Home Health Nurse Vs Home Health Aide: Do You Really Know The Difference?

Posted on: 5 January 2015

People often assume that home health nurses and home health aides from companies like First In Care Home Health Agency Inc are one in the same. However, while both of these professionals can provide elderly care inside the comfort of your home, the role that each of these professionals play can be quite different. Understanding these differences is key to ensuring that your elderly loved ones get the type of care that is best for their specific needs.
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2 Ways A Chiropractor Can Help You During Pregnancy

Posted on: 30 December 2014

It is no secret that pregnancy can be hard on your body. Many women complain that during this time their body hurts and they are uncomfortable. Luckily, you don't have to be in constant pain, just because you are expecting a baby. A chiropractor can help you to get the relief that you need in a way that is very safe and natural so that it won't harm you or the baby.
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Alternative Options For Your Unborn Child

Posted on: 29 December 2014

It is estimated that approximately 49 percent of all pregnancies in America are unplanned. Of this number, 50 percent of women choose to have an abortion. This is possibly because abortion is seen as the quickest and easiest way to handle the unexpected problem of an unwanted and possibly traumatic pregnancy. However, having an abortion may not be as simple as it may appear, as it is reported that 95% of women are not given enough information at the clinics or doctors' offices where these are performed and more than 80 percent of women who have an abortion suffer from post-abortion issues.
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Proper Breastfeeding Techniques

Posted on: 27 June 2014

It is often said that if breastfeeding hurts, you are doing it wrong. Do not let this common saying discourage you. In the beginning, breastfeeding is uncomfortable or painful for most women with each baby they have. But, there are ways to reduce the pain and make breastfeeding enjoyable for mother and baby.  Proper Latch If your baby is not latching properly, this can lead to pain and sometimes sores or blisters on the nipple.
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