New Parents Introduction To Sleep Training

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As the parents of a newborn, you’re probably learning now that the jokes made about lost sleep aren’t entirely jokes after all. After you transition out of the newborn stage and your baby is a few months old, it’s time to start thinking about sleep training to ease that fatigue factor and get him or her on a normal routine. Whether this is your first or your fifth, you’ll find that every child is different in how they train, so here are a few different methods to consider:…

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Four Tips For Better Hearing This Fall

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Any season is going to bring changes in hearing needs, especially when the fall season arrives and there is much more excitement, especially revolving around sports and holidays. To help keep your hearing in a good state, it’s helpful to consider these four tips: Avoid Stadium Games: Stadium games, such as football games are extremely loud. If you can avoid it, it will protect your already impaired hearing as someone who wears hearing aids.…

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Tips For Preventing Postmenopausal Fractures

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As you age and go through menopause, you might find that you are more susceptible to bone fractures. Therefore, you are going to want to make sure that you are doing everything possible to prevent postmenopausal fractures. While there may still be a small chance of getting a fracture, especially if you have a serious accident, you can give yourself a better chance of fewer fractures by using the following tips.…

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