Wondering How To Treat Your Grandchild's Lice When You Have Arthritis? What Are Your Options?

Posted on: 11 April 2017

If you have primary custody of your grandchild, you may deal with daily reminders that you're no longer as spry as you once were: whether huffing and puffing to keep up with a toddler as he or she runs toward a body of water, spending all weekend recovering after a particularly fast-paced game of catch, or waking up in the middle of the night to change bedding after a potty-training accident.
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Should Your Immunocompromised Child Get A Flu Shot?

Posted on: 7 April 2017

If your child has a medical condition that impacts his or her immune system -- from sickle-cell anemia to an auto-immune disorder like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis -- you may be wondering whether it's safe for him or her to receive inoculation against the flu virus or whether a flu shot could cause more problems than it prevents. While this can be a tough decision for any parent, there are now a number of scientific factors you and your child's physician will be able to weigh when debating the relative utility of a flu shot.
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Training As A Medical Assistant - The Best Way To Further Your Career While Working Full-Time

Posted on: 4 April 2017

Many adults have a strong desire to change career paths but the reality is that they still have important financial responsibilities. For most people changing careers likely means signing up for classes that take place during normal business hours as well as a reduction in pay. The good news it that if you have an interest in the medical field, there is a way that you can continue with your normal schedule and train for a new career at a steady pace.
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Three Ways A Pregnancy Counselor Can Help When You Have An Unplanned Pregnancy

Posted on: 30 March 2017

Discovering that you're having a new baby when you haven't planned for one can be distressing and cause you to panic. If you're not sure what you want to do and need help, no one in your immediate circle might be suitable to speak to. You might consider visiting a pregnancy counselor, a professional therapist who can help you at this time; below you'll find three ways they may be able to assist you.
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