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FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories – For When Your Infant Can’t or Won’t Take Liquid Medication

We have gotten lucky with Sienna as far as sickness goes – for most of her first year, she didn’t get sick. She had a fever once before her first birthday, and we got it down just by giving her a cool bath. One other time she had a bit of bronchitis, but that also...
Posted On 18 Feb 2015

50 Shades of Sleep: How Lack of sleep Can Effect Your Body

We live in an age where we’re all thirsting for constant information, change, and time. Even I can say that I’ve been guilty of sacrificing sleep to stay competitive in the rat race or to meet a late night deadline. While those sleepless nights may not effect us short...
Posted On 17 Feb 2015

Your Body and Metabolism are Slowing Down: Now What?

Metabolism is defined as every chemical process that occurs in your body in order for you to stay alive. But here we’ll be talking about your body’s ability to turn food and fat into usable energy. As you have probably noticed teenagers can eat an ungodly amount of food...
Posted On 12 Feb 2015

Metabolism Realities: 5 Ways to Avoid Overeating

Overeating can be the result of a wide variety of factors, ranging from habits that a person grew up with to nervousness or stress. When overeating is not addressed, those that are looking to lose weight, or become healthier will often find themselves at a complete standstill....

4 Leading Approaches for Removal of Skin Tags

Several people suffer from skin tag problems. These are small tumours, which usually show up in the folds of the skin. Skin tags are not harmful but can be painful or can cause skin irritation by constantly rubbing on another skin/clothing. The most common areas where skin tags...
Posted On 19 Jan 2015

Brain Foods to Boost Your Brain Power

Eating healthy can be very beneficial for all part of the body, especially for the brain. It is important to keep it always sharp, so that you can work faster and avoid any unpleasant stressful situation. For extra brain power it is not necessary to take any vitamins or special...
Posted On 16 Dec 2014

Preparing For A Family: Help Maintain Healthy Sperm Quality With Proxeed Plus

My husband and I were fairly lucky when it came to becoming pregnant — we didn’t have any problems with conceiving. We did suffer some miscarriages, but in the grand scheme of things, I consider us very lucky because we were able to have our beautiful daughter (and son on...
Posted On 12 Dec 2014

New Year: New You: New Smile With Crest Whitestrips: Check Out My Results

It’s that time of the year again, a time where you reflect and wonder… hmm, how can I be better for the next year? I really don’t believe in making resolutions because I think they don’t hold as much accountability for most of us. However, I do believe in...
Posted On 11 Dec 2014

Seven Signs of Cancer all Women Should Be Aware Of

Cancer in women can occur at any age. A majority of cancer cases, however, is seen women of 30-55 age groups. The body of a woman undergoes many major changes throughout life. After puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, a woman’s body goes through several hormonal changes. While...

Understanding Your Health Care Options: How Health Care and Taxes Come Together With TurboTax

For many people the Affordable Care Act was hard to understand, but health care is such an important topic that I wanted to help empower you with some knowledge about how things will effect your taxes in 2015. I think the first step is understanding this questions, What Is The...
Posted On 21 Nov 2014

Let’s Discuss Sensitive Bladders Ladies: #PeeHappens and You Are NOT Alone! #NoBigDeal

Although this post is sponsored for Always Discreet through my relationship with the Quality Blue Community, all opinions are my own. I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. When I received the opportunity to work with Always Discreet on the #PeeHappens...
Posted On 20 Nov 2014