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Retinopathy In Preemies | A Guide To Understanding The Role Of An Optometrist

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If your son or daughter was born at or before 31 weeks of pregnancy, he or she almost undoubtedly needed to spend time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which is also known as the NICU. Those treatments, while essential for improving your baby’s odds of survival, could also put your baby at a higher risk of developing a serious vision problem.  Therefore, if you suspect that your baby’s vision is not as it should be, it is a good idea to discuss your concerns with an experienced optometrist or another eye doctor at your earliest opportunity.…

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Banish The Bile: 3 Natural Cures For Stomach Ulcers

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The occasional bout of heartburn or acid reflux is one thing, but when it lasts for days – weeks – months, you may have a stomach ulcer on your hands. Officially called peptic ulcers, these nasty little buggers make it hard to eat your favorite foods, can cause indigestion, and disrupt your normal daily routine with bouts of stomach pain. But what if there was a way to cure your ulcer with common ingredients founds around your home?…

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3 Services Your New Family Physician Center Should Feature If You Have Young Children

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Looking for a new family physician center to care for your loved ones? Here are a few services your new care provider should offer: A Children’s Corner It’s a good idea to make sure that the family physician you choose to work with features a children’s corner in the waiting room that will keep your little ones occupied when you’re waiting to see the doctor. The children’s corner should be cordoned off from the rest of the waiting room with short walls or toddler gates so you can keep an eye on your little one without having to sit in the area or worry about them wandering outside of the space.…

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