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How To Determine Whether Antibiotics Are Right For Your Child's Earache

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Earaches are a common problem for children, and can leave your child in severe pain that often seems difficult to treat. Many parents are unsure whether to provide their child with antibiotics or not, especially when there are fears that antibiotics for children are overprescribed or even potentially damaging to their long-term health. Here is an overview of what your doctor will do to determine whether your child needs antibiotics and what your alternatives are. Read More»

What You Should Know Before Having A Mole Removed

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If you have a mole, you probably feel one of two ways about it.  You may love it and consider it an integral part of your overall look, or you may feel despair each time you look at the mole and feel that it seriously detracts from your appearance.  If you’re in the latter category, mole removal is a very viable option that can help to boost your confidence levels and make you feel good about yourself. Read More»

3 Things You Shouldn't Say To Someone Struggling With Infertility

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Infertility can be incredibly hard. Many couples who are struggling with infertility feel depressed, frustrated and even envious of those who seem to conceive without any problems. It can be hard to know what to say to someone who has been struggling with infertility. Here are a couple things you shouldn’t say to someone with infertility. 1. “Who’s Problem Is It? His or Hers?” Although you might be curious about the cause of the infertility, this is a very personal and sensitive question. Read More»

Smart Phones Lead To Unwise Posture

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The average person spends between 2 to 4 hours a day looking down at a smart phone or mobile device. That adds up to 14–24 hours a week, 56–124 hours a month and 700–1,400 hours a year! All those hours of texting, emailing and catching up on social media are beginning to manifest themselves in a rampant onset of neck and back pain from poor “smart phone posture.”  Continue reading to learn more about this endemic problem and how you can prevent it. Read More»

The Four Main Types Of Contact Lenses

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Contact lenses are a great alternative to traditional eyeglasses that provide you with corrected vision without having to worry about wearing anything on your face. There are four main types of contact lenses available, all of which offer different features over each other. If you are thinking of getting contact lenses, understanding the differences between the types of contact lenses allows you to pick the type that best fits your lifestyle: Read More»