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Using Technology To Get You Healthier

Changing your diet and doing more exercise are the two best ways to lose weight. But, that doesn't mean that you can't take advantage of technology to help you lose the kilos. From activity trackers to the latest in exercise equipment, my blog is all about how best to use technology to take your weight loss efforts to a new level. There are so many apps, devices and techniques which target weight loss, the choice of where to begin is overwhelming. But, my blog posts will make all the techno mumbo-jumbo easier to understand, so you can decide how to make technology work best for you.

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Trying to find the right child psychologist for your kids is sometimes an overwhelming process. With dozens of therapies available, it's difficult to determine whether the sea of faces in front of you contains a professional who can help your child. From determining their wants and needs to identifying the right therapies, there are lots of factors for you to consider. Choose a child psychologist who is accessible In a hectic world, logistics almost always come into play when choosing a counselor. Read More 

The Importance of Reducing Caregiver Stress

Caring for the elderly could be very different in the not too distant future if you consider the Japanese government's plan to have four out of five care recipients receiving some form of robot assistance by 2020. Though interesting, this strategy is of little comfort if you currently offer respite care to an elderly family member or friend and feel overwhelmed by your responsibilities at time. Don't overlook your own mental health, as your stress levels could arguably diminish your abilities to provide the level of care you no doubt want to give to your loved one. Read More 

Symptoms That Might Indicate That You Are Suffering From Labyrinthitis

Labyrinthitis is a disorder which results from an infection which affects the inner ear, especially the nerves which connect the inner ear to the brain. The infection creates a disruption to the way in which information is transmitted from the ear to the brain. The infection is typically caused by viruses, but can also be caused by bacteria. Labyrinthitis occurs when both branches of the vestibulocochlear nerve are affected, which causes hearing changes and other symptoms. Read More 

A Short Guide to Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

Taking part in sporting activities is a healthy and worthwhile pastime, but there are certain injuries that can occur while playing sports. As WebMD points out, the tearing of the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee is one of the most common. This can be a painful and inconvenient injury, which many people know little about. This short guide describes the cause of ACL injuries, the symptoms, the diagnosis and how they are treated. Read More 

Avoid These Mistakes When Taking a Prescription Medication

If your doctor has prescribed any type of medication for you, it's vital that you pay close attention to his or her instructions on how and when to take that medication and what to avoid while taking it. This will ensure that you get the most benefit from taking that pill or syrup or other prescription. Beyond his or her instructions, however, you might note a few mistakes that you will want to avoid when taking prescription medication, and ask your doctor about any concerns you have about what they've prescribed. Read More