blog

A Parent’s Guide to a Child’s Fever

Although alarming, a fever in your child is actually a sign that their immune system is working properly. Children experience fevers when the immune system detects a bacterial or viral infection. The rising temperature kills the illness-causing agent, allowing your child to recover. For this reason it is a good idea to sometimes allow a fever to run its course. Yet, not all fevers are benign. The following guide can help guide you so that you can treat your child's fever correctly. Read More 

3 Things That You Should Not Do After Ankle Surgery

If you have broken your ankle or otherwise had to have ankle surgery, you might be hoping that your surgery will work well so that you can heal properly. However, along with choosing the right surgeon to perform your surgery, it is also important to take good care of yourself after the fact. These are a few things that you should avoid after ankle surgery for best results. 1. Put Too Much Weight on Your Ankle Read More 

5 Tips For Making A Multi-Level Home Accessible For A Person With A Physical Disability

When a person becomes physically disabled due to accident, disease, or old age, it can be difficult for that person to live independently in a multi-level home until changes are made to make the home accessible for a person with mobility issues. If you or a family member or loved one has lost mobility, use the following tips to make the home accessible. Stairlifts One of the most pressing issues for a physically disabled person who lives in a multi-level home is finding a way to get from one level to another. Read More 

Important Facts For Breast Cancer Patients Considering Targeted Drug Therapy

Researchers around the world are constantly learning more about breast cancer and about its response to various types of new treatments. Many advances are being made towards more effective treatments for breast cancer. If you are trying to decide which breast cancer treatment would be best for you, considering all the latest medical advancements is best. Learn more about targeted drug therapy and how it may be the treatment most suitable for you. Read More 

Braces And The Trumpet: 3 Things Your Child Needs To Know

A healthy smile can make an individual more approachable, and having straight teeth is an important component that contributes to the perceived health of any person's smile. If your child suffers from crooked teeth, your dentist may suggest braces to help move the teeth into the proper alignment. While braces can be intimidating for many young teens, they pose a unique problem for band teens who play the trumpet. Here are three things you and your child should keep in mind in order to help alleviate the difficulties endured by many young musicians when transitioning to play the trumpet with braces. Read More