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  • Living With Multiple Sclerosis: Four Ways To Modify Your Home

    Multiple sclerosis can affect your mobility, coordination, balance and your ability to handle daily living functions on your own. While symptoms may be mild at first, they can become more pronounced over time. Adapting your home to make daily living easier can help you to maintain your sense of independence. There are many different things you can do to improve your house or apartment to make it more comfortable for you as you learn to live with MS.
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  • Four Reasons To Go To Your Chiropractor After Even A Minor Car Accident

    It happens to everyone: a minor fender bender occurs, you exchange insurance information with the other person, and then you both drive away with minimal damage to your cars and no injuries (or so you think). You may not stop after this type of incident and think about actually going to your doctor or chiropractor for a checkup. After all, you feel fine, right? But there are still many reasons why you should make an appointment with a healthcare professional after this type of incident.
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  • Three Signs That Your Hearing Aids Can No Longer Help You Hear

    If you have been wearing hearing aids for a long time and find that suddenly you do not hear as well as you used to, it may not be your hearing aids at all. Hearing loss continues as you age, and if your parents had progressive, age-related hearing loss, you probably will too. Here are some signs that indicate that your new hearing problems may have nothing to do with your hearing aids and why it is possible that hearing aids may no longer be able to help you.
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  • Sleeping With A Dog: Is It Really Unhealthy?

    Dog parents frequently sleep with their beloved pets. Although this act is certainly better than sleeping with the fishes, it has critics who insist that it isn't healthy for a variety of reasons. If you have a dog or dogs, should you make them sleep in their own beds? Pros If you love your dog, sleeping with them can offer you a number of emotional benefits. If you are single, having a companion who will snuggle with you can make you feel loved.
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  • 3 Non-Surgical Bladder Control Treatments For Stress Incontinence

    Stress incontinence is one of the main bladder control problems that affect women. This condition is when you leak urine from exercising, sneezing, laughing and coughing. It does not occur from mental stress. Stress refers to the pressure that is put on your bladder. When you have strong pelvic and sphincter muscles, they can handle the pressure from sneezing, laughing, exercising or coughing. On the other hand, weak muscles tend to push out urine from any sudden pressure.
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  • Acne, Shmacne: What Microneedling Can Do For Your Acne Scars

    Acne is, unfortunately, a skin condition that happens to most people during their lives, albeit in differing degrees of severity. But whether you have had terrible acne or if you just couldn't stop yourself from popping those pimples, chances are very good that you have at least a few acne scars – and that you'd like to get rid of those scars if at all possible. The good news is that getting rid of those scars is, in fact, possible, through a relatively new collagen-boosting technique.
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  • 2 Herbal Teas To Help Calm Your Child Before They Get Their Immunizations

    Adults of all ages sometimes still have trouble attending scheduled doctor's visits if it has anything to do with getting shots. It is understandable that your child may throw a tantrum or cry when the idea of getting their immunization is brought up. While many children would like to skip this stage of their doctor visit, getting immunizations helps to protect your child and other children from the spread of diseases. Therefore, it is important to calm your child before arriving at the doctor's office in order to ensure that the process goes as smooth as possible.
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  • What You Can Learn From Your Parents' Heart Disease and Treatments

    If one or both of your parents suffer from heart disease, you may be greatly concerned for their health and well-being. While you are rightly concerned for their health and curious about their heart-disease treatment options and choices, you may also want to think about what you can learn about taking care of your health from what your parents are experiencing now. Get to know some of the facts that you may be able to learn from your parents' heart disease and treatments so that you can take better care of your health now and in the future.
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  • There Are Pros And Cons To Getting Ear Tubes For Your Child

    When your child has ear infection after ear infection, they can feel miserable. It can also cause speech delays because your child can't hear what people are saying clearly. Part of the reason for that is because there is a lot of liquid behind their eardrum that muffles sounds and lets bacteria grow so that your child ends up with an ear infection. If your child gets multiple and chronic ear infections, your doctor may suggest that they get tubes in their ears.
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  • Three Tips To Help You Breastfeed After Returning To Work

    Just when you thought you have settled into a routine with your new baby, it is time to head back to work. Being able to be at home right after having a baby is a great benefit to have, but when the time comes to head back to work, you do not want to change up the baby's routine too much. If you are like many moms, you still want to have the ability to breastfeed your baby even when your routine changes.
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