When To Seek Medical Care During Pregnancy: Signs Of Trouble

Posted on: 30 January 2015

When you find out that you are pregnant, it is one of the happiest times of your life. You also quickly come to the realization that you are fully responsible for another life growing inside of you. This realization makes taking care of your health your number one priority. As such, you need to be sure that you know all of the situations or scenarios in which you need to seek immediate medical attention in the ER.
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The Many Roles Of An Unpaid Caregiver

Posted on: 28 January 2015

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there are more than 34 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S. -- most of whom are family members and friends. In many ways, lay caregivers have more responsibilities than paid caregivers. If you are considering being a caregiver, it's likely that you will play multiple roles in your efforts to contribute to your love one's overall well being. Providing Personal Care and Keeping the Household Running
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3 Things That Can Help You Care For Your Elderly Parent

Posted on: 26 January 2015

Caring for an elderly parent can be very rewarding, but it can also be very challenging and time consuming. If you are working, busy with your children, or simply have a full schedule, there are certain things that you can do to make caring for your elderly parent just a bit easier and more manageable. This article will discuss 3 different things that can help you get the help you need to care for your parent, while still allowing them to live with you.
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4 Ways To Screw Up Your Plastic Surgery Results And Recovery

Posted on: 21 January 2015

When you decide that you are going to go under the knife, you want to do everything that you can to make sure that the surgery and recovery goes as smoothly as possible. Here are four things that you should not do – unless you're just asking for surgery complications and a prolonged recovery: 1. Keep Smoking That Pack a Day Smoking is bad all on its own. However, when you combine it with surgery, it becomes significantly worse.
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