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3 Things You Should Do When Trying to Overcome an Addiction

Addiction can be life altering. It can affect every aspect of your life and because of it, you might be wondering if there is any relief for you. There are many people who are living in the middle of the an addiction, either as the addict or the loved one of an addict. In these cases, it is important to know that there is hope. Here are some things to do to heal. Read More 

Does Your Child Have Asthma? How To Remove Triggers From Your Home

If your child has asthma, you need to do everything you can to prevent attacks. Unfortunately, some asthma triggers are residing right in your home. One of the best ways to prevent asthma attacks is to take a proactive approach to treatment and prevention. Luckily, there are quite a few steps you can take to reduce the amount of asthma triggers that are commonly found in the house. Here are four methods you can employ to reduce the occurrence of asthma attacks for your child. Read More 

Five Things You Need To Know About Keeping Your Electric Scooter Clean

If you use a mobility scooter to get around, your scooter is an important part of your everyday life. Keeping your scooter clean isn't just important for ensuring your comfort when you're using it to get around. It can also keep your scooter functioning in optimal condition as long as possible.  The following are five important things you need to know about keeping your electric mobility scooter clean: Make sure you keep all parts on the exterior dusted Read More 

The Importance Of Having A 24-Hour Case Manager For Home Health

Whether in a hospital, at a nursing home, in assisted living situations, or at home, health care professionals work in shifts. You are not going to have the same person there all the time. In addition, there is often more than one type of professional involved. You may have a nurse, doctor, aide, and/or some type of therapist. In many of the above situations, the professionals will meet, or have a few minutes between shifts to inform each other of what is going on. Read More 

Will Epilepsy Impact Your Pregnancy?

During pregnancy, women who have epilepsy are at risk of experiencing complications. To avoid this, it is important to manage the condition and be monitored by your doctor. If you are pregnant and have epilepsy, here is what you need to know. How Does Epilepsy Impact Pregnancy? Throughout your pregnancy, your body go through several hormonal changes. The changes will not only cause weight gain and nausea, but they can have an impact on how your epilepsy responds to treatment. Read More 

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3 Things You Should Do When Trying to Overcome an Addiction
23 January 2018

Addiction can be life altering. It can affect ever

Does Your Child Have Asthma? How To Remove Triggers From Your Home
1 December 2017

If your child has asthma, you need to do everythin

Five Things You Need To Know About Keeping Your Electric Scooter Clean
11 November 2017

If you use a mobility scooter to get around, your

The Importance Of Having A 24-Hour Case Manager For Home Health
26 October 2017

Whether in a hospital, at a nursing home, in assis

Will Epilepsy Impact Your Pregnancy?
5 October 2017

During pregnancy, women who have epilepsy are at r