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Tips For Supporting Your Husband Through Infertility

Infertility is not just a problem that women have. It can also be a problem that men experience. However, it can be different for a man experiencing it because it is not as socially acceptable for him to talk about it with his friends. Women can talk more freely about their infertility and get help from their peers, whereas men tend to keep more of their feelings bottled up inside. Here are some tips for supporting your husband through infertility so that he can get the love and support he needs to process his emotions and get through it. Read More 

Think You Found A Lump In Your Breast? What You Can Do Next

If you perform monthly breast exams, it can be extremely disconcerting to find a lump in your breast tissue. While this may cause you a great deal of concern and worry, there are steps that you can and should take before you jump to the breast cancer conclusion. Get to know some of these steps so that you can be sure of what the lump in your breast is and is not so that you can then develop a plan for dealing with the issue quickly and effectively. Read More 

Making Your Child’s First Eye Exam A Good Experience

Eye exams for children begin as early as six months old when their pediatrician checks to ensure the baby's vision is sharpening properly. If there is an issue, your pediatrician may recommend taking your infant to an eye doctor at the time. But most children begin having regular eye exams around age three. By then, their eyes are typically finished growing and developing, and your eye doctor will be able to tell if your child will need eyeglasses before starting school. Read More 

Four Ways To Help Prevent Shin Splints As You Ease Back Into Running

If you've taken a break from running but are now thinking of getting back into the sport, one of the injuries you'll need to watch out for is shin splints. This pain and soreness stems from irritation of the soft tissues to either side of your shin bone. It's common among runners who take time off and then rebuild their mileage. Thankfully, there are a few simple ways to reduce your risk of shin splints as you get back on the road. Read More 

Tips For Camping Comfortably With Allergies

If you love camping and hiking but suffer from allergies, you may think you will have to wait until after the spring pollen burst is over. If your allergies are more severe, it may seem like winter is the only safe option. Fortunately, there are ways to enjoy camping on your own schedule instead of that of your allergies. The following tips can help. Tip #1: Take a buddy For those with severe anaphylactic reactions to things commonly encountered when camping and hiking, such as bees, it may be a good idea to limit your trips to those that you can take with a buddy. Read More