Does Your Kid Need An Allergy Test?

Posted on: 28 October 2019

No parent wants to see their child suffer. An allergic reaction could range from mild to life-threatening, but if this is the first time you've seen your child have to deal with some kind of breakout or other issues, you might be at a loss for what to do. Here are some of the different ways that you can seek professional help for various types of allergies. Food Allergy If your child frequently suffers an upset stomach or other issues shortly after eating, it's possible there could be an allergic reaction going on in relation to the child's food.
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Do I Need Shoulder Surgery?

Posted on: 28 September 2019

If you have suffered a shoulder injury, you might be reluctant to have your shoulder operated on. In some cases, your orthopedist might not recommend that you undergo surgery and may instead recommend that you undergo physical therapy or that you be placed under anti-inflammatory medications. However, there are many reasons why a shoulder surgery might be the best choice. Minor Shoulder Injuries Whether or not you should undergo a shoulder surgery is determined on a case-by-case basis.
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About Possible Hearing Loss And Your Child

Posted on: 31 July 2019

Hearing loss isn't something reserved for the elderly. There are a lot of reasons why a little one, or even an older child, can end up with hearing loss. You can learn about some of the things that can cause hearing issues in children, as well as signs that your child may have some hearing loss by reading below. Some of the things that can cause hearing loss Ear infections – Severe ear infections or numerous ear infections can lead to scarring in the inner ear.
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Remember These 3 Things When a Group Therapy Peer Seems Ahead of You

Posted on: 26 June 2019

One of the important lessons to remember when you're in a group therapy environment is that it isn't a race. Each of you is trying to resolve whatever issue has brought you into this space, but your goal shouldn't be to rectify the issue before the other participants. Unfortunately, it's easy to be highly competitive, and when you see that one of your peers appears to be making more progress—you could handle this the wrong way.
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