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Are You Caring For Your Aging Parent? Read Holding The Net: The Tightrope of Aging

For many parents, they find themselves raising their children and also taking care of their elderly parents. There is little help from the outside world and a parent’s job becomes serving others. This is hard on everyone involved and it can feel like a balancing act, or even walking a tight rope. The generation who is experiencing this more than ever is the Baby Boomers. That’s right, those in their sixties and seventies are finding themselves taking care of (sometimes) adult children and grandchildren and also caring for elderly parents. The baby boomers have their own unique sets of...

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How to Choose the Perfect Rug for the Nursery and Kids’ Room

How to Choose the Perfect Rug for the Nursery and Kids’ Room   Introducing stylish area rugs is a simple way to create a comfortable and playful atmosphere in the nursery or kids’ room. They can help you design an environment where you children will feel safe and cosy while and introduce an interesting and inspiring design that will spark your children’s creativity and imagination. However, since carpets and rugs are often home to numerous toxins and allergens, you need to make sure to choose a baby- and kid-friendly rug that will fit the general style of the room....

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Go with the Gut: 7 Foods to Eat for Better Skin, Hair and Mood

Go with the Gut: 7 Foods to Eat for Better Skin, Hair and Mood By Dr. Christopher Calapai D.O. All symptoms of the body from thin, dull hair, and sallow skin, to acne breakouts, body aches and sluggish energy all point to the gut. Gut health is incredibly important making mindful eating an essential part of longevity and anti-aging. If you want to feel vibrant and maintain a youthful appearance up to 15 years younger than your actual age, start weaving these key foods into your diet. Garlic: When we have an overgrowth of candida in the gut we...

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Put the News on Snooze… Taking a Break is Healthy

Put the News on Snooze… Taking a Break is Healthy by Dr. Sanam Hafeez PsyD, Neuropsychologist Overloaded on bad news? You’re not alone. When we tune in to see what’s going on all we see is suffering from natural disasters, shootings, terror attacks, reports about economic uncertainty and a divided political climate, plus celebrity deaths and just mean people being mean. We hear about a tragedy or disaster and we become glued to our TV’s and news feeds growing more and more anxious as rapid updates flow in.   While it is important to be informed being a “news...

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4 Common Problems After Giving Birth

Post-Birth Issues & How to Help Your Baby Overcome Them After your baby has been born, you may notice some abnormalities that can be the cause for concern. Even though these abnormalities aren’t always dangerous, you still might wonder how you and your child will cope with them. Here are some of the most common post-birth issues and how you can help your baby overcome them. Amniotic Band Syndrome This condition occurs when certain body parts of a baby get trapped in fibrous amniotic bands while in the womb. Bands usually entrap a developing baby’s limbs or digits on...

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