Flu season is different every year, and it’s important to make sure you’re ready.
Even the healthiest people can get very sick from influenza because it affects everyone differently. So what can you do to prevent getting the flu? Look into getting the flu shot. » Read more about: Should I Get a Flu Shot? »
With all the trials and tribulations of a growing family, managing eczema in children is not a welcome addition. Children with eczema present a whole new litany of challenges beyond the normal ones.
If you are a newcomer to this challenge, here are some tips on how to manage eczema in children and help to make life a little more manageable for you too. » Read more about: How To Manage Eczema In Children »
Chicken soup, lots of rest, and fluids were always mom’s remedies when family members were sick. While these common practices are helpful up to a point, the best remedy is to know why someone is sick, and then seek appropriate treatment. » Read more about: What’s The Difference Between The Cold, Flu, And Sinus Infections? »
If you’re going to the beach or you’re heading outside for a day in the sun, the first thing you should do is apply sunscreen. It helps block harmful UV rays that can cause burns, blisters, and even skin cancer. But, should sunscreen be applied to a newborn baby’s skin? New studies suggest that sunblock isn’t safe for infants, and here are the reasons why. » Read more about: What You Need to Know About Babies & Sunscreen »