Thursday, June 22, 2017

Tips on How to Make Your Home a Healthier Place to Live

Your home should be a safe and healthy place to relax, rest, entertain and sleep in. Unfortunately, this is not always the case in many modern homes and there are many potential dangers that you may not be aware of. However, once you identify these potential risks to your health and the health of others, you can take steps to prevent the worst-case scenarios from happening. Below are some of the dangers you should look out for and address as quickly as possible.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Tips on How to Pamper Your Post Baby Body

How to Pamper Your Post Baby Body 

If you have recently given birth, you may still be adjusting to your post-baby body. This can be tough to do as your body has essentially been put through the wringer. In addition, you now have the responsibility of having to watch over and take care of your newborn. All of this can leave you feeling pretty rundown. Of course this will not do either you or your baby any good. It is time for an intervention – you are going to need to pamper your body and start to feel good about yourself. Here is how you can go about doing this: 

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tips on using Dulera in order to prevent asthma attacks

Asthma is one of the worst allergic manifestations. It is especially notorious for its episodes of asthma attacks. These attacks can be very debilitating sometimes even causing death. 

Have in mind that asthma attack never happens without prior warning. There are certain signs which our body sends that can warn us of immediate danger. They can help you prevent it and in some cases, even
save your own life.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Hey you! How we gonna tame you down? Part II

Hey you! How we gonna tame
you down? Part II
Copyright © 2015 Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz
Last month, we explored your child’s need for repetition of
naming words for all those wild-and-outta-control
things, or nouns.

We addressed how a call-and-response game, such as
“I Spy,” helps you model naming words so that
your baby, toddler, or any age pre-verbal or ELL
child can learn to imitate your talk.

Your comments confirmed the importance of modeling
oral language to share knowledge of the world
with your child!

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

MediSafe Medication Reminder App Review

I received compensation for my work on this campaign. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.

When it comes to taking medicine everyday, I can honestly say that I am one to forget. I mean, it happens to everyone. But when you are prescribed a certain kind of medication and you have to take it daily, it's best that you don' miss a dose. I know with the medicine that the doctor has me taking right now, if I miss a dose for a period of time, I have to throw out the rest of the pills I in that pack, even if it's has a couple weeks in it and start the next pack. Which is something I would not want to do! We all know how expensive medications can get and throwing any away is basically the same as throwing money in the garbage.

Now, the medication my doctor prescribed me is called Microgestin which is the birth control pill. No I am not taking it to prevent pregnancy. My doctor has me taking it to prevent me from getting anymore ovarian cysts and to balance my hormones since they seem to be out of control... I feel like it's doing some progress, but I still think there is something else wrong with my body. But I basically just started this medication even though I'm about 2 months into it. For those of you that have used or are using the pill, you know that once you take that first pill, you have to take it everyday at the same time. I mean, it's not so bad, but once in a while you tend to forget because your preoccupied with something and then the whole routine gets screwed up.