Are You Planning a Cremation Service at Your Home?

Did somebody very close to you recently pass away? Did he or she choose to be cremated? If so, you might have chosen to have the deceased person's funeral service right in your own home. Perhaps you have all the plans made already. Or, you might still be in the planning stage of the cremation service. If that's the case, from arranging the cremation service to creating a visual display of the deceased person's life, here are some ideas that might help you. Read More 

Tips To Help Care For An Alzheimer’s Patient

Alzheimer's is a terrible disease of the mind. It affects the memory, both short and long term, making daily activities difficult for both the person suffering and their caregivers. It can be difficult for an Alzheimer's patient to remember someone, even their own spouse. Caring for an Alzheimer's patient can be a tough job. Use the tips below to help you care for your loved one suffering from this awful disease. Read More 

Skin Cancer Treatment Options

If you have had a mole or other suspicious spot biopsied to check for skin cancer, the wait for the laboratory results can be maddening. While most people get the good news they hoped for, some are not so lucky. Being diagnosed with skin cancer can be scary, but thankfully, the majority of the time skin cancers are caught before they have spread. Here is a look at what you can expect for treatment. Read More 

Preparing Your Toddler For A First Eye Exam

Whether you are concerned that your toddler might have a vision problem or you simply want to make sure that your child's vision is healthy, a trip to the optometrist can be great for your child's eye health and your peace of mind. Your little one, however, may be nervous about this visit. There are some things you can do to prepare your child for the visit. Use this guide to help plan your toddler's first trip to the optometrist. Read More 

What Is Causing Your Acne?

Acne can be a frustrating condition; when you regularly suffer from breakouts, it's hard to keep up your confidence and self-esteem. Fortunately, though, there are several treatments available for acne. What can be even more helpful, however, is knowing what is causing your acne. Often, if you can determine the cause of your acne, you can also determine how to stop it in its tracks. A dermatologist can be a wonderful resource for figuring out what is causing your acne and how to fix it. Read More