When a child is sick, a fever is a good thing. It means that your child's body is doing what it needs to do in order to fight off the illness. There are many misconceptions about fevers that lead parents to treat them incorrectly. Here is everything you need to know about your child's fever. Fever Begins at 100.4 Most people know that a regular body temperature is 98.6 degrees. However, too many people think that it means a fever starts at 99 degrees.
11 May 2016
When you are the parent of a teenager, there are many different causes for concern. After all, teenagers are becoming less and less dependent upon you for care and guidance and may begin to make mistakes that can have lifelong consequences. The use of illegal drugs and the potential addictions and other health consequences they may cause are one of those major concerns. If you are worried about your child and the possibility that they are experimenting with or frequently using illegal drugs, get to know some of the steps that you can take to keep your teenage child as healthy and safe as possible.
5 May 2016
Few things restrict your activity like foot pain. Two problems can be so painful that you can't even place weight on your foot. Here is what you need to know about plantar fasciitis and Achilles' tendonitis and how to prevent them from keeping you off your feet. Plantar Fasciitis A small band of tissue, called the plantar fascia, runs along the bottom of your foot. At one end, it is attached to your heel bone and the other to the base of the toes.
4 May 2016
As a woman, and as a mother, you may feel as though your best sexual years are behind you. Childbirth has stretched out your bottom and your vagina, and you feel less attractive. While many women might opt for plastic surgery on their faces or bodies, you could instead opt for vaginal rejuvenation. Vaginal rejuvenation is like plastic surgery for your vagina; it turns back the clock to the time before kids and peeing when you laugh.
22 April 2016
Many companies require their drivers to get a DOT exam prior to employment or continuation of employment. This is especially true for drivers who are responsible for driving around the public, such as those who drive charter buses or city transit buses for a living. This exam is designed to ensure that you are in peak physical form to drive safely down the road with a large cargo and helps reduce the liability of all employees for the companies they work for.
20 April 2016