What You Should Know About Uterine Cancer

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Uterine cancer, also known as endometrial cancer, is a form of cancer that begins in the uterus. It is considered the most common form of cancer involving the female reproductive organs, and doctors estimate that in 2018, more than 63,000 new cases of uterine cancer will be diagnosed. Because of these statistics, it is vital for every woman to get to know some of the facts about uterine cancer as well as the treatments available for the disease.…

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Tips For Effectively Communicating Your Needs With An Urgent Care Clinic's Physician

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If you need to urgently be seen by a physician but your family doctor doesn’t have any available appointments or you happen to be out of town on vacation, then these tips will help you effectively communicate your needs with a walk-in clinic’s doctor: Tip: Write Down Your Specific Concerns and Questions Prioritized in Order of Importance Since you will likely be nervous when seeing a new doctor in a different clinic than you are used to going to, it’s easy to forget exactly what you want to say or leave out important details.…

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How Occupational Therapy Can Help Your Special Needs Child Start School

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If you have a child with a disability that’s ready to enter school, you may want to talk to your pediatrician about getting occupational therapy for your child. In this sense occupational doesn’t refer to a job, it means activities your child engages in as part of daily life. The therapy helps your child adapt to school and home routines so your child can participate and learn as fully as possible even with special needs.…

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