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  • Reducing The Symptoms Of Hay Fever When Pollen Is Abundant

    If you suffer from hay fever  due to the release of pollen from trees, you are likely to want relief as quickly as possible when symptoms strike. There are a few steps you can take when pollen levels are expected to be high to help in minimizing the suffering you usually experience. Here are some tips you can use during high-pollen times to help keep hay fever symptoms at bay.
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  • Pool Time Is Coming: How To Care For Your Child's Swimmer's Ear

    Summer vacation is just around the corner. If you have children, they're probably getting ready for the swimming pool. If your kids suffer from swimmer's ear, their enjoyment of the water may be seriously curtailed by the discomfort associated with frequent ear aches. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to help alleviate the discomfort so your kids can enjoy the swimming pool again. Keep Ears Dry When it comes to swimmer's ear, the best thing you can do is keep things dry.
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  • Veterans, Did War Leave You Snoring?

    This isn't about the downtime by deployments or trivializing the worst firefights in modern conflict, but have you been sleeping well? Military service members rotating from combat, shore duty, mechanical work, intense training, and R&R (rest and relaxation) go through a lot of uncomfortable changes because they have to, but there's no rule saying you can't fix it. Especially if you're out of the military now, it's time to do some maintenance on your joints, diet, and especially the way you breathe.
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  • Three Tips for Helping Your Preschool-Age Child Adapt to Hearing Aids

    Getting used to wearing hearing aids can be tough at any age. However, it's especially a challenge for preschool-age children who aren't old enough to fully understand why they need to wear hearing aids while none of their peers are wearing them. To help your child adjust, try implementing these tips and tactics. Start at home. Going into a noisy environment with hearing aids can be overwhelming at first. Your child may be completely overcome by all of the noises they suddenly hear around them.
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