Making Health Care Clinics More Comfortable For Your Kids

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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.

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Providing Care For Someone Undergoing Radiation Therapy

6 June 2016
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For any person going through radiation therapy, care from close friends and family plays a vital role in the success of their treatment. Having a support system to rely on allows them to focus solely on their healing. If you've made the decision to care for a loved one undergoing this treatment, you've made an excellent choice. Make sure you know what to expect and what precautions you need to take. Read More …

Three Ways To Reduce Your Child’s Mold Exposure At Home

2 June 2016
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Mold spores are ubiquitous, so living with a mold allergy can be difficult. Children with mold allergies suffer from nasal symptoms like a runny nose or congestion, as well as ocular symptoms like itchy eyes or conjunctivitis (pink eye). These symptoms can be present year-round, but reducing your child's mold exposure can help to keep the symptoms under control. Here are three ways to reduce your child's mold exposure at home. Read More …

Faqs About Low Amniotic Fluid

27 May 2016
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The amniotic fluid that surrounds your baby in the womb is important to his or her development. When the fluid is low, medical intervention might be necessary. If you have been diagnosed with having low amniotic fluid, here is what you need to know.  What Are the Signs? If you have oligohydramnios, or low amniotic fluid, you might notice fluid leaking from your vagina. Other signs, such as slow development of your baby and your lack of weight gain, might also cause your OB/GYN to suspect you have low amniotic fluid. Read More …

Why You Should Choose A Robotic Knee Surgery

16 May 2016
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If you need a knee replacement, then you may have some concerns about things like long recovery times, pain, and poor knee performance after the operation. These are valid concerns, but you should not put off your operation for too long or pain will increase as the joint deteriorates. Instead, opt for a robotic knee replacement surgery. This type of procedure has many benefits over a traditional one. Keep reading to understand a few reasons why you should pick the procedure. Read More …

4 Signs That Your Child Might Have ADHD

19 April 2016
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Studies show that a whopping 6.4 million children aged 4 to 17 deal with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. While both children and adults deal with this disorder, you need to be sure that you are able to get an early diagnosis for your child, since these are the most formative years of their lives. By having this information in front of you, you'll be able to cater to their learning style and find them the help that they need to grow and develop in a normal way. Read More …