Memorials are never easy; after all, goodbyes are hard, especially for those we love. But memorials provide an important opportunity for you to make peace with a few things. That can be something as minor as reminiscing over an old memory with a few friends, or it can be something far more difficult, like forgiving wrongs that have torn large rifts in your family for decades. Whatever the case may be, you need to be ready for what the day presents to you, and there are a few key attitudes you should walk into the memorial with that will help you be prepared.
27 February 2020
Christmas can be the most wonderful time of the year for you and your children—as long as you take precautions to keep everyone safe. Here are three tips related to risk reduction and first aid that will help keep your child out of the ho-ho-hospital this festive season. Buy Age-Appropriate Gifts Watching your children open all their toys is one of the biggest joys of Christmas for any parent. However, when buying those toys, it's crucial that you make sure they're age-appropriate.
5 December 2019
More and more people are now treating themselves to a procedure that is commonly referred to as 'eyebrow feathering'; this involves using tattoo-like equipment to draw lines that look like brow hairs in order to make a person's eyebrows look fuller and tidier. Here are two of the mistakes that are made by the people who decide to have this cosmetic procedure done. Not taking their future hair colouring plans into consideration
11 October 2019
If you're worried about a growth on your skin, then your skin cancer clinic may have recommended that you have a biopsy to check the growth out. Depending on the growth itself, the clinic may book you in for an incisional or an excisional procedure. What's the difference between the two? What Is an Incisional Skin Biopsy? If you have an incisional biopsy, then your doctor only needs to remove part of the growth for testing.
30 August 2019
Are you a laptop warrior? This is somebody who may frequently travel for work and will need to engage with their laptop in a hotel room or shared workspace in order to achieve their objectives. They may have a home office environment which is set up properly for the times when they are back at base, but they don't pay as much attention to their body's configuration when they're on the road.
20 May 2019
If you develop some symptoms and visit your doctor, and he or she suspects you have a problem with your brain, further tests will be done to confirm the suspicions. Some of the problems that can be identified may include tumours or cancer in the brain, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, seizures, movement disorders, aneurysms etc. You may also be referred to a neurologist or a neurosurgeon. What Are Some of the Tests You Can Expect?
20 May 2019
When a medical centre offers multicultural healthcare, it has special services, amenities and practices in place to appeal to people from all kinds of cultures. Wondering if this approach to healthcare is right for your family? Here are some of the elements you may want to consider. 1. Multicultural Healthcare Providers Understand Your Background When a healthcare provider commits to a multicultural approach, they take time to learn about the culture of the patients they see.
25 March 2019