Web Toolbar by Wibiya
 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

AN HOUR AGO Crushing on the cutie that asked you out in June? Make sparks fly *this* school year: http://t.co/CwXiu6Nmin pic.twitter.com/3qlcXEzLyy

1 HOURS AGO We're breaking down the 15 hilarious stages of back-to-school shopping: http://t.co/HQUcTwQcN9 pic.twitter.com/fts2ErYkbE

3 HOURS AGO Pulled a muscle? This can help: http://t.co/qqjX7vuWnY pic.twitter.com/hxeEHPkgyO

 

sponsored links

I think I might have appendicitis

 

An organ with not much purpose sure can cause a lot of pain. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, one in 500 people comes down with appendicitis each year. “The pain is centered in the right, lower part of the abdomen. It’s associated with a slight fever, nausea and loss of appetite,” says Dr. Philip Schoenfeld. Other stomach problems tend to get better and go away—appendicitis doesn’t. If the pain continues for longer than six to 12 hours, or if you experience recurrent or acute severe belly pain, contact a physician—pronto! Appendicitis is nothing to mess with—it can cause the appendix to rupture or result in an infection. Surgery is necessary, but appendectomies are common.

BY GL ON 5/21/2008 8:59:00 AM

< PREVIOUS   NEXT >   
comments powered by Disqus
There are dozens of fitness apps that you can download to your phone for instant access to workout routines.
 
 
Would you ever tell your BGF you had feelings for him?


 
 
X

Sex on TV leads to teen pregnancy

*Win* a trip to meet R5's Rydel Lynch!

 

Want to rock your life this year? Check out Rydel's new guide to fashion, fitness, friends, fun (and everything else!) and CLICK HERE for your chance to meet her.

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links