Family Planning? 3 Things You Should Do Before The Baby Comes

Posted on: 6 March 2018

Planning a family is an exciting, but also a scary time. You may have fears about your finances, about being a parent, or just afraid of the everyday changes that are coming. Taking care of a baby does take a lot of work and may put a dent in your finances, but that tiny bundle is a miracle. You'll adjust your finances and your schedules, and one day you'll wonder what you did with your time before the baby came.
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Lessen Your Discomfort with Medical Cannabis

Posted on: 23 January 2018

If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis several years ago and have been experiencing a worsening in your condition, resulting in sore joints and lack of muscle control, perhaps your primary physician has mentioned prescribing medical cannabis to lesson the discomfort that you have been experiencing. Learn more about the medicine and decide if it is for you. If so, use the cannabis responsibly to aid in lessening pain.
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What Types Of Services Are Provided At Urgent Care Centers?

Posted on: 2 December 2017

Urgent care centers provide medical care for issues that are not threatening to life and/or limb but require prompt attention. Patients can receive examinations, diagnoses, treatment, and prescriptions (no opioid painkillers) from the practitioners at urgent care centers, just as in a regular doctor's office. Illnesses or injuries for which you wouldn't seek treatment at a doctor's office cannot be treated at an urgent care center. So if you have a broken bone protruding through your skin, a gunshot or stab wound, or are exhibiting the symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, you need to go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital.
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3 Dangerous Skin Cancer Myths And Misconceptions You Need To Unlearn

Posted on: 14 November 2017

Myths about cancer in general are common. However, there's many myths and misconceptions surrounding skin cancer that are outright dangerous. Here are a few misconceptions about skin cancer you may believe. Replace these erroneous beliefs with skin cancer facts instead. 1. Darker Skin Means There's No Chance of Developing Skin Cancer It's true lighter skin tones can increase the likelihood of skin cancer. Nevertheless, no skin tone has immunity to the possibility of developing skin cancer of one form or another.
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