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3 Tips to Make Sure You Can Help Your Spouse Following Drug or Alcohol Rehab

Addiction is often seen as a singular problem – a problem for the actual user. However, there is also fallout for those around the user, particularly a spouse or partner. It can be a challenge to get your spouse to see the benefits of enrolling in a rehab facility. However, if you are successful in doing so, and they are able to complete the program, then it is important that you help them maintain a life of sobriety. Read More 

Feeling Your Age? 4 Ways That Chiropractic Care Will Help Reduce The Affects Of Aging

There's nothing worse than realizing that you're not aging as gracefully as you'd like. Sore muscles, weak joints, and high blood pressure can all take their toll on you. If you'd like to improve your health, and feel better while you're aging, you should add chiropractic care to your healthcare regimen. Not sure that chiropractic care will benefit you? Here are four reasons why it will. Helps Keep You Active Read More 

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