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3 Questions To Ask Before Buying A Stair Lift For Your Parent

Does your elderly parent have trouble getting up and down the stairs? Are you concerned for their safety? If so, you may want to purchase a stair lift for them. A stair lift is a safe and effective way to get your parent up and down the stairs without any risk that they will fall and injure themselves. All stair lifts function essentially the same way. A rail bolts into the stair treads along a wall. Read More 

Tips For Reducing Allergy Symptoms During Your Spring Break

Spring break is almost here! Whether you're traveling to a faraway beach, heading to a national park or trekking to a big city, these tips will help you control your allergy symptoms while you're gone.  Travel to Warmer Locations Could Mean Allergens Are High If the weather where you live is still cold and wintry, it's easy to forget that in warmer areas of the country and the world, plants are beginning to bud and pollen count is rising. Read More 

The Good And The Bad Of Colonoscopy Screening For Colon Cancer

If there is ever a medical test that many people demur in taking, it is a colonoscopy test. The test in itself saves lives. Gastroenterologist surgeons use a scope to probe the membranes of your colon and rectum. The scope probes for evidence of polyp growths or other cancer cells and abnormalities. It is a screening procedure that is recommended for people over 50 years old. Colon Cancer Does Not Give You Any Warning Read More 

Vision Therapy For Adults: It’s Never Too Late

If you've ever heard of vision therapy, it's probably been in relation to the treatment of children. While widely used to treat a variety of vision problems that usually develop in childhood, adults can also greatly benefit from the treatment provided by vision therapists. Whether the adult has been coping with the issues all of their life or it has come on slowly over the years, vision therapy can teach you how to overcome these issues. Read More 

5 Great Tips For Helping Your Child Avoid The Flu

Children do not have very strong immune systems yet, so they are more susceptible to catching the flu. The flu is not pleasant to deal with and can make your child miss days of school. As a parent, you can help your child prevent this contagious disease. Here are five  great tips for helping your child avoid the flu.  Teach Your Child About the Importance of Hand Washing Regular hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent the flu. Read More