Is A Ponytail Facelift In Your Future?

Most women realize the benefits of pulling their hair into a tight ponytail. When you pull your hair high and tight, you help to lift your cheeks, brows, and jowls. This helps to reduce the signs of aging in your face. You can now achieve these results permanently with a minimally invasive procedure called a ponytail facelift. What Is A Ponytail Facelift? The ponytail facelift is a surgical procedure created by Dr. Read More 

Helping Your Child With Growing Pains: What You Should Know

As a parent, you want to ensure that your children are as happy, healthy, and pain-free as possible. However, sometimes you cannot prevent every pain they experience. For example, when your child experiences growing pains, there is nothing that you can do to prevent them. This does not mean that you cannot try to help you child feel better as they experience growing pains. There are a variety of ways that you can help your child cope with the aches and pains associated with a growth spurt. Read More 

Three Signs That It’s Time To Book A Hearing Test

When your ability to clearly hear decreases to the point at which you need one or two hearing aids, the process might not happen suddenly. If your hearing goes downhill over time, you might not realize the degree to which you're struggling with hearing what's around you. Visiting a hearing specialist for a test -- and getting hearing aids to restore your hearing -- can drastically improve your quality of life. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Interim Foster Care

Finding out that you are pregnant at a young age can be frightening. Some young, expectant mothers are unsure whether or not keeping their child is a viable option. Making this type of decision can be overwhelming when you are dealing with the physical strain of pregnancy. Rather than making any hard and fast decision while you are in an emotional state, you might want to consider interim foster care as a solution. Read More 

With Great Technology Comes Conditions Like Computer Vision Syndrome

Computers changed the world and in doing so, also created some medical problems for millions of people working jobs that entail sitting in front of a computer most of the day. The eye strain caused by a computer monitor is a lot different that the eye strain caused by reading the pages in a book. If you work on a computer every day, learning more about how to protect your vision while doing so is extremely important. Read More