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2 Signs Your Small Child Has An Undiagnosed Eye Condition

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When you have young children who can’t communicate effectively, it might seem impossible to detect early medical problems. Since wobbly tots are prone to injuries and tend to eat whatever they find on the ground, strange issues might seem like just another part of your day—only to disappear by the weekend. Unfortunately, if you miss the symptoms of serious eye disorders, it could affect your child’s development, or even put their life at risk.…

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Bone Grafting: How Does It Improve Your Jawbones Before Dental Implant Surgery?

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Your dentist can improve the health and stability of your jawbones with dental implant surgery. But if your jawbones don’t possess enough bone cells or tissue to accept, protect and stabilize the implants after the surgery, the implants can fail. To avoid this problem and address it head on, the dentist will graft bone tissue into your jawbones. Bone grafting is one of the most useful and advanced dental treatments today. It replaces bone tissue lost to missing teeth, gum disease and infections.…

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6 Food That May Lower Your Risk Of Alzheimer's

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Although Alzheimer’s remains among the most mysterious diseases, there is some evidence that certain lifestyle factors can lessen the risks of developing it. Foods that are high in omega-3 acids, for instance, may play a significant role in decreasing the chances that you’ll develop Alzheimer’s. Fortunately, these foods are all delicious, offer substantial nutritional benefits, and exist in abundance in our food supply. Following are six of them. Salmon Fresh salmon can be prepared by grilling, pan-frying, or baking and makes a wonderful dinner when served with a simple spinach salad.…

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How Can You Retrofit Your Home To Accommodate A Disabled Relative?

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If you’re planning to have a disabled relative move in with your family to make the caretaking process more convenient, you may be overwhelmed at the accommodations often deemed necessary for those who have trouble getting around. Just as with baby-proofing your home for the first time, making your home handicap-accessible can seem like a monumental task – and you may not even notice certain dangers or potential problems until after your relative has encountered them.…

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4 Summer Skin Problems And What You Can Do About Them

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Although skin problems occur year-round, most of them seem to take place during the summer months. Summer fashions expose more skin, and allergens are more active in the summer. Following are four skin problems that occur more frequently during the summer and what you can do about them. Heat Rash One of the most common skin conditions that affects people of all ages during the summer is heat rash. Heat rash is characterized by small, itchy bumps on the surface of the skin.…

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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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5 Natural Alternatives To Synthenic Hormones For Menopuasl Symptoms

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Mood swings, sleep disturbances, hot flashes, night sweats, and weight gain are all normal parts of going through menopause. Hormone replacement therapy used to be standard treatment for these symptoms, but the use of synthetic hormones has fallen out of favor in recent years due to increasing evidence that they may pose significant health risks. Although most modern experts agree that synthetic hormones can play a part in reducing menopausal symptoms in some women, many prefer to seek out natural alternatives.…

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Facing Pregnancy? 4 Mental Health Symptoms That Require Extra Care

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Since the changes going on inside the body during pregnancy are easy to see, many pregnant women are forewarned and know what to expect. The changes inside the mind, however, are much more difficult to spot and are often downplayed to save face. As a result, many pregnant women are caught off guard by nightmares, emotional outbursts and other related symptoms. Since stress caused by these emotional symptoms can affect the pregnant woman’s health, it’s important to go through treatment to regain a healthy mindset.…

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Tips To Help Recovering Addicts Get A Job

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Congratulations on finally kicking your crack cocaine or methamphetamine habit. If you’re ready to get your life back on track and to re-enter the workforce, there may be a few steps that you will want to take first. Unfortunately, your drug habit has probably wreaked havoc on your body, especially your teeth, and may have also left a gaping hole in your resume. So before you start filling out those applications and going on interviews, consider doing the following:…

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How To Get Your Breech Baby To Flip Over

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If you are pregnant, you’ll spend a lot of time at your doctor’s office, particularly as you get into the final stretch. By the time you are 36 weeks pregnant, your little one will most likely be in the head-down position in anticipation for the birth. According to BabyCenter, 97% of babies are in the head-first position by the time they are full-term, which happens at 37 weeks. For the three percent of babies who are buttocks- or feet-first, also called breech, a C-section will usually be scheduled, because breech deliveries are more dangerous for the mom and the baby.…

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