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Pursuing a Nursing Career After Being a Stay-at-Home Dad

You love your children dearly, but you have so much that you can do and offer to others that it would be a shame not to realize your full potential. You have a caring and nurturing side, and you also have a desire to help others. Nurturing your desire and passion for a career in …

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How to Make Your Home More Autism Friendly

Anyone who has children with autism knows how stressful and challenging it can be sometimes. You also know how rewarding it can be too. A child with autism can be far more sensitive than other children, and they need extra care and attention to avoid sensory overload. To ensure that they feel safe and secure …

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Career Advice for Carers

Whether the care you provide is for older people or specific care such as autism and other special and additional needs care, if you are a stay-at-home care provider, any career-specific advice will be essential for your career development.  Care work is one of the most difficult career options or sectors to navigate and has …

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What Are the Benefits of Natural Dental Care?

Natural elements can help you with the long-term damage of using topical items. When it comes to dental care, the mouth may be sensitive to specific ingredients. Natural oral care can provide a better alternative with components that don’t cause adverse effects. Here are some benefits of using natural dental care.  It Doesn’t Include Nasty …

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How You Can Make Moving Home with Children Easier

Moving home is super stressful at any time of your life, and when you add children to the mix, you can be sure that there is never a dull moment. Even when you move house with small children, the hurdles and obstacles you face can leave you questioning your decision. So, just what can you …

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How to Know if Your Child Needs Mental Rehab: Things to Look For

Children’s mental health disorders occur when there is a significant change in the way a child behaves, learns or handles their emotions. This often leads to distress of some type, creating difficulty in day-to-day tasks. Behavior disorders, anxiety and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) are the most common, though others can occur, including depression and bipolar disorder. …

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10 Important Things To Do After You Purchase A New Family Home

Purchasing a new family home can be comparable to completing a marathon. Before you walk through the front door, you must complete numerous stages and sign multiple documents. When it’s all over, and you have your keys in hand, you might feel relieved, but don’t relax just yet. There are still a few things you …

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The Truth About Vaccines (Feat. Heather Brandt, Ph.D, St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center) S4E16

My guest today is Heather Brandt, Ph.D. Heather is the Director, HPV Cancer Prevention Program, Co-associate Director for Outreach, St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center, Member, Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Vaccines are a hot topic once again because of COVID. There is so much misinformation floating around about …

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