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  • 3 Myths About Your Child's Lazy Eye

    Lazy eye or amblyopia is a common eye disorder that develops in young children. It causes your child's eye to become weak. If you believe your child may be suffering from lazy eye, check out these three myths and learn the truth about amblyopia.  Lazy Eye Is a Disease of the Eye First, lazy eye isn't a disease at all. It is a condition that can occur in perfectly healthy eyes.
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  • 3 Tips To Prepare Yourself For The Flu Shot

    With the fall season here, you may be decorating your home and planning for upcoming holiday gatherings. However, the fall is also an essential time to prepare for flu season. According to the CDC, this year's flu vaccination is an estimated 48 percent effective, so scheduling your shot is key to reducing you and your family's risk of the influenza virus. If you are like many people, you may be frightened over the idea of a shot, but proper preparation is helpful.
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  • 2 Tips For Losing Weight By Making Small Changes In Your Eating Habits

    If you have decided you want to lose some of your excess weight, you may think you have to radically change your diet to do so. However, there are small changes you can make in your eating habits that will help you shed off some of the pounds without having to do a complete diet makeover. Use Small Plastic Bags to Portion Out Snacks If you like to eat potato chips or other types of snacks while watching television, you may find yourself mindlessly eating.
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  • 3 Reasons To Utilize Orthopaedic Surgeon Videos

    One of the most useful resources at your disposal, if you are an orthopedic surgeon, is orthopedic surgery videos, mostly because of the various ways in which they can help you expand your knowledge base. Listed below are three reasons to utilize orthopedic surgeon videos. Learn New Procedures One of the biggest reasons to utilize orthopedic surgeon videos is the fact that it will out you to learn new procedures that you can use for the benefit of your own patients.
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  • 3 Smart Tips For Preventing Hernia Re-Injury

    Hernia surgery can't always be avoided, but you can keep recurring instances of hernia injury to a minimum. First and foremost, always follow the advice of your doctor so that you what your physical limitations are immediately after surgery. Some lifestyle changes may also be necessary so that you can fully recover after hernia surgery and ward against re-injury, but these adaptations will allow you to live pain free. 1. Minimize Bending, Lifting and Exerting Yourself Physically - Your surgeon will probably tell you that you should avoid heavy lifting, bending at the waist, or just generally pushing your body too hard in the days and perhaps even months after you have been operated on.
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