it better. That’s why taking excellent care of penis skin should be on every man’s care regimen. And that’s also…

Depression After A Heart Attack

There are several factors that can lead to depression after heart attack. The stress of being in the hospital, the fear of another heart attack, time away from work can all contribute to feeling depressed, helpless, down and despondent. Do many people suffer depression after heart attack? Not surprisingly, the answer to this question is…

Is There a Correlation Between Cell Phones and Brain Tumors?

There have been many studies conducted that indicate that there could be a correlation between cell phones and brain tumors. As a matter of fact, these studies actually lead medical professionals and other types of specialists to believe that there is, in fact, a relationship between the development of brain tumors and frequent phone use.…

Red Penis Woes: 7 Causes and How to Deal

A red penis is generally not a happy penis. When the penis isn’t erect, penile redness can be quite painful. In addition to discoloration and pain, this delicate skin can be sore to the touch or inflamed or swollen; or rash, patches, or sores may appear, making matters worse. Some causes of penile redness are…

Five Sore Penis Causes and Ways to Prevent Them

According to pretty much every man in the world, there is no pain like the pain possible from a sore penis. It can be distracting, make a man extra sensitive and emotional, and can cause things like lost sleep, difficulty walking, and a sabbatical from all kinds of activities. Thankfully, a sore penis is a…

Penis Discoloration: 7 Causes and How to Cope

There’s nothing quite like the confusion a man feels when he looks down at his penis and sees it’s discolored. Not only is it aesthetically jarring, but also can be a cause for anxiety. Whether the penis in question is purple, deep red, spotty, or develops peeling and sores, it’s a cause for concern and…