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Making Health Care Clinics More Comfortable For Your Kids

A few months ago, I started thinking about the fact that I hadn't taken my kids to the doctor in a long time. I realized that I was late on a few of my son's checkups, so I made him an appointment with our family doctor. Unfortunately, since my son didn't know the doctor, he was pretty uncomfortable during the appointment. I had to figure out how to make my son comfortable and happy during the visit, which was a real challenge. This blog is all about making health care clinics as comfortable and happy as possible. Check out these articles to find out more.


Three Hour Three Step Guide To Household Management When Someone Needs Immediate Care

15 April 2016
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There is nothing like a sudden illness or an accident to throw your household into a tailspin. If someone gets sick and needs immediate care from a healthcare clinic, you will need to make calls and arrangements within a short amount of time. Here is a quick guide on how to take care of business when someone needs to go to the hospital and you are in charge.  Immediately after discovering the illness: Drop the kids off at the quickest place Read More …

Career Opportunities In Neonatology: Options You Should Know About

13 April 2016
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If you have always been interested in going into the medical field and want to make a major difference in people's lives, you may be considering work in the neonatal field. The NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) is the area of a hospital in which babies that are born premature and have accompanying health issues and complications receive specialized care and monitoring. Helping these vulnerable infants and their parents can be a challenging and yet fulfilling career path. Read More …

What You Should Know About Thyroid Nodules

11 April 2016
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Thyroid nodules are small masses or growths that develop on the thyroid gland. They frequently develop in patients with autoimmune thyroid disease and thyroid cancer. In many cases, they are small enough that they don't interfere with your swallowing or cause any pain. However, despite their common presence, your doctor will likely recommend that you have other testing done. Here's a look at what you should know about that nodule. Read More …