Baby, It's Cold Outside: 4 Tips To Help Keep The Kids Safe And Healthy

Old Man Winter is here. The temperatures have turned cold, the winds are blowing, and the snow is coming (if it hasn't already arrived). Before long, there will be snowballs to be made and thrown, hills to slide down, and snowmen to build. However, at the same time, these activities also mean that your kids will be spending a lot of time outdoors in the cold, chilly weather where they can get injured and sick. [Read More]

Debunking The Biggest Misguided Assumptions About Home Healthcare

Whether you have a loved one who needs help with their personal healthcare or you personally need assistance, having access to home healthcare can be an incredible advantage. However, there are a lot of misconceptions about this area of medical care. Here is a quick look at a few of the biggest misguided assumptions people tend to have about home healthcare in general and the actual truth you should know. [Read More]

Two Reasons To Follow-Up With An Orthopedic Specialist After You Have A Splint Done In The Emergency Room

When you think you've broken one of your bones, the first place you might go is the local emergency room to have it seen by a doctor. While the doctors in the ER can X-Ray the area to determine if the bone is indeed broken and provide initial assistance, their attempt to splint the bone may not be done properly. Here are a couple of reasons to follow-up with an orthopedic specialist and ensure that you can heal properly. [Read More]

How To Talk To Your Siblings About Alcohol Addiction And Rehabilitation

If you have to go to rehabilitation and have younger siblings that don't really understand your erratic behavior or are sad to see you go, you might want to do something to explain to them what is going on. However, they might be too young to fully understand addiction and how a person gets better from addiction. Here are some ways that you can explain alcohol addiction and rehabilitation to your younger siblings so that they won't worry about you. [Read More]