As your child gets older and realizes that they will be getting a vaccination shot when they go to the doctor for a check-up, it isn't uncommon for them to be afraid. After all, it's uncomfortable to get a shot. So, here are a few tips that will help you get your young one through their vaccinations at their upcoming well visits: #1: Try to Remain Calm. First of all, as a parent, you need to stay calm.
An eating disorder is a major health crisis, and there's been an effort in recent years to promote awareness of at least some eating disorders, like anorexia and bulimia. As a parent, it's easy to think that you know enough, and that you'd certainly be aware of it if your teenager had an eating disorder – you would think a thing like that would be hard to miss. However, it's often not so simple.
Varicose veins don't always need treatment, but if they are large, they may cause you pain, itching, or a feeling of heaviness in your legs. If your veins are bothersome, you should consider undergoing treatment to get relief. This is how your doctor may go about treating large varicose veins. Laser Treatments At one time, varicose vein treatments involved surgery that stripped the veins out of your leg. Now there are gentler treatment methods your doctor can consider.
Rabbits have a reputation for shyness and frailty, but they are also armed with teeth, claws, and the instincts needed to use them. A calm and well-adjusted rabbit usually won't see a reason to use its natural weapons, but bites and scratches do occur. If your pet has been lashing out more than usual today, a mean temperament may not be to blame. Instead, your rabbit may be suffering from a medical issue causing its aggressive behavior, and it will be up to you and your veterinarian to identify and correct the problem.
You absolutely love plums, but after eating them, you always get a familiar little tingle in your tongue. You shrug it off, thinking it's a normal reaction, but soon, you begin to experience more symptoms. Suddenly, your nose runs furiously while eating your favorite fruit, and you begin to get a tickle in your throat. This is a common phenomenon for many Americans, and it's known as oral allergy syndrome. To learn more about the condition and what you can do to prevent the symptoms, read on.