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How To Take Better Care Of Your Feet When Your Job Requires You To Stand All Day

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Working at a job that requires you to stand all day can be pretty hard on your feet. It’s not uncommon to come home at the end of the day with sore, aching feet and ankles – and you may even develop more serious injuries like plantar fasciitis and bunions. While the best thing for your feet is probably not to stand all day, this is not always an option. Here are some practical ways to make working on your feet easier on your feet.…

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2 Things To Keep In Mind After Your Radiation Therapy Ends

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Radiation therapy can often be one of the most difficult treatment options that you can undergo when you have been diagnosed with any type of cancer, mostly because of how hard it is on your body. However, there are a few things you can keep in mind after your radiation therapy ends that can actually help you recover as quickly and as safely as possible, such as the two items listed below.…

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3 Tips For Getting Your Contact Lenses To Last Longer

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Contact lenses are an amazing alternative to glasses when it comes to improving your vision. Many people also really like them because they are practically invisible to others, unlike glasses. However, because contact lenses aren’t cheap, it is very important that you take good care of them. Doing this is going to help them stay in good condition and last you for as long as possible. This article is going to discuss 3 tips for getting your contact lenses to last longer.…

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Have Frequent Ear Infections Left Your Child With A Speech Impediment?

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If you’re one of the many parents dealing with a toddler or preschooler’s frequent ear infections, you may worry about the impact of these repeated infections on your child’s hearing – or even his or her ability to enunciate words. Toddler speech is notoriously rife with mispronunciation, lisping, and other harmless speech impediments, so determining what is normal and what may be the result of fluid in the ear can be a challenge, especially for first-time parents.…

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Benefits Of Having A Pet When You Move To Senior Housing

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It’s not always easy for senior citizens to find independent senior housing communities that allow pets – or a pet-friendly community that has available apartments. Nevertheless, if you have a beloved dog or cat, don’t give up on your dream of bringing your companion animal with you when you move. You may feel discouraged at the moment and may have even considered giving your pet to a family member you trust.…

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