Staying Healthy During Your Pregnancy

Silicone Or Saline...Which Is The Right Type Of Breast Augmentation For Your Teen?

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If your teenager is unhappy with a smaller bust or the uneven appearance of her breasts, she may have been subtly hinting for a while that her upcoming birthday, holiday, or graduation gift should be a breast augmentation. If you want her to feel good about her appearance and you believe that she is making this big decision for the right reasons, it’s a good idea for both of you to become familiar with the different types of implants and what to expect after the procedure. Read More»

Stay Away From Empty Calories When You'Re Trying To Lose Weight

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When you’re working hard to lose weight, you might be spending plenty of your time at the gym using the cardio machines and lifting weights. Doing so is valuable, but you’ll also need to be smart about your diet. Lowering your caloric intake is instrumental to losing weight, but you need to be smart about the calories you take in. Foods that are low or moderate in calories are valuable, but you need to be sure that you’re not eating empty calories. Read More»

Cosmetic Injections: Caring For Your Face Before And After The Procedure

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Aging is not always easy, in part because you might feel that you don’t look as youthful as you once did. Cosmetic injections such as Botox treatments can transform your face so that wrinkles and lines aren’t so noticeable, giving you a younger look. In some cases, bumps and bruises happen after the injections; luckily, you can avoid those imperfections by observing these pointers before and after the procedure: Avoid Alcohol Read More»

Why A Nursing Home May Be The Best Way To Care For Your Parent With Dementia

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If you have a parent with dementia, you may need to look into nursing home care or assisted living. You might want to care for your parent in your home for as long as possible, but at some point, your parent may be safer in a facility that knows how to care for patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Here are some reasons why. Tendency To Wander If your parent is still mobile when dementia becomes more advanced, he or she will probably wander. Read More»

4 Tips For Communicating With A Loved One Suffering From Aphasia After A Stroke

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If you are caring for a loved one who has recently had a stroke and is unable to communicate clearly, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help them. If so, use one or more of the following four tips for communicating with a loved one suffering from aphasia after a stroke. Give Them Time To Answer You When a person is suffering from aphasia, they may not be able to remember the right words to say while speaking. Read More»