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How a Complete Eye Exam Helps With Diagnosing Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease that gradually takes your vision. In the early stages, this disease does not exhibit any signs. It increases pressure within your eyeball. If you leave this disease untreated, then it could result in vision loss. Many people go to the eye doctor and get a screening that only checks for eye pressure. Read on to find out how a complete eye exam helps with diagnosing glaucoma. Read More 

Why Concussions Are Considered Traumatic Brain Injuries And How To Prevent Them

Concussions are more than brain bruises from falling. They are considered traumatic brain injuries since the brain moves within the skull. Brains are not muscle. They aren't masses of tough tissue able to withstand too many hits on a football field. The brain is soft and gelatinous. Unnatural movement pits the brain against the skull much like dropping an apple and bruising it. Concussions usually heal with a little TLC and time resting at home. Read More 

Emotional Benefits Of Seizure-Alert Dogs For Children

Seizure alert dogs are a great benefit if your child is suffering from epilepsy or another condition with frequent seizures. These dogs are specifically trained to tune into the signs of an oncoming seizure, sometimes well before the person themselves realize it. This allows you, as a parent, time to take action to keep your child safe and healthy. However, they also provide a great deal of emotional support to your child during a seizure. Read More 

Improving Your Body & Mind With the Art of Massage

If you don't get the opportunity to treat yourself to a relaxing massage on a regular basis, you are missing out in more ways than can be counted. Obviously, a relaxing, deep tissue massage can be therapeutic to stiff muscles, but massage can do more than just to relax your body physically. Reduce stress throughout your body and improve your clarity of mind by finding out what specific benefits massage can have on your entire being. Read More 

Signs Your Baby’s Hearing Is Normal

The ability to hear is paramount to a child's learning foundation. Without it, speech is then also compromised. While it can be difficult to determine the health of your infant's hearing, there are some things to look out for in the first year of life. Newborns A newborn to three months of age should demonstrate a startle reflex if there is a sudden loud noise. They should also show a response to music playing or the television on. Read More