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A Parent's Guide To Appendicitis

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Children naturally fall susceptible to many common childhood illnesses. Much of this is just nature’s way of building immunity in their body. Occasionally, they can be stricken with a more serious ailment. One such condition common in children and teenagers is appendicitis. Here is what you need to know. Who Gets Appendicitis? Most often, the child will be over two years of age. It isn’t very common in babies or after the age of 30 Read More»

Feeding Therapy Tips

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There is nothing more frustrating and worrying than to have a child that is not able or willing to eat as much as he or she needs to in order to grow at a normal pace. Luckily, there are a range of feeding therapies that you can utilize in order to help your child take in more food. Here are some tips for making your efforts at feeding therapy as successful as possible. Read More»

Tips For Being Successful While Temping In The Healthcare Industry

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The healthcare industry is booming. There are more jobs than ever and with an aging population, more jobs are likely to be created and more positions will likely need to be filled. In order to make sure that you are able to capitalize on this, you will want to absolutely try to get temporary work in the healthcare field if you are currently looking for a job. This has the potential to turn into a full time job if you are interested in that, which might be able to help with your finances. Read More»

Early-Onset Osteoporosis: A Health Risk Both Men And Women Need To Be Careful About

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Osteoporosis, which is a gradual loss of bone density that can leave you with thin, brittle (and very breakable) bones, isn’t just a disease for the elderly. Some people develop it while they’re still relatively young and have to battle it for decades in order to remain strong and healthy. Here are some things you should know about early-onset osteoporosis and how to spot it. Some people are more at risk than others. Read More»

Could Sports Be Causing Your Spinal Compression?

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Playing sports is a great way to stay in shape and have fun, but there’s a chance that competing in your favorite sports may actually be contributing to spinal compression. The connection here is the way that bone spurs (a major contributor to spinal compression) can be formed by competing in sports. Understanding Bone Spurs Bone spurs are complex problems that can occur just about anywhere in the body. However, when they occur in the spine, they contribute to a stiffening of it that can lead to a compressed spinal cord. Read More»