Child Therapy Myths Parents Should Avoid Believing

Parents will often find that raising a child will be a constant learning process as the needs of a child can be seemingly endless. Unfortunately, some parents will unintentionally fail to meet some of these needs due to having bad information. Mental health is a healthcare topic that is often poorly understood. Myth: Only Children With Severe Mental Illness Require Therapy There is an assumption that a child will only need to undergo therapy if a clear mental illness is present or been diagnosed. Read More 

Time For Your Child To Hit The Range With You? 4 Pieces Of Equipment They’re Going To Need

If it's time to start taking your child to the range, they're going to need their own gear. Now that they're old enough to hit the range with you, they're old enough to pack their own gear. If this will be your first time preparing a child for range time, you might not know what they'll need. The list provided below will help you gear up your child for their first trip to the range. Read More 

3 Golden Rules For Acing Your MCAT

Preparing for the MCAT? You likely know how important it is to do well. The results of your MCAT impact your acceptance to medical schools and your eligibility for scholarships and other aid. It's not an overstatement to say that doing well on the MCAT can change the course of your medical career. Don't get too stressed, though. The good news is that there are steps you can take to prepare yourself and improve your MCAT performance. Read More 

Three Tips For Improving Your Heart Health Naturally

Heart problems prevent a huge risk factor in today's society, due to our unhealthy diets and sedentary lifestyle. For this reason, you need to take every preventative measure possible to keep your heart at its best. When you are able to manage your heart health, you'll be in a better position to avoid heart attack, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke and other issues. With this in mind, read on and apply these tips so that you can keep your heart as healthy as possible. Read More 

Switching Doctors? Here’s What To Bring On Your First Appointment

Switching doctors can be tough. A good, long-standing relationship with your primary care physician is vitally important in maintaining your health—he or she is your source of preventive care and your first line of defense against illness. Unfortunately, many people are required to switch doctors because of moving, doctors retiring, or work switching insurance carriers. To ensure that your transition is as seamless as possible, here's what you need to bring with you on your first appointment with your new doctor. Read More