Dealing with Allergies the Natural Way

After The Injury: Signs You Might Have A Hairline Fracture

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If you injure your foot, it is often easy to tell if you have a broken bone– bruising, intense swelling, misshapen areas and the fact you heard a pop or a snap could all indicate a broken bone. If you have pain but did not hear a sound, you might assume it is a sprain. However, sometimes intense pain can also be caused by a hairline fracture in one of your bones.…

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What Every Parent Needs To Know About Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions

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An alarming 50 million Americans may be at risk of having a life-threatening allergic reaction called anaphylaxis. Insect sting allergies cause 40-100 deaths every year, and it is believed that 8% of children under age three in the United States have food allergies. Given these statistics, it is crucial that all parents know how to recognize the symptoms of anaphylaxis and what to do if they suspect their children have this life-threatening reaction to an allergen.…

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The 101 On Parkinson's Disease And How It Affects Your Loved One's Mobility

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Caring for a loved one can be challenging. From the various ways the body declines with age to the different physical and emotional medical conditions your loved one may face, it is easy to see how so many children reverse roles and become a sole caregiver of their parent. Considering an estimated one million Americans live with Parkinson’s disorder, learning the signs of this condition is smart. Not only will proper understanding help you determine if your loved one is suffering with this disease of the nervous system, but it can also help you find the support needed to care for your parent properly.…

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