How to Detect Vision Problems in Your Baby

There is so much to worry about in the first year of your baby's life. What to feed him, how long to let him nap, what it means when he cries, or how to keep him from putting everything in his mouth. One of the last things you may be looking for is how well he sees. However, your doctor is already looking for signs of abnormal eye and vision development at various ages and you should be too. [Read More]

Run Don't Walk! 3 Medical Emergencies You Should Always Call An Ambulance For

Unfortunately, accidents and illness are unavoidable. Everyone gets hurt or becomes sick at some point during their lives.While there are many things that will land you in the emergency room, not all of them necessitate an ambulance ride. If you're suffering from the flu and can't seem to keep liquids down, you can have someone drive you to the emergency room. However, there are a few emergencies that require the immediate medical attention given by paramedics on scene. [Read More]

3 Dont's When Heading Out For A Jog

While you might want to get into the best shape of your life, you have to go about it the right way to prevent any injuries from occurring. You cannot simply head out and rush full force into a new exercise regimen. It takes time to build up stamina and endurance. Don't expect to be able to run a couple miles right out of the gate. Regardless of how much you want to rush into your new exercise program, you want to make sure you don't make one of the costly mistakes below. [Read More]

Stocking Your First Aid Kit When You Have Kids

If you've got children, you know just how prone they can be to accidents and illnesses. Cuts, bumps, bruises, scrapes, sniffles, sneezes and fevers are all frequently on your "make it better list." Unfortunately, a kiss from mom or dad isn't always enough to make it all better, and there is nothing worse than going to your first aid kit and discovering that you don't have what you need to help your kiddo. [Read More]