Six Practical Tips For Talking With Your Children About Drugs And Substance Abuse

Posted on: 8 May 2017
For many parents, it can be daunting to talk with their children about drug use and abuse. However, these conversations are essential, and they may help your child avoid a serious substance abuse issue. Here are some practical tips to help you. 1. Always Answer Questions Whether your child is three or thirteen, if they have a question about drugs, you should answer it. Younger kids may have heard about drugs on public service announcements, while older kids may have seen or heard their peers talking about it.
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Choosing A Primary Care Physician For Your Kids: 3 Factors To Consider

Posted on: 24 February 2017
Your kid has a weaker immune system than you do, which is why they are typically more susceptible to getting sick. For example, a child can get 8 colds per year or even more. This doesn't even take into account additional diseases, disorders, and ailments that your child may succumb to. With that in mind, you can expect to make a couple of trips to the doctor's office each year. Having a designated primary care physician that your child sees most of the time can be beneficial.
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Should You Poke, Kick, Or Prod? How To Handle A Snoring Husband

Posted on: 11 June 2015
If your spouse is keeping you up at night due to snoring, it can be difficult on a marriage, and it is usually most difficult on the one that is not snoring. Below are some tips on how to handle the snoring so you can get some much-needed sleep. Sleep Apnea Before you do anything, your spouse should see a doctor, as there may be a medical reason why they are snoring.
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What You Should Know About Dental Veneers

Posted on: 29 May 2015
Dental veneers are becoming more and more popular.  This is because the procedure is becoming more affordable and the quality of the products is increasing. If you have ever noticed that a popular movie star who once had a crooked smile or discolored teeth and quickly had both a perfect smile and teeth, this is generally the result of having received dental veneers: What Are Dental Veneers? Dental veneers are small thin porcelain caps that are shaped specifically to your teeth and applied with a bonding agent or adhesive.
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