Affordable Braces: Fixing Your Child’s Teeth Without Breaking Your Budget

Getting braces for your child can be a very expensive endeavor.  Depending on the type of braces and the extensiveness of the repair needed, the price of orthodontics can range anywhere from $3,000 to $10,000.  This may be more than the typical family can manage to pay for, especially if there are multiple children in the family needing orthodontics.  So what can you do to make your treatment more affordable, while still receiving quality care? Read More 

Useful Gifts For People With Cancer

If someone you know or love has cancer, you are probably at your wit's end trying to figure out how you can help. Many other people are probably feeling the same way about them. As a result, the person who has the cancer is probably being bombarded with fruit baskets, unhelpful advice that comes with good intentions, and far more visitors then he or she is really prepared to deal with. Read More 

4 Things Parents Need To Know About Mumps

Mumps is a potentially serious viral illness that usually affects children, but adults can get it, too. It's spread in the same way as the common cold and the flu are (droplets from sneezes and coughs), so it's very easy to catch. Here's what you need to know about this illness. What are the symptoms of mumps? Mumps doesn't always cause symptoms. About a third of people with mumps may not even know that they have it, while the rest will suffer from moderate to severe symptoms. Read More 

How To Fix Your Small Teeth With Veneers

When you smile, you feel like nobody can even see your teeth. If your adult teeth seem more childlike and tiny and you want a bigger, more noticeable smile, veneers may work well for you. Discover how you can transform the shape of your teeth into a smile you can really love. Why You Have Small Teeth Small permanent teeth that don't develop all the way is a common condition called anodontia. Read More 

Stay-At-Home Moms Of Toddlers: Tips For Recovering From Foot Surgery

Stay-at-home moms of toddlers have busy hectic lives, and they may not feel like they even have time to recover from foot surgery. If you have recently had foot surgery, you need to listen to your doctors orders and take it easy. To manage that as a stay-at-home mom with a toddler in the house, check out these tips: 1. Replace crutches with hands-free mobility options After a foot surgery, it is critical to keep your weight off your foot. Read More