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Finding A Doctor You Love

As soon as I was diagnosed with an ongoing medical condition, I realized that it might be smart to look around for a better doctor. In addition to finding someone that accepted my medical insurance, I also wanted to find someone that understood my personal situation. I started looking around for a medical practice that handled cases like mine, and I found a place that had a doctor that I really connected with. He was understanding, kind, and incredibly intelligent. After working with him for a few months, I started to feel a lot better. My blog is all about finding a doctor that you love.

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Are You Having A Baby?

Are you having a baby in 2019? If so, you are more than likely having very mixed emotions. On the one hand, you are probably looking forward to holding your new baby and to taking care of him or her. On the other hand, you might not be excited about the delivery part of having a baby. Perhaps you have had a baby before, and it wasn't the rich experience you wanted it to be. Read More 

Could “Dry Needling” Hold The Key To Treating Your Back Pain?

If you've struggled with muscle pain in your neck, shoulders, or upper back that just doesn't seem to go away, you may be wondering about your options. Often, this type of pain can be the result of years or even decades of poor posture, tough manual labor, or other trauma that can create "contraction knots" in your muscle tissue. Deep tissue massages alone might not be enough to relieve this pain, and the lack of any orthopedic issues means that surgery or other invasive treatments often aren't the best option. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Your Child Should Get A Chickenpox Shot

Chickenpox isn't an illness that anyone wants to get, but many parents feel torn about whether or not to have their child inoculated against chicken pox. If you want to inoculate your child as little as possible, it can be easy to say no to optional, non-core vaccinations. However, the chicken pox vaccine shouldn't be one of them. Here are three good reasons why your child deserves the chicken pox shot. Read More 

Tips For Finding Your First Neonatal Nursing Job

If you have gone to school to become a neonatal nurse and have always dreamed of working with babies, then you could be excited about finding your first neonatal nursing job. If you haven't had any luck in finding a job just yet, however, you could be starting to get discouraged. It can take time to find the perfect job in any industry, and this is particularly true if you are looking for a neonatal nursing job. Read More 

Steps To Take After A Black Widow Bite

Spiders are common pests you and your family may find in and around your home from time to time. While most do not pose any danger, some spiders will bite if they feel threatened or attack in any way. Black widows are the most venomous spiders in North America, but proper understanding and medical intervention will ensure this bite does not become life-threatening.   If you or a family member have been bitten by a black widow, it is important to remain calm. Read More