Protective Devices For Your Home And Your Child With CP

Posted on: 6 September 2017
Children born with cerebral palsy need a lot more protection than just the general baby-proofing devices. As your child with CP grows, and begins to use a wheelchair, you will need more and more handicapped equipment and supplies. If you want to be prepared for the future and get used to the devices you will need in advance, the following items are just some of the safety basics for living with and caring for a child with CP.
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Four Things To Consider When Renting A Wheelchair To Use While Recovering After An Injury

Posted on: 6 June 2017
There are times when people are injured and are not able to use one or both of their legs for an extended period of time. When this happens, many people need to use a wheelchair to help them get where they need to go. If you have found that a wheelchair will make getting around easier for you to do, use the guide below to learn how to get the right chair to suit your needs.
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3 Advantages Of Using Mass Spectrometry In Toxicology And Drug Screenings

Posted on: 6 September 2016
Whether you are considering using new equipment in your current toxicology lab or are an employer who is making decisions regarding the lab you use for drug screenings, the use of mass spectrometry (MS) can have an influence over your decision. MS has several clear advantages over the use of assays in various types of toxicology laboratories and for drug screenings. Differentiation Between Similar Compounds With many prescription medications on the market, especially those used for pain, it can be difficult to differentiate between medicinal products and illicit drugs with standard bioassays.
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4 Treatments For Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Posted on: 12 September 2014
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder. When you sleep, the tissue inside your mouth and throat collapses, blocking your airway. Every time this happens, you'll wake up, start breathing again, and then fall back asleep. If you're ready to stop feeling constantly exhausted by this condition, there are numerous treatment options available to you. Here are four treatments you can consider. Lifestyle changes Your lifestyle plays a role in sleep apnea, and making a few simple changes can help to reduce your symptoms.
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