4 Tips To Ensure You Have A Healthy Pregnancy
8 December 2017
Regardless of whether you plan to have your baby in a hospital or at home with a midwife, you want to ensure that your pregnancy is a healthy one. Aside from taking prenatal vitamins, here are four tips that will help increase your chances of a happy, healthy pregnancy:
Tip #1: Talk to Your Doctor About Your Prescription Medications
As soon as you find out that you are pregnant, it is imperative that you contact your doctor or midwife and let them know what prescription medication you are on.
Hearing Damage Is Difficult For Young Adults To Notice
5 December 2017
Regardless of which medical condition you may have, it is better to address it sooner rather than later. This rule also applies to hearing loss. However, it can be very hard to notice when you are a young adult. So, we will now cover some of the signs that may indicate that you have hearing loss.
Having Trouble Talking Via Telephone
If you have trouble talking to your friends via telephone because you can't hear what they are saying clearly enough, then that might be one of the signs.
Kids Ready To Go Out And Play In The Snow? How To Keep Them Warm, Dry, And Injury-Free
4 December 2017
Winter is here. If you have kids, it's time to start worrying about cold and flu season. If you live where it snows, it's also time to start worrying about keeping your kids safe while they're outside enjoying themselves. Kids love to get out in the snow. However, before you send them out to make snow angels and throw snowballs, make sure they're well-protected against the cold and wet. Here are four protective measures you should take to avoid illness and injuries while your kids are playing in the snow:
Helping A Nervous Child Cope With Vaccinations
2 December 2017
If your child's extreme reaction to routine vaccinations has led you to delay their most recent well check or even consider holding them back from starting kindergarten, you may be wondering whether there's anything you can do to make this process easier. Vaccination anxiety is fairly common, but some children have a far rougher time with this fear than others, and parents can find themselves torn between wanting to avoid further trauma and also avoid preventable diseases.