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9 Early Signs Of Parkinson’s Disease You Should Never, Ever Ignore
Symptom #4: Trouble With Balance
Symptom #5: Loss Of Facial Expression
Symptom #5: Dragging Feet Or Shuffling Walk
Symptom #7: Muffled Speech
Symptom #8: Difficulty Thinking Clearly
Symptom #9: Trouble With Automatic Functions
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Thursday, December 08, 2016
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Friday, October 28, 2016
7 Signs Your Upper Respiratory Infection is Actually Pneumonia
2. Your heart beating faster than normal. Anything over 100 beats per minute is considered a rapid heart rate. If it persists, seek medical attention.
3. A tightening of the chest and pain. Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs. The pain is a signal that the URI has developed into something more serious.
4. A cough is consistently wet and rattly, this could mean that the URI has turned into pneumonia. If you have a cough that keeps bringing up mucus and doesn’t bring relief, you may have pneumonia.
5. If mucus being produced by your cough is tinged with blood or has a rusty color, this is a potential sign that the discharge is coming from deep in the lungs, which indicates a lower respiratory infection such as pneumonia. Let your doctor know about this change as it may require a different course of treatment.
6. Chills are a sign of fever and that the body is working overtime to regulate temperature. This is a sign that an upper respiratory infection has developed into pneumonia.
7. If your breathing becomes shallow or labored, you may have pneumonia. This is a serious symptom that may require a nebulizer breathing treatment in order to open the lungs. Consult your physician immediately to avoid further issues from oxygen deprivation such as lightheadedness, blood flow issues, or losing consciousness.
Check it out here: http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/7-signs-your-upper-respiratory-infection-is-actually-pneumonia/ss-AAj2s9C?li=BBnb7Kz#image=1
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Friday, August 26, 2016
25 Ways to Say 'No' to Your Kids Without Actually Saying No
"If you've ever found yourself in a scenario with your children in which their whining and crying is coming at you from every direction and you're spitting a million noes at them, you know that's typically an inefficient way of communicating. It's hard to say "no" to our kids, but sometimes we simply have to.
For example, instead of screaming, "No," if your child is asking for candy before lunch, offer them a choice to have one piece now or a few pieces after they eat all of their meal. Or if your child is throwing Legos across the room at your head, tell them that's not how to play, it's making you sad that they're hitting you, and offer to help them build something or show them how to play correctly.
This definitely takes more time, but using one of these positive alternatives to no (tweaked to fit your situation appropriately) will help you and your children to communicate much more efficiently overall.
Here, 25 ways to say no without actually using that dreaded one-syllable word."
1. Let me show you how to do it.
2. I know you want to, but we can't right now.
3. I can help you.
4. Let's take a minute to think about this.
5. That isn't going to work.
6. Maybe some other time.
7. Let's do this instead.
8. Tell me more.
9. That's not how we are going to do it.
10. I can't let you.
11. Let's try something different.
12. Can you show me how we are supposed to do that?
13. Come away from there.
14. That isn't yours - let's find yours.
15. What is our rule?
16. I'd be disappointed if you did that.
17. Is there another way to do that?
18. That's not the best choice.
19. Not right now.
20. What do you think the answer is?
21. You know better.
22. I wish we could, but we can't.
23. How about this?
24. There's a better way to do that.
25. That isn't safe.
Friday, July 08, 2016
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