Spring is in the air, along with pollen, smoke and all of the other aggravations that we blame those seasonal allergies on. For many people this is a wonderful time of year as we get out and start some gardening or get back out in the yard to clean up the remains of our winter freezes. For others, this is a dreaded time due to those unrelenting allergies. We would like to devote our attention during the month of April on how to resolve your allergies, naturally.
Here’s what I want you to do.
The next time you visit your doctor, after your doctor is done telling you how safe vaccines are, ask him this question with the 9 magic words: “If this vaccine injures my child, who is responsible?”
Your doctor will likely blush, get angry with you, or avoid the question altogether. What the doctor will avoid telling you is that vaccines are unavoidably unsafe! This means that even if vaccines are handled and given properly, some children will die or will be hurt.
The reality—and the answer to the question—is this: You are responsible if your child is injured!
This time of the year brings rain-soaked streets and even snow-covered roads to most of us living in Dallas. Driving in these conditions means using extra caution and reducing speeds to ensure reaching your destination safely.
Unfortunately it also means an increased number of traffic accidents and injuries – whether you are an innocent victim of someone else’s bad driving, or you unintentionally hit a sheet of black ice that you never saw coming.
Fiber, Vitamin A, few calories – what a tremendous fruit! That’s correct, pumpkin is a fruit! Try it in soup, seeds on salads, on the run, while at rest. The flesh is delectable, and the seeds and oil are really healthy!
For most of us, we look to the pumpkin pies and breads and seeds to enjoy the efforts of the pumpkin farmers. As the pumpkins turn into Jack-o-Lanterns around Halloween and adorn our front porches, many people saved the seeds to roast and enjoy. Did you know that was a healthy choice? Good for you!
Chronic Ear infections(otitis media) are the most common illness affecting babies and young children in the United States. Nearly 10 million new cases of otitis media are diagnosed each year. Nearly 35% of all pediatric visits are due to ear infections. About one in every two children will have a middle ear infection before they turn a year old, and nearly two-thirds of children will suffer an ear infection before they turn three years old. While many ear infections are treatable with antibiotics, chronic ear infections often require surgical intervention. Surgeries related to ear infections are the second leading cause of surgery among children less than two years old, outpaced only by circumcisions.
This photo is an example of how posture contributes to your bite..
Next, complete this simple test….
Sit upright in a chair with shoulders back and with a horizontal gaze.
Now let the jaw float open by letting all the muscles relax.
Then very slowly let the mandible float up as though there is a small helium balloon under the chin lifting it up until there is first tooth contact. Make a mental note of where that is.