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Illness & Conditions Jaci's Story: Changing her Life With Small Steps 03/12/2014 ()
Jaci's Story: Changing her Life With Small Steps Topic Contents Jaci's story Credits Jaci's Story: Changing her Life With Small Steps Jaci's story Whatever you do, don't tell Jaci that you can tell she's been on a diet. The 30-year-old mother of two feels strongly that losing 65 pounds over 4 years was the result of permanent lifestyle changes—not dieting. "I actually get mad at people when they say, 'You've been on a diet.' I'm not on a diet. I've never been on a diet.
Illness & Conditions Jack's Story: Will I Need Surgery? 06/04/2014 ()
Jack's Story: Will I Need Surgery? Topic Contents Jack's story Credits Jack's Story: Will I Need Surgery? Jack's story Jack remembers it well—and not in a good way. "I'll never forget the first time I had back pain. I couldn’t move. I had to crawl to the car and push and pull myself into the seat. The drive to the doctor’s was hard. The pain was unreal." When Jack got to his doctor’s office, he had questions.
Illness & Conditions Jackson-Weiss Syndrome  ()
Illness & Conditions Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia  ()
Illness & Conditions Jarcho-Levin Syndrome  ()
Illness & Conditions Jaundice in Newborns (Hyperbilirubinemia) 04/19/2013 ()
Jaundice in Newborns (Hyperbilirubinemia) Topic Contents Topic Overview Other Places To Get Help Related Information References Credits Jaundice in Newborns (Hyperbilirubinemia) Topic Overview What is jaundice in newborns? Jaundice is a yellow tint to a newborn's skin and the white part of the eyes. It is a sign that there's too much bilirubin in the baby's blood. The word for having too much bilirubin in the blood is hyperbilirubinemia (say "hy-per-bil-ih-roo-bih-NEE-mee-uh").
Illness & Conditions Jaw Problems: Changing Your Diet 03/12/2014 ()
Jaw Problems: Changing Your Diet Topic Contents Topic Overview Related Information Credits Jaw Problems: Changing Your Diet Topic Overview Changes in your diet can reduce the mechanical stress on your temporomandibular (TM) joint and may help relieve your jaw pain. Avoid hard or chewy foods (such as popcorn, jerky, tough meats, chewy breads, gum, and raw apples and carrots) that cause your jaws to work overtime.
Illness & Conditions Jaw Problems: Exercise and Relaxation 03/12/2014 ()
Jaw Problems: Exercise and Relaxation Topic Contents Topic Overview Related Information Credits Jaw Problems: Exercise and Relaxation Topic Overview To help prevent or treat a temporomandibular disorder (TMD) , you can try gentle jaw exercises. You can also try techniques that help you relax your jaw muscles. Exercise Try a gentle exercise to restore normal range of motion, improve flexibility, and strengthen the jaw muscles.
Illness & Conditions Jaw Problems: Managing Stress 03/12/2014 ()
Jaw Problems: Managing Stress Topic Contents Topic Overview Related Information Credits Jaw Problems: Managing Stress Topic Overview There is a strong relationship between stress, muscle tension, and temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) . An overstressed mind can lead to an overstressed body. Excessive tension in your jaw muscles can force your jaw joint to move in an unnatural manner.
Illness & Conditions Jaw Problems: Structural Problems and Injury 03/12/2014 ()
Jaw Problems: Structural Problems and Injury Topic Contents Topic Overview Related Information Credits Jaw Problems: Structural Problems and Injury Topic Overview Problems in the structure of the jaw joint include: Problems in the bones or other structures of the joint. These may have been present since birth (congenital), developed over time, or been caused by injury.
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