Entries for September 2014

30 Sep 2014

Health Side Effects to Controlled Crying Techniques

Health Side Effects to Controlled Crying Techniques
Controlled crying is a technique used on children from birth through toddler years. This method of handling crying in children has seen a lot of debate in recent years. With the rise of attached parenting techniques and reality shows such as Super Nanny, parents have seen both sides of the controlled crying issue. One of the issues with controlled crying techniques is what it does to the child mentally. However, it may shock s... Read More
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25 Sep 2014

Understanding Acute Morning Sickness

Understanding Acute Morning Sickness
Acute morning sickness is a rare condition that makes “morning sickness” experienced in pregnancy about 10 times worse than usual. It can also be referred to as severe morning sickness or its medical name, hyperemesis gravidarum. It can make a pregnant woman not just sick, but hospitalized due to the condition. Women with acute morning sickness can’t even keep a glass of water down which leads to hydration wh... Read More
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23 Sep 2014

Top Issues Parents of ADHD Kids Face

Top Issues Parents of ADHD Kids Face
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a behavioral disorder affecting approximately 10 percent of school-aged children. It is more common among boys though girls are also diagnosed with the condition. The cause is mostly unknown though some believe it might be hereditary. Not only is it hard on the child to deal with being hyperactive without thinking and having trouble focusing, it can be very difficult for the p... Read More
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18 Sep 2014

5 Things to Know About Blood Clots

5 Things to Know About Blood Clots
Under normal circumstances, blood clots are healthy and can actually save your life if you have an injury that causes bleeding. Blood clots exist to stop the flow of blood. However when it occurs at the wrong time or in the wrong way, it could a variety of conditions including stroke and heart attack. The dangers are present and may continue long after a blood clot has been discovered. In order to understand the dangers, you m... Read More
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16 Sep 2014

5 Myths About Obesity in Children

5 Myths About Obesity in Children
To many, obesity in the United States is considered an epidemic. The blame is often placed on the parents, unhealthy eating habits, even video games and television. But many of the ideas behind obesity in children and what is really causing it, is nothing but myth. There are so many different things that factor into childhood obesity to consider before jumping to conclusions or placing blame. These are the top 5 myths about ob... Read More
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11 Sep 2014

Benefits of Holistic Health Services

Benefits of Holistic Health Services
Holistic health services are part of alternative medicine, and as a natural option for improving a variety of different medical conditions. If you choose holistic health services, you will get medical care that is all nature, focuses on your mind and soul as well as your body, doesn’t require insurance, and can improve all of your ailments with basic techniques. These and other benefits will give you a good reason to cho... Read More
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