Nearly half of all parents get their children’s liquid medication doses wrong. In fact, one study found that four out of five parents made at least one error when using either a dosing cup or oral syringe and the miscalculations ranged from small to more than twice as much as directed. This would be a problem when administering medication to anyone, and it is especially … [Read more...] about Avoid Liquid Medication Mismeasurements
What if there were a pill you could take that would make you feel better, increase your energy level, and add years to your life. And it was safe to take, no matter your age, gender, or physical ability. Would you take it? Well, what if it wasn’t a pill, but instead a program tailored to your specific health needs – and all it cost was a little time and … [Read more...] about How Prescriptive Fitness can change your life
When was the last time you saw your doctor? For most people, it was the last time they were sick or had some sort of physical issue. Going to the doctor is usually the answer to some sort of problem that has recently cropped up.But what if we told you that going to the doctor consistently and frequently, even when you feel perfectly fine, could actually help prevent future … [Read more...] about How often should you see your doctor?
Who is the happiest person you know? Who’s that one person in your life, be it a colleague at work, a longtime friend or family member, who always seems to be wearing a smile and radiating positivity whenever you see them? Now answer this: Do you envy that person or are you annoyed by them? We may not all go through life thinking everything is sunshine and rainbows, but … [Read more...] about 6 Small Ways to Improve Your Mood
Are you nervous about vaccinating your kids? Are you having trouble separating the myths from the truth? So why do parents choose not to vaccinate their children? It's largely due to the spread of misinformation. Vaccines cause autism:This line of thinking originated with a 1997 study that suggested that the Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine was causing autism in … [Read more...] about Childhood Vaccinations Myths and Truths
Big Bear, CA - On Sunday, August 27, at the home of Kent and Linda Ricchiuti-Stalcup, Helen Walsh was honored as the recipient of the inaugural Helen Walsh Humanitarian Award. The purpose of this award is to honor those individuals who have provided exceptional support of the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District Foundation and other community organizations that support the … [Read more...] about Helen Walsh Honored