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Have Your Child Evaluated For Early Speech Therapy Treatment When You Recognize Lack Of Articulation And Intelligence Skills

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Speech is a vital area of your child’s healthy development. Sometimes, however, children develop troubling speech problems that prevent them from interacting and communicating with their parents, teachers and other children in day care, kindergarten and grade school classrooms. Each child with speech therapy problems is unique, and children must have a speech therapy program that addresses their individual problems. Identifying and treating the problems early serve to improve your kids’ intelligibility and articulation skills. Read More»

Three Things You Should Know About Talking To Your Kids About Rehab

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One of the most important decisions you’ll ever make in your life is to enter an addiction treatment center for the purpose of turning your life around—and one of the most important reasons you may have for doing so is your children. Many people, however, struggle with finding the right words to explain to their children why they will be absent from the home for a period of time for the purpose of receiving addiction treatment. Read More»

3 Tips For Having A Successful Breast Reconstruction Surgery

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When you get breast reconstruction surgery, recovering is going to be part of the process. Thankfully, if you do certain things, you can have a very successful recovery. This article is going to discuss 3 tips for recovering.  Sleep On Your Sides When you initially leave the hospital after your breast reconstruction, you are going to have tubes on the side of each of your breasts, where the incisions were made, to help drain fluid out of your breasts. Read More»

4 Signs You May Need to Get Your Mole Removed

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Mole removal can be done for cosmetic purposes, although in this case your insurance is unlikely to cover it, but if you’re like a lot of people you may not have time in your busy life for doctors’ appointments unless it’s urgent. Moles can be urgent, though, since in some cases they can develop into skin cancer and if you have one that’s acting suspiciously it’s best to have it removed just in case it decides to do that later. Read More»

What Happens When Your Bring Your Child In For Allergy Testing

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If your child has developed rashes, and you’re not sure what the cause is, then it is wise to have them undergo allergy testing. It’s a safe and comprehensive way to determine what is causing the skin irritation. Because it can be nerve wracking anytime you bring your child in to see a doctor, here is a overview of how the tests are administered. Before The Test In order to create a baseline, the doctor or nurse will wash your child’s skin and then apply two substances. Read More»