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5 Tips For Dealing With ADHD

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If you have recently been diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may feel frustrated and at a loss of what to do. This condition can make it difficult to focus and concentrate, which can negatively affect your personal and professional life. However, with a few techniques, you can live a normal life with ADHD. Here are five helpful tips for dealing with ADHD: Use a Calendar When you have ADHD, it can be very difficult to remember appointments and events.…

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How To Get A Seizure Dog

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Dogs are more than just man’s best friend. They play a pivotal role in the medical field. With seizure dog training, a dog can respond when someone with epilepsy has a seizure. When a seizure starts, there is not much you can do to stop it. However, you can take certain steps to prevent the person from getting hurt. A seizure dog’s main job is to respond. However, he or she performs a variety of duties.…

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Stinging Eyes: What May Be Causing It And How To Treat It

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Stinging and burning of the eyes is not a good thing, even if the cause is a mild one. You could wait to visit your eye doctors’ clinic, but chances are good that you could easily diagnose and treat the problem yourself. (There are only a couple exceptions to this rule, and they involve contagious infections that require antibiotics.) Here are some of the more common causes of stinging and burning eyes, and how to treat them.…

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A Lousey Problem: How To Detect And Treat Head Lice On Your Child

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Head lice are a common, but very unpleasant problem for school-age children. Head lice are tiny insects that can live in hair, and whilst they do not pose any serious health risks, they do cause a very itchy scalp. This can be extremely irritating and unpleasant for your child, so it is important for lice to be treated quickly and effectively. Spotting Head Lice The first sign of head lice is usually an itchy scalp.…

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Types Of Catheters You Should Look Into

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If using a catheter is a medical necessity for you, then you owe it to yourself to make the experience as comfortable as possible. You should never have to worry about leaking or bursting. Because buying and using a catheter is not standard knowledge, it helps to know what your options are to make sure that the experience is as comfortable and discreet as possible.  Hydrophilic Catheters Inserting a catheter tube into your urethra can be very unpleasant if not outright painful.…

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New And Developing Treatment Options For Peanut Allergies

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One of the most common types of food allergy is an allergy to peanuts. Not only that, but peanut allergies tend to cause more severe and extreme reactions than some of the other common food allergies. Because of that, this specific allergen has been the focus of many studies and developments in food allergy treatments. Get to know some of the newer and currently developing treatment options for peanut allergies so that you can be sure that you get the treatment that you need (for yourself, your child, or another loved one) to better manage peanut allergies.…

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What You Need To Know About Zika

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You have likely heard about the Zika virus from the news, and you may have many questions about it. What are the symptoms of a Zika virus infection? Does the virus really cause microcephaly? Here are five things you need to know about Zika: 1. The virus is transmitted through mosquitoes, sex, and from mother to child. The Zika virus is primarily transmitted to people by mosquitoes. However, the virus can also spread through sexual transmission, and from mother to child through pregnancy.…

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A Gardener's Guide To A Healthy Back

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Gardening is a fun hobby that helps your lawn and backyard look beautiful, and it can be quite rewarding. This activity involves a lot of stooping, bending, and putting a strain on your legs, neck, and back. In order to ensure that you’re able to plant a fruitful garden without injury, there are certain things all gardeners should do to help keep their backs healthy and to avoid potential injury.…

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What To Expect From Outpatient Surgery On Your Knee

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The orthopedic surgeon suggested arthroscopic surgery to repair the torn cartilage in your knee. While this is still considered major surgery, it is far less invasive than traditional knee surgery. Here is what you can expect from this procedure from the time you walk in to the clinic to the time you go home a few hours later. Surgery That Doesn’t Require a Hospital Stay The arthroscopic procedure is done in your doctor’s office or an outpatient clinic.…

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A Guide To Walk-In Tubs

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If you have decided a walk-in tub is the right choice for your bathing needs, then you should familiarize yourself with the benefits and features they offer, as well as the different options that will be available to you. The more you know about these tubs, the easier time you will have choosing the right one to have installed in your bathroom. This article will be more than helpful with regards to educating you on these things.…

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