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What to Do After a Car Accident

What to Do After a Car Accident

Car accidents can have long-term, debilitating effects on one’s mental and physical health. Depending on the severity of the accident and the situation under which it occurred, the road ahead might be expensive and tedious, adding to the challenge of healing yourself. Here are some things you must do after a car accident to take care of yourself.

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Integrative Care & Women’s Health

Integrative Care & Women’s Health

Wouldn’t it be comforting to know that your OB-GYN, therapist, and primary care doctor all knew how you were doing as soon as you walked into your appointment? Most of your personal health information should get back to your primary care doctor, as they’re the ones who connect you to various specialists, but that communication doesn’t always go both ways. Most health professionals regularly ask about changes to your medical history, which is a good practice to ensure open communication—one that would serve namely that purpose if your team of doctors already discussed your well-being.

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Sex Education to a Teen

Priority STD Testing – How To Encourage Talking About Sex Education To A Teen

Being a teen is perhaps one of the most thrilling, exciting, and nervous times we might face prior to adulthood. After all, this is where we get to learn more about ourselves while undergoing various changes in our minds, emotions, and body. Part of these changes is our discovery of our sexuality, and sometimes we can't help but be curious about exploring our sexuality in different ways.

Unfortunately, this “exploration” has its caveats as recklessly engaging in sexual acts out of curiosity can have unprecedented effects in our minds, bodies, and emotions. If we're parents of a teenager, or if we know a teen, who seems to be conflicted when it comes to matters of sexuality, we may need to know how to encourage talking about sex education to a teen.

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Help a Loved One Get Sober

Helping Hand: Tips to Help a Loved One Get Sober

Addiction is an unforgiving and non-discriminatory disease. There’s almost nothing worse than watching a loved one walk this road. Whether it’s alcohol, prescription painkillers or something else, the end result is the same: your loved one loses control.

Addiction works by changing people’s brain chemistry. Various drugs and alcohol work in different ways, but they all provide a dopamine surge. Dopamine is a feel-good chemical in your brain that is elevated whenever you do pleasurable things. Drugs can surge dopamine levels artificially high, which provides a euphoric effect. Your loved one probably didn’t get hooked on their first use, but it probably didn’t take long.

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Nursing Schools in Missouri – Making a Difference

Nursing School – An Opportunity for Many to Make a Difference

A career in nursing can be one of the most rewarding careers there can be, both financially and personally. For those who reside in Missouri, or who wish to study there, here are a few pointers as to what to expect. It is a growing area of career moves for those who are aware of the huge shortage of nurses nationwide.

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Common Rowing Injuries and How to Prevent Them

For many, going out and rowing is more than just a labor of fitness, it’s a hobby and a passion. Rowing provides you with the opportunity to escape and relax in the calm waters. It is something almost anyone can do. As long as you have access to the right boat, a life jacket, and some oars, you’re set.

While rowing can help you exercise numerous parts of your body from your legs right up to your back and arms, it can result in some injuries due to the unique way you use your muscles when rowing. Your legs flex and fully extend one by one while your arms move.

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