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Making Your Practice More Family Focused

Have you ever wondered why some families flock to certain practices year after year? When I first started practicing medicine, I realized that it was difficult to provide a great level of care for different age groups in the same office. If the rooms were painted like a storybook for the kids, it seemed to frustrate the adults. However, after years of trying different things, I have been able to develop a formula that works well for my business. If you have been struggling to improve your own practice, take a few minutes to browse through the articles on my website.

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Making Your Practice More Family Focused

What To Do If Your Contact Lens Is Sliding

When a contact lens is right for you, you can tell right away. Contact lenses that are properly designed based upon your prescription needs won't slide, become blurry, or cause discomfort for your eyes. However, if a contact lens that once worked well is now sliding, here are a few troubleshooting tips to figure out why and to resolve the problem. Soak Lens One of the biggest reasons for a contact lens to slide is that your contact or your eye have a moisture problem.

Can Working On A Computer Hurt Your Eyes?

While working on your computer, you might start to experience blurred vision, headaches, and eye twitching. What you are likely experiencing is computer eye strain. Although walking away from the computer can help, there are ways you can reduce the likelihood of experiencing eye strain and still use your computer. Get an Eye Examination Ideally, you should have an annual eye exam. However, you should see your eye doctor for another examination if you are experiencing the symptoms of computer eye strain.

4 Things Diabetics Need To Know About Athlete's Foot

Tinea pedis, usually called Athlete's foot, is a fungal infection that manifests as itchy, red skin on the bottoms of the feet and between the toes. This contagious condition is just an annoyance for people with no other medical conditions, but for people with diabetes, Athlete's foot can lead to serious health problems. Here are four things diabetics need to know about this condition. What causes Athlete's foot? Athlete's foot is caused by a fungus.

Wearing A Loved One's Heart On Your Sleeve: Wearable Options For Your Loved One's Cremated Remains

While obvious to hear, the death of a loved one can be overwhelming, but planning their final resting place can make things even more stressful. From a traditional funeral and burial to eco-friendly caskets and cemeteries, it is easy to see how choosing your loved one's goodbye can be challenging. With cremation being the most common method of disposing the deceased's remains in Canada, you may be considering the option for your own family member.