Pharmacy Delivery Limitations: What Medicines Cannot Be Delivered To Your Home

Pharmacy delivery is nothing new under the sun. In fact, it was once quite common for medicines to be ordered over the phone and hand-delivered to the customer. The delivery people were rarely adults, but young kids looking to earn a few pennies. It was not until the late twentieth century that pharmaceutical drugs were no longer delivered by children, but by adults only. Now, there are also limitations on which drugs may be delivered to your home. Read More 

Three Pitfalls To Avoid When You’re Trying To Remove Dust From A Room

If you want to mitigate your dust allergies, you'll have to work hard to make sure that your home is as free as possible from dust. While removing dust from a particular room in your home may seem like a simple task, there are a number of common mistakes that might cause you to overlook certain dirty areas. So before starting on your cleaning, familiarize yourself with these three dust cleaning pitfalls. Read More 

3 Reasons To Take A Child To Occupational Therapy

Every person has some sort of occupation or job. A child's occupation is to grow and learn. Some children seem to easily grow and achieve developmental milestones, while others might have more challenges achieving these milestones. That is why there is occupational therapy. An occupational therapist helps a child with things what they need to stay on track with their peers. Here are a couple of reasons that a child might see an occupational therapist. Read More 

Child Care And Cold Season: How To Help Your Child Escape Daycare Uninfected

Child care centers can be breeding grounds for bacteria, especially during cold and flu season. After all, many young children know very little about germs and how to avoid spreading germs from one child to the next. Consequently, it is not uncommon for a toddler to wipe their running nose while simultaneously picking up a toy that will played with by dozens of other children throughout the course of the day. Read More 

ACL Tear: Causes, Treatment And Prevention

When it comes to sports injuries, a torn ACL is a very common one. The ACL is the anterior cruciate ligament, which is one of the primary knee ligaments. It is responsible for keeping the knee stable and is often the cause of a knee "giving out." People who have a torn ACL often choose to have surgery, but that is not the only treatment option available. Here are some things to know about having an ACL tear and what treatments are available. Read More