Style For Safety: Accessories For Your Pregnancy

Once that test tells you that you're pregnant, you know that the next nine months of your life are going to be filled with changes, doctor appointments, dietary restrictions, and weight fluctuations. While a wonderful experience, pregnancy can be hard on your body — and make it hard to take care of yourself the way you need to in order to keep yourself healthy and strong for your baby. But what if there was a way to keep yourself safe through an avenue that didn't involve prenatal vitamins and checkups? [Read More]

What Happens After You Receive A Diagnosis Of Cancer

If you have just received a diagnosis of cancer, you will want to know more about the next steps are that you need to take. This way, while you try to mentally and emotionally come to terms with what this means for you, you will know what steps you will be embarking on soon. Here are some of the things that will happen: Find Out How Long You Have Before You Must Make A Decision Regarding Treatment [Read More]

Mental Health Improvements That You'll Notice upon Getting Clean

When you've been using drugs but are working toward getting clean with the help of a treatment program, you'll soon be able to notice a number of health improvements. For starters, your physical health may be noticeably better. You may put on weight that you'd lost during your addiction, and you face may appear more vibrant and less gaunt. Internally, your lungs, liver, heart, and other organs may also get healthier. [Read More]

How An Empathy Doll Can Be Beneficial For Your Parent's Dementia Or Alzheimer's

Have you ever heard of an empathy doll? These therapy tools are often used with autistic children to help them develop empathy and appropriate behaviors when socializing. Empathy dolls can also be used for aging people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Some people may be misinformed and think it strange or demeaning that an elderly person would have a doll. However, studies have found that doll therapy can greatly help these patients better relate to their world and to others. [Read More]