Test Your Child's Skin To Gauge Poison Oak Allergies Before A Move To The Country

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The big city has let you down one last time, and you're ready to move to the country to raise your family and pursue a great career. This move could protect your family in many ways but also exposes them to new problems such as poison oak. Thankfully, allergy skin tests can help them avoid serious problems.  Your Children May Be Exposed to Poison Oak After a Move Moving to a new rural area can provide you and your children with a variety of unique benefits.

7 May 2019

How Physical Therapy Can Help Stroke Patients Recover

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If your aging loved one has suffered a stroke, he or she may have limited mobility on one or both sides of the body. While certain physical deficits may be permanent after a stroke, physical therapy may help the patient regain use and sensation of the affected body parts. Here are some ways physical therapy may help your loved one recover after a stroke, and why it is an essential component of a stroke therapeutic plan of care.

15 March 2019

Signs of Alcoholism You May Not Be Aware Of

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If you have a friend or family member that you suspect has an alcohol problem, but you aren't exactly sure if they have a problem or are just a social drinker, there are signs you can look out for. Some alcoholics hide their alcoholism well, even avoiding certain people, certain situations, or the topic of addiction, which may make it difficult to tell if someone has an issue. Read on for alcoholism signs to watch for.

6 February 2019

How A Structured Meal Plan Helps You Stick To A New Diet

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There's so much conflicting information about weight loss that you may not know how to get started on a diet. What's worse, you may continually switch plans from a low carb to vegan to something else and always feel deprived but not make progress toward your goal. One solution is to go to a weight management clinic where your meal plans are designed for you so you don't have to make tough decisions.

15 December 2018

Do You Plan The CPR Training For Your School District's Athletics Department? Three Tips To Help Coaches Retain What They Learn

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Athletic coaches play a huge role in helping to keep young athletes safe. While your coaches always strive to implement critical safety practices, such as encouraging the kids to wear their gear, the truth is that an emergency health crisis could happen at any time. Often, coaches are at the front of the line when it comes to being available to provide critical first aid services when a kid on the field gets hurt.

28 November 2018

Important Food Allergy Information

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Do you become fearful while consuming certain foods because of how your body reacts to them? Have you ever been tested for food allergies to pinpoint why your body is unable to tolerate certain foods? Food allergies can be fatal in some cases, so it is every important to find out if you are allergic to anything that needs to be avoided. You might need to undergo treatment for food allergies if you happen to get diagnosed and your complications are serious enough.

9 October 2018

Home Care Tips After A Tracheostomy

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If you have had a tracheostomy tube installed at a hospital, you are undoubtedly aware that you will need to take care of yourself when you get home. Routine cleaning is a part of tracheostomy care, and you must take the time to do it properly to ensure that your health is not compromised. Here are some cleaning tips that will help you with tracheostomy care. Cleaning Your Tracheostomy Tube

12 September 2018