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You ignored all the warnings and fell off the ladder no one was holding steady for you. You caught your toe in the lawn mower when you were wearing flipflops to do the chore. You can’t keep anything down and it’s the middle of the night. Your chest hurts and you’re afraid it might be a heart attack.
You are enjoying a day at the park with your young child and his friends. You’re relaxed as you chat with the other moms and watch your children playing together. Some of them seem like little monkeys as they climb to the top of the monkey bars and swing back and forth on a rope swing. And then it happens.
Everyone at sometime in their life has suffered a pricked finger or skinned knee. When you look at the result, you see what appears to be a solid red liquid oozing (or flowing) from the wound. But looks can be deceiving!
Do you know what to do if someone should experience a cardiac emergency in front of you? Most people know they should “administer CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)” but a whopping 70% of Americans have no clear idea of how to administer CPR or have forgotten the exact technique.
Did you know that many people gain about a pound between Thanksgiving and New Years? In fact, any holiday can bring on the weight gain! If you’ve been fighting the “battle of the bulge,” you might want to take a look at our suggestions on ways to avoid sabotaging your diet during the upcoming season.
When ghosts, goblins, witches, and who knows what else show up at your door this Halloween, what will you serve them?
The most common form of cancer found in the United States is skin cancer, but following closely on its heels is breast cancer. Fortunately, awareness of this deadly disease has spurred research that has helped create advances in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
School is back, and you are back to work. How do you find competent, safe child care for your little ones?
Now that the 2021-2022 school session has started, many children are anxious to get back into school life, including school sports. But are sports for kids really safe? And at what age, which sport? This article seeks to give parents some information that will help them make a decision in their child’s favor.
It’s a new age and bullying has made inroads into our children’s lives at home as well as at school. Cyberbullying is perhaps the more insidious and dangerous form.