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  • 3 Tips for Choosing the Ideal House Temperature for Baby

    As babies grow older, they’re more capable of regulating their own body temperature, meaning they can withstand slightly more extreme variants in their environment. However, for newborns especially, it’s essential that you keep your home at the right temp. Just a few degrees too cold or too hot could spell poor sleep or even illness

  • Fertility Issues: Evening the Odds

    If you’re diagnosed with a health issue that affects your fertility, either directly, through the action of the condition itself, or indirectly, through the medication or other treatment for the issue, it’s easy to feel defeated. Fertility can feel like a very binary issues: either you’re at the peak of reproductive health, or you will

  • Areas of Your Health You Shouldn’t Neglect

    We’re pretty much aware that it’s important to keep our hearts healthy, and most of us also care for the health of our lungs, even if we do struggle to quit smoking. We try to eat healthy and not put on too much weight. But it’s still easy to overlook certain areas of our health

  • 4 Health Risks That May Come From Using Marijuana

    In October 2018, marijuana use became legal in Canada under the Federal Cannabis Act. Consequently, Canada joined Uruguay as the only two countries worldwide that have legalized this drug for medicinal and recreational purposes. More than 3.4 million Canadians aged 15 years and above used marijuana in 2011. The number of users is higher today

  • Getting Your Loved Ones the Care That They Need

    Have you taken responsibility to take for one or more of your loved ones, whether they are family members or simply good friends? Caring for other people can be one of the most generous and meaningful things that you can do with your life, but it can also be very difficult and stressful for the

  • Car Seat Safety

    The statistics on child death in fatal motor vehicle accidents are staggering. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that in 2015, 663 children under the age of twelve were killed in motor vehicle accidents. Further, more than 121,350 children were injured in 2014. The agency goes on to report that more than 618,000

  • VA Shuns Medical Marijuana, Leaving Vets without Resources

    As both medical and recreational marijuana use become legalized among the states, the federal government has kept their stance regarding its use firm. As a result, the Department of Veterans Affairs health system has had to deny veterans access to marijuana as a medicinal resource. In the federal government’s eyes, marijuana is still illegal. According

  • How to Identify Dampness in Your Home

    Do you feel that odd chill in your house or a musty smell that just won’t go away? The issue could be that dampness has crept up your living space. Damp may not be clear to the eyes when it starts occurring. You may not be able to locate either the problem or its source

  • Fatalities Cause Powdered Caffeine Supplements to Be Banned by FDA

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently determined that selling high concentrations of caffeine to consumers in bulk is illegal as the supplement poses a high risk when the recommended dose is exceeded.   Two fatalities have been reported in individuals who were otherwise in good health, even though warning letters were sent to