Five Ways To Get Through A Weight Loss Lull

Are you a person who has tried to lose weight? If so, you may have tried many ways to get rid of the extra pounds. You may have even had some success in your journey. Sometimes people experience rapid weight loss results initially, and then they go through a period of time where they do not lose or gain weight. This can be discouraging especially if you are following a weight loss plan or diet. [Read More]

3 Common Myths About Newborn Hearing Screenings For New Parents

If you are currently expecting your first child, you might have heard from fellow parents or your doctor that your newborn is going to need to have a hearing screening while they are in the hospital. Here are the three most common myths new parents believe about newborn hearing screenings, and the truth behind them. Myth #1: Not All Babies Undergo Newborn Hearing Screenings Many first-time parents wrongly assume that a newborn screening is some special test that only their baby has to take. [Read More]

Does Your Child Have Molluscrum Contagiosum? Freeze And Call A Dermotologist

If your child has Molluscum Contagiosum and your pediatrician says it should go away on its own, or they want to freeze and remove the lesions in the office, you should first consider making an appointment with a dermatologist. These are lesions that pop up on the skin, and they can last a few days, a few months or even years. You first need to make sure that what your child has is Molluscum, since there are many rashes that look similar. [Read More]

4 Things You May Not Know About Hearing Aid Batteries

If you have recently been introduced to hearing aids due to excessive hearing loss, then you may want to know all that you can about the technology, especially when it comes to the batteries. After all, without the batteries, you won't be able to work your hearing aids. There are a few things that you should know about hearing aid batteries to ensure that there isn't any confusion about how to use them properly. [Read More]