Tips To Help A Child With Dyslexia Build His Or Her Reading Skills

Posted on: 10 February 2016

If you are a parent of a child with dyslexia, chances are good that you have noticed that your child struggles with reading. This could be frustrating and scary for you because you want to be sure that your child has as many chances for success as possible, but you might not know how to help your child through his or her dyslexia. Here are some tips for helping your child with dyslexia build his or her reading skills.
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Deciding if a Virtual Colonoscopy Is Right for You

Posted on: 2 February 2016

As you approach the age of 50 and begin to think about your health and well-being, you may find yourself considering the prospect of getting your first colonoscopy. While many people assume that all colonoscopies are the same, this is not necessarily the case. Many physicians do still opt to use the optical (or standard) colonoscopy. However, virtual colonoscopies are also an option for the same colon cancer screening exam you need at age 50.
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Reasons You Should Encourage Your Elderly Loved One To Get Hearing Aids

Posted on: 15 January 2016

When you are helping to care for a loved one who is elderly, there are many aspects of care that you need to consider. However, among the most important is helping them to properly deal with hearing that may be impaired by age and other factors. While your elderly loved one may not care for the idea of wearing hearing aids every day, there are many reasons that you should encourage them to do so.
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How to Calm Down When You're Anxious Over Your Gynecologist Visit

Posted on: 30 December 2015

One of the more intimidating doctor's appointments to go to is a visit to the gynecologist. If you have been putting off your next trip due to nervousness, you might not be approaching your visit in the right way. There are several ways that you can make your next trip to the gynecologist less nerve-wracking.  Learn About Your Reproductive Organs Educate yourself about how your reproductive organs work before visiting a gynecologist.
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