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Understanding And Treating Your Child's Diabetes

As a parent, you want your child to be happy and healthy. From a well-balanced diet and plenty of time outdoors to regular visits to their dentist and doctor, your child can live a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, certain conditions that require proper medical care may still arise. While surprising to hear, around 193,000 Americans under the age of 20 have diabetes.  This condition is becoming more and more common, but most people do not fully understand diabetes.

Trouble Adjusting To Your Sleep Apnea Machine? What Are Your Options?

Today's continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are smaller, quieter, and higher-tech than ever before. Instead of uncomfortable masks and noisy, rattling machines that can send your bedmate to the guest room, modern CPAP machines are unobtrusive and even more effective. But for first-time CPAP users, getting used to sleeping with a mask on your face can take some getting used to. Read on to learn more about correcting a few of the most common problems users may have when it comes to their CPAP machines.

How To Survive At Work With Chronic Headaches

When you are suffering from severe headaches for long enough, you can forget what it is like to have a normal day. Each day, you feel in agony and you struggle to focus on even the most routine tasks. But you can't put your life on halt. You need to get though this. Be Careful When Telling Others You are best off not telling anyone at work that you have a headache.

3 Reasons To Find A Pediatrician Before You Give Birth

When you are preparing to have your child, there are a lot of things that you are going to have to try to figure out. One thing you might not think about is finding a doctor for your brand new baby. You may think that you can wait until after your baby is born, but really, the best time to look for a pediatrician is before you give birth. There are a lot of reasons for that.

Three Things You Should Know About Hair Loss During Cancer Treatment

Hair loss is, unfortunately, a common side effect of cancer treatments of all kind. Many people often find themselves ill prepared for this side effect, which often leads to more emotional turmoil when it does happen. If you know that hair loss is a possible risk for yourself, you should take the steps to be prepared. Here are three things you should know: Your Specific Risk: First, you ought to know your specific risk for hair loss by talking with your doctor.