Worried You're Too Near- Or Far-Sighted For Vision Correction Surgery? What Should You Know?

Posted on: 9 May 2017
If you've spent years longing for perfect vision each time you struggle to put in your contacts or bend or break your newest pair of glasses, you're not alone—the FDA estimates that more than half a million people undergo this procedure each year in pursuit of perfect or near-perfect vision. However, not every person with glasses or contacts is an ideal candidate for laser vision correction (often called Lasik), and pursuing vision correction if your eyes aren't up to the task could leave you dealing with major complications.
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Dry, Painful Feet? Soothe Them With These Easy Tips

Posted on: 9 May 2017
When your feet become dry and painful, walking, running, and even standing can be tough. The skin on your feet is thicker and much more detailed than the skin on your arms, legs, and other body areas. Regular body oils and lotions might not work well for the unique skin on your feet.  The skin on your feet may also take a beating if you wear tight footwear or socks. The socks' material may chafe and irritate the skin on your feet, while tight shoes may reduce the circulation in your feet.
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Questions To Ask Yourself When Considering Coolsculpting

Posted on: 9 May 2017
CoolSculpting is a fat loss procedure that freezes the fat cells until they die. These cells are then removed from the body over the next few weeks, resulting in the subject of the treatment looking thinner. CoolSculpting can be expensive. Here are some questions that you should ask yourself to see if this procedure is right for you. 1. Do you have one or two particular parts of your body from where you need to have fat removed?
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Tips For Testing The Hearing Of Children With Autism

Posted on: 9 May 2017
If you have a child that has autism, you want to make sure that he or she is able to navigate the world as easily as possible. This will allow him or her to have a fulfilling life and expand his or her social circles as much as possible. If your child is not able to hear properly, he or she might have a harder time than is necessary communicating with others.
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