How To Get Rid Of Your Baby's Heat Rash

Posted on: 11 June 2019

When your baby suffers from heat rash, it can make them extremely miserable. The tiny bumps that appear will make your baby uncomfortable and itchy. You may become alarmed and fearful. However, heat rashes can often be taken care of by using a few simple tricks. Here are a few things your doctor may recommend in addition to any medication you may get. Keep Your Baby's Skin Cool When the rash is at its worst, try to give cool baths and showers.
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3 Reasons You Should Immunize Your Child

Posted on: 15 May 2019

Thanks in large part to misinformation and a discredited study in which one doctor falsely linked vaccines to autism, the number of children receiving vaccines in the United States has dropped dramatically. The result has been catastrophic. In the year 2000, measles was officially considered an eliminated disease in the United States. Fast forward nineteen years later and between January and May 2019 alone, there were 764 reported cases of measles.
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3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Health This Spring & Prevent Unnecessary Trips To The Urgent Care

Posted on: 31 March 2019

As you clean up your house and organize your life this spring, be sure to take some time to also address your health. Spring is a great time to check-in with yourself and make sure you are treating your body well. By treating your body well, you can prevent the need for emergency care.  #1 Take Care of Any Check-Ups If you have not scheduled your yearly physical and wellness check, call up your primary care provider and schedule your wellness check for the year.
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Four Treatments For Melanoma Cancer And The Side Effects You Can Expect

Posted on: 11 February 2019

Most doctors will catch melanoma cancer before it gets any deeper than your skin. That is excellent news, since it means that you will probably not die from it. However, depending on the depth of the melanoma and where the cancer is located, you may still need one (or more) of the four following treatments. Laser Ablation Dermatologists are now using laser ablation to remove cancer and pre-cancerous cells from the skin.
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