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Got Something in Your Eye? Here’s How to Remove It Safely
At some point, we’ve all gotten something stuck in our eyes. Whether it’s dust, an eyelash, a bug, soap or another object, it can be frustrating and sometimes...
July 19
What to Do When Your Child Gets a Nosebleed
As a parent, few things can send your heart racing faster than seeing your child with a nosebleed. Whether in the middle of the night or during a fun day...
July 17
7 Tips for Raising Mindful Tweens and Teens: A Parent Guide
Parenting tweens and teens can often feel like an emotional rollercoaster. One minute, your child is a sweet, cooperative kid. And the next, they’re a...
July 15
Anterograde Amnesia: When You Can’t Form New Memories
If you’ve seen the movie “Memento,” you’re familiar with a version of anterograde amnesia. It’s a memory disorder where you can’t form memories from the...
July 14
Unlock Your Fitness Potential With Heart Rate Zone Training
Are you looking for a way to supercharge your workouts and achieve your fitness goals faster? Heart rate zone training might be the key you’ve been searching...
July 12
Delirium or Dementia: Understanding the Difference
If your loved one seems confused or disoriented, you might wonder if they have delirium or dementia. Both conditions can affect someone’s memory, attention...
July 12
Postpartum Psychosis: A Rare but Dangerous Condition
As a new mom, you might expect your baby’s earliest days to be tiring but also full of joy. Sometimes, though, welcoming a new baby can cause mental health...
July 10
Empagliflozin (Jardiance): What You Need to Know
If you have type 2 diabetes (or even if you don’t), you may have seen ads for Jardiance on TV. This drug, also known as empagliflozin, may help control...
July 09
Don’t Fall for These 7 Healthy Cooking Myths
There are nutrition “facts” you’ve probably heard so often you think they must be true, such as fat is bad for you. So is salt. Veggies are healthiest...
July 03