4 Signs That Could Indicate A Need For In-Home Senior Care

When your parents start to age, it is only natural that you will feel responsible for making sure they are properly cared for. This often means you take on tending to their care. As dedicated as you may be to making sure that your elderly loved one is getting what they need, it can sometimes get overwhelming. Many people miss the signs that taking care of their aging loved one is taking a toll on them. Read More 

3 Ailments Massage Therapy Can Help

Massage therapy is a great way to relieve stress and relax. But there are also some common health problems that can also be helped with massage therapy. Here are a couple aliments that massage therapy can help. 1. Simple Infections and Viruses It is not uncommon to get simple colds and viruses. In most cases the best thing for these mild illnesses is for the immune system to work hard to fight it off. Read More 

3 Dental Care Tips For Your Toddler

If you're like most parents, you of course want your son or daughter to get off to a great start when it comes to their health, and that includes their dental care. While you can control this process completely while your child is a baby, things can get more complicated once they mature into the toddler stage. This is a critical time to teach your child good habits and make sure they do not develop bad ones when it comes to their dental care. Read More 

Childhood Glaucoma: Early Detection and Treatment Prevent Vision Loss

Childhood glaucoma, also known as congenital glaucoma, is a rare, inherited eye disease. The disease is characterized by increased ocular pressure that damages the optic nerve and can lead to severe and permanent vision loss. Primary glaucoma, caused by high intraocular pressure, occurs in one out of every 10,000 children born in this country, according to the Glaucoma Research Foundation. However, regular eye exams help detect the symptoms of glaucoma early, as prompt treatment can improve the outcome. Read More 

Common Questions Concerning Pediatric Speech Pathologists Answered

The ability to communicate in a clear and effective manner is an essential skill need to be successful in the modern economy. Unfortunately, there are many developmental issues that can cause a child to develop incorrect speech habits and patterns. These issues can hinder your child's social development, and they may also impact future professional opportunities. Fortunately, a speech pathologist is a professional with the training needed to treat these problems, but if you have never been treated by these professionals, you will likely have some questions about what your child should expect: Read More