Fever Facts: 3 Signs Your Should Call A Pediatrician

Posted on: 1 April 2015

Caring for a young child can be stressful, and many parents find themselves wondering whether or not their child's illness is serious enough to need a pediatrician's assistance. Since young children are often unable to tell you just how sick they really are, it's up to you as a parent to determine if medical help is required. Fevers are common among young children, but sometimes a fever can be a sign of a more serious problem.
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Does Your Company Offer Massage Therapy? If Not, It Should

Posted on: 5 March 2015

Massage therapy has been around for a long time. It has lately been increasing in popularity and gaining acceptance and credibility in the health profession. If you do not know if your workplace offers in-house massages, find out. And if you find that it does not, try to persuade your office or company to offer it. The benefits are worth the effort, and here's why. Effects of Massage on Stress
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Back Pain Blues: Guide To Overcome Back Pain Naturally

Posted on: 27 February 2015

You think you found the answer to back pain relief with over-the-counter medicine, but then you read the warning label. Do not fret, because there are natural ways to relieve back pain. You should be back to that 'old' you in no time with the help of your back specialist and the following guide. Join The Dark Side Believe it or not, chocolate contains powerful pain-killing properties. The cacao bean, especially the bark, contains anandamide.
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How An Oncology Social Worker Can Help You

Posted on: 24 February 2015

If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you are typically assigned to a medical team that helps you with treatment. This team includes a surgeon, nurse, nutritionist, and more. Included in this team is an oncology social worker. Here's how an oncology social worker will help you during treatment: Help You Keep Contact With Family and Friends: Often, when you are dealing with the treatment of cancer, you may begin to experience symptoms that cause you to withdraw from friends and family.
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