How Compounding Pharmacists Can Help Autistic Children Who Need Medicine

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Parenting an autistic child has many challenges, and one of the more difficult ones is when your child becomes ill. It's sometimes hard for a child with autism to understand what's happening when they feel unwell, and a big part of that is the changes that are necessary for them to get better. Medicine is particularly challenging for parents of autistic children, and getting them to take medication that will help them isn't always easy.
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Three Signs You Should Visit a Skin Clinic

Posted on: 13 September 2017

If you're not happy with your skin's appearance, you may find that the treatments available at your local skin clinic can help. From long-lasting acne scars to an uneven skin tone, there are multiple reasons to pay a visit to your local clinic. You're not happy with your skin's uneven tone While wrinkles play a big part in showing your age, your skin tone has a role too. Over the years, spending lots of time in the sun, acne, and exposure to pollutants causes uneven pigmentation, which may make you look tired or older than you are.
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2 Ways to Keep Your Child's Ear Dry After Atresia Repair

Posted on: 8 September 2017

If you've decided ear surgery is the best option to repair your child's congenital aural atresia, it's a good idea to start preparing for the procedure in advance. In particular, one thing you need to know is how to keep your little one's ear dry once the surgery is over. Most surgeons will recommend keeping the ear canal free of water for a month or two after the procedure to ensure the canal heals without infection.
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Who Should Take Basic First Aid Training?

Posted on: 5 September 2017

Basic first aid and emergency response training may be required of some types of employees, even if they're not necessarily a medical professional. This might include anyone employed in a dental office or clinic, those who are qualifying for certain construction and contracting work, those running a nursing home or day-care and the like. Even if you're not required to take a basic first aid training class by your employer, you may still want to sign up for such a course, to protect yourself and your family at home and elsewhere.
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