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Tips To Help Your Child Get Ready For Kindergarten

As the time for kindergarten to start nears, many parents help their children prepare by reminding them of academic and behaviors expectations. There are some things that every parent should do before or right at the beginning of kindergarten to minimize stresses for the child and to help them have the most success in the classroom.  Here are some tips to help your child get ready for kindergarten.  1. Make sure vaccinations are up to date. Read More 

Don’t Want Children Yet? Consider Freezing Your Eggs

It's an unfortunate reality that for women fertility often decreases before you are financially and mentally ready to have a child. It might take you until you are 35 or 40 to settle into a good job and a steady relationship, but by that time, your body has stopped ovulating consistently or the quality of your eggs has gone down. Fortunately, modern technology and medicine have devised a solution to this troubling dilemma: freezing your eggs. Read More 

Aging Parents? Why You Should Get Them A 247 Nurse

If you have parents who are entering their golden years, there are a number of decisions that both you and they will need to make.  A very heavy matter involves where your parents will live, whether that's staying in their home or moving to an assisted living facility.  If your parents have made it clear that they want to remain in their house, you might be a bit concerned about their well-being. Read More 

Your Child Is A Diabetic: Now What?

After months of watching and helping your child deal with symptoms that range from excessive hunger to weight loss and slow-healing cuts, you may not be that surprised to learn that diabetes is the reason for all of their discomfort. However, as the truth of this diagnosis sets in, you'll have to help your child manage this condition. Focus on the information below so you can be a good steward of your diabetic child. Read More 

Issues You Should Address Before Searching For A Home Health Care Provider Company For Your Loved One

You may have a relative or friend who chooses to continue living at home while receiving home health services. If your loved one is an elderly individual, it may be best to have that person first evaluated by a primary care physician or to have a social worker assess the at-home residence to make sure that this is a safe choice. Once safety is assured, then there are a number of other vital issues that will have to be addressed and settled before you start searching for a home health care provider. Read More