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Shoe shopping with teens? Sanity-saving tips for parents

Shoe shopping with teens? Sanity-saving tips for parents

(ARA) – Many parents agonize over making just the right choice for their baby’s first pair of shoes. In one important way, however, picking infant shoes is easier than choosing…

Seven signs you may be experiencing hearing loss

Seven signs you may be experiencing hearing loss

Have you ever had a family member or coworker suggest you may be experiencing a problem hearing? Sure, sometimes your friends might joke about a missed conversation – especially if…

Put your home on autopilot to save time, money and energy

Put your home on autopilot to save time, money and energy

Every homeowner can remember a time when they wondered, “Did I lock the front door this morning?” or “Did I leave a light on?” Others can attest to that feeling…

How to cope with a commonly misunderstood condition

Imagine not being able to control when you laughed or when you cried. While it’s not a well-known condition, this is reality for those who suffer from pseudobulbar affect (PBA),…

National Infant Immunization Week reminds parents of the importance of vaccination

National Infant Immunization Week reminds parents of the importance of vaccination

Did you know that April 21 kicks off National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW)? NIIW is an annual observance supported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and…

How to find the right mental health practitioner

How to find the right mental health practitioner

While many Americans are familiar with the process of finding a medical doctor that suits their needs, not everyone is comfortable and confident in doing the same when it comes…

Art competition helps cancer patients tell their stories

Art competition helps cancer patients tell their stories

The American Cancer Society reports that there are nearly 12 million cancer survivors alive today in the U.S. alone. In addition, there are millions more who love and care for…

Put your memory to work: Secrets of success from the USA Memory Champion

Put your memory to work: Secrets of success from the USA Memory Champion

Everyone uses their memory at some point during their work day. Whether you are a teacher, stay-at-home mom, medical professional, skilled laborer, restaurant server, or specialize in another craft, your…

Understanding and spreading knowledge about the risks of type 2 diabetes

Understanding and spreading knowledge about the risks of type 2 diabetes

Knowing your risk for developing type 2 diabetes is the first step in preventing or delaying the disease. One person who knows the importance of understanding the risks for type…

How to make sure your indoor air is healthy

How to make sure your indoor air is healthy

As soon as the temperatures warm up, you open up the doors and windows and let the “fresh” air in. Many people go on a cleaning spree, vacuuming, dusting and…