Traveling With A Breast Pump ... And No Baby!

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Nursing mothers can't take their babies with them everywhere, but they have to keep expressing milk or risk drying up. Enter the trusty breast pump! It's the best friend of every road warrior mom, but newbies likely find the prospect of traveling with a breast pump terrifying. Not only do the logistics seem complicated, the news is nearly constantly feeding viewers horror stories of nursing mothers being shamed on airplanes, being forced to check their pump rather than carry it on, or taste their own milk to prove it isn't explosive.
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Try A Homemade Anti-Wrinkle Facial Treatment

Posted on: 27 October 2015

Aging is a natural part of life, but that does not mean you have to take the effects without attempting to do something about them. The following is a natural wrinkle treatment that may help reduce some fine lines and why this solution may work for you.  How It Works This solution consists of the following ingredients. Keep in mind that these ingredients are meant to deal with fine to mild wrinkles.
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How To Successfully Recover From Rotator Cuff Surgery

Posted on: 13 October 2015

The rotator cuff is a band of tendons primarily responsible for keeping your shoulder together. Injuring it causes pain and instability in your shoulder, including the risk of a dislocation. Surgical repair of this structure is necessary to return it to its normal functionality. Here is what you need to know to recover successfully from rotator cuff repair so you won't have future issues with your shoulder. Recovery is a Lengthy Process
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Chemotherapy: How It Affects Your Oral Health & How To Prevent Major Issues

Posted on: 29 September 2015

If you're currently or soon-to-be receiving chemotherapy, you may be concerned about the drug's impact on your dental health. Below is an overview of how chemo can affect your oral health and what can be done to prevent serious issues from occurring. Chemotherapy & Your Mouth Chemotherapy is an aggressive treatment that not only kills the bad cells within your body, but unfortunately, the good cells as well. This can lead to issues in the mouth's tissues, such as the gums, tongue, cheeks, palates, and lips.
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