How Diagnostic Testing Can Determine If Your Child's Heart Murmur Is Abnormal

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It is common to not want your child to have any limitations and to enjoy adolescence. Unfortunately, a heart condition can make it hard to participate in physical activity. If your child is diagnosed with a heart murmur, then it is not always a sign of a weak heart. In 90 percent of children between the ages of four to seven, you can hear a heart murmur at some point. If your child has an abnormal murmur, then it may still not require treatment.…

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Thinking Of Saving Money By Switching To Medicare Advantage? Here's What You Need To Know Before You Make The Switch

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If you are newly enrolling in Medicare or are unhappy with traditional Medicare’s out-of-pocket costs, you should take a close look at switching to a Medicare Advantage plan. These plans are administered by private insurance companies who receive Medicare funding from the government, allowing them to offer low premiums and pass the savings to you. The out-of-pocket costs of traditional Medicare, such as the 20% coinsurance and the prescription drug coverage gap, are often much higher than what you will experience by switching to a Medicare Advantage plan.…

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4 Tricks To Soothing Your Cranky Newborn

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As a first-time parent, it can be exciting to hear your baby crying for the first time. Over the next few days and weeks, though, it can be pretty overwhelming. When your baby cries and you are unable to calm her down, you will not only be concerned, but you may also become a little frustrated. As a general rule, your baby is crying because she is soiled, hungry or tired, and she needs your help.…

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