The Benefits Of Undergoing Professional Cancer Caregiver Education

28 December 2021
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When a loved one in your family or circle of friends suffers from cancer, you may plan to overtake his or her daily care. You want to do your part to ensure they remain safe and stable during his or her illness. You also want to minimize his or her discomfort as much as possible. However, you may fail to appreciate the work and effort that you are about to undertake. Read More 

If Your Child Fails A Sports Physical, These Steps May Be Necessary

6 April 2020
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Before your child is eligible to play a sport, the league may mandate that he or she passes a sport physical. This process protects the league legally and also gives you and your child the confidence that he or she is healthy enough for competition. Most young athletes will pass their physicals, but there are a number of reasons why your child may get the discouraging news that he or she has failed. Read More 

Why Getting Annual Bloodwork Is A Good Idea

28 April 2017
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Staying healthy is easier to do if you exercise, eat right, and visit your doctor each year for a physical exam. Each year when you visit your doctor, he or she might recommend getting bloodwork completed. This is done for several reasons, and it can be very helpful for finding health problems at early stages. You Will Find Out How Well Your Organs Are Functioning Bloodwork involves drawing blood from your body and sending it to a lab to be tested. Read More 

Is It Chilly In Here, Or Is It Them? Addressing And Coping With Feelings Of Coldness

24 April 2017
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If your aging parent or grandparent often complains that he or she feels cold, even when the temperature seems pleasantly warm to others in the room, there is a reason for that. Find out why so many individuals are feeling colder as they grow older, and how you can encourage them to banish their chills. As Age Increases, Temperature Decreases According to Harvard Health Publications, a study conducted at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, New York concluded that geriatric subjects registered lower body temperatures than the 98. Read More