Wednesday, October 28, 2020
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A Laypersons Guide to Building Better Babies

While it is true that many women in their thirties and even into their forties have healthy pregnancies and babies, the fact remains that many struggle to conceive after the age of thirty

Flu Shots Save Lives

The best preventative measure to fight against influenza and its possible complications is vaccination with the annual flu vaccine.

What Are Your Options When Vaccine Injury Changes Your Life

Sometimes, unavoidably and unfortunately, vaccination goes wrong. It isn’t however just children that bear the brunt. Teenagers and adults of all ages run a risk

Children with no COVID-19 symptoms may shed virus for weeks

New research suggests that children can shed SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, even if they never develop symptoms or for long after symptoms have cleared

Stuttering; What Causes Braden Harrington’s Speech Disorder?

Roughly 1% of the world stutters. It is most common in children age 2–6, when language development occurs. Stuttering is five times more common in boys.

What Pregnant Women Need to Know About Coronavirus

Millions of pregnant women are worried and trying to understand what to do. They want to protect their babies and find out if they are at risk.

Osgood Schlatter or Osteochondrosis

Osgood Schlatter's disease, also known as osteochondrosis or traction apophysitis of the tibial tubercle, is a common cause of anterior (front) knee pain in the skeletally immature

Epipen® and Why Carrying One May Save Your Life

Epipen® is an intramuscular auto-injector that administers a single measured dose of Epinephrine (you probably know this as Adrenaline)

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What Are Your Options When Vaccine Injury Changes Your Life

Sometimes, unavoidably and unfortunately, vaccination goes wrong. It isn’t however just children that bear the brunt. Teenagers and adults of all ages run a risk

Stuttering; What Causes Braden Harrington’s Speech Disorder?

Roughly 1% of the world stutters. It is most common in children age 2–6, when language development occurs. Stuttering is five times more common in boys.

A Laypersons Guide to Building Better Babies

While it is true that many women in their thirties and even into their forties have healthy pregnancies and babies, the fact remains that many struggle to conceive after the age of thirty