Jennifer Newton Reents is a Registered Nurse and has a bachelor's degree in journalism. She is the former associate editor various print magazines, including Pregnancy Magazine, and continues to contribute to various national magazines today.
Kids are back in school and that means we get busier than ever. Unfortunately when we get busy, we get run down and susceptible to cold and flu. Here are some tips to help keep you and your family healthy and some advice on dealing with cold and flu should they strike.Read Full Story
When taking medications, it's important to educate yourself on what you are putting into your body. Take charge and ask questions to ensure you know the risks and benefits as well as how this drug might affect you and your lifestyle.Read Full Story
Making an informed decision to start a new medication is crucial to your health. It's important to ask your pharmacist and healthcare provider these questions to ensure you know your medications' side effects, risks, benefits and outcomes expected from treatment.Read Full Story
You've just learned your child has autism. On top of dealing with your own feelings of shock -- or even relief that you finally have an answer -- you also have to find a way to explain the autistic diagnosis to your relatives. Here's some help.Read Full Story
Just looking at her, she seems the type of woman who has it all. Michelle Fryatt is beautiful and intelligent, leads a comfortable lifestyle, and is happily married to a professional athlete. But there's one more thing she has -- something that made much of the joy of her life fade for a time. Michelle, crowned Mrs International 2003, suffers from infertility.Read Full Story
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