Lee Hanson

Preparing Your Child For An Eye Exam

Going to the doctor, even an eye doctor, can be a daunting experience for a child. You can help make the process easier for them by preparing them in a few ways. Here are things you can do to help your child feel ready for their eye exam (from a specialist such as Envision Eyecare - Dr. Erika Duggan and Dr. Marilyn Lehrner). Explain to them what will happen Read More 

Tips For Recovering After A Breast Augmentation

A great cosmetic surgeon can transform the appearance of your chest with a breast augmentation surgery. Many women choose to have a breast augmentation when they notice that their breasts are sagging or have lost volume due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, or aging. A successful breast augmentation can boost your self esteem and make it easier to find clothing that flatters your figure. But a breast augmentation is a major surgery, and their is a recovery period after the procedure. Read More 

Should You Be Concerned About Whooping Cough?

There's a common misconception that whooping cough has gone the way of polio and smallpox. Basically eradicated, at least in the US. Unfortunately, that's far from true-- in 2012, there were an estimated 48,000 cases in the United States alone. So what is exactly is whooping cough, and what can you do to keep you and your family safe? What is whooping cough? Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a respiratory illness caused by a bacterial infection. Read More 

Knowing When To Take Your Child To Urgent Care

Accidents and injury happens to everyone at some point in their life. If you have a small child, you most likely watch them very closely to keep them safe from accident or injury. Sometimes, injury is unavoidable and will need to be addressed right away. Here are some of the more common injuries that are sustained by small children, and a guideline to use to know when you should bring the child to urgent care. Read More 

Could Your Dream Career Ultimately Lead To Foot Surgery?

You've just started your dream career and are excited about finally finding something that will keep you active and on the go all day long. You've worked hard to get this position, and you're building up your body over time to help you succeed in this career. However, some of these dream careers can lead to serious foot injuries later down the road--injuries that might ultimately result in surgery. If you work in one of these fields, then you can expect to need surgery at some point down the road unless you get extremely lucky. Read More