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.


Eating Away At You: How To Help A Loved One By Treating Food Addiction As Substance Abuse

30 June 2016
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One major form of substance abuse that does not receive as much attention nor treatment is food addiction. For some, the line between loving food and having a food addiction can be a thin one. If you have a family member who talks, thinks, and indulges in food to the point that it is beginning to affect the rest of their life and health, they may need to enter a treatment program in order to get well again. Read More …

Tips For Helping Children On The Spectrum Overcome Low Muscle Tone

22 June 2016
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Muscle tone problems are common for kids with developmental disorders like autism and autism spectrum disorders. Some of the most common issues include things like loose muscles, poor gross motor skills and a lack of resistance in the muscles. This makes daily tasks hard, increasing fatigue and struggles. Here are a few things that you can do to help your child improve his or her muscle tone and reinforce the skills that will be taught through physical therapy. Read More …

Improving Treatments For Ovarian Cancer: What You Should Know

13 June 2016
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If you have recently been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or you have been fighting it for a while, you may find yourself wondering what treatment options are effective and available to you. Because ovarian cancer is often not diagnosed until it is in the late stages, it can sometimes be a difficult cancer to treat. However, doctors and researchers are constantly striving to develop new treatments for ovarian cancer as well as to improve the results of current treatment options. Read More …

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 …