Kids of today are growing up in a tech-savvy environment, which presents an ideal opportunity for parents to leverage interactive content for their learning, development and social skills. University of Washington researchers conducted several studies and found out that interactive reading played an important role in development of literacy skills. Also, it was important for … [Read more...] about Educating Kids through Interactive Learning Programs
Despite the job market taking a dip on a global scale, the nursing industry continues to develop alongside the rising need for qualified nurses. However, according to the American Society of Registered Nurses, 43 percent of registered nurses haven’t been able to find employment after 18 months between 1st January 2009 and 31st March 2010.Why aren’t these graduates landing … [Read more...] about Can Accelerated Nursing Programs Increase Your Likelihood of Getting a Job?
Macular degeneration is a condition characterized by the loss of vision and other serious symptoms. Often resulting in total vision loss and other complications, there are two types of this illness: dry macular degeneration and wet macular degeneration. While dry macular degeneration progresses slowly and is often associated with age, wet degeneration, though less common, is … [Read more...] about Macular Degeneration: What You Need to Know
After my best friend gave birth to her first baby, I braved the 405 to her home in North Hollywood to pay the little one a visit and give her some much-needed adult conversation. She was eager to show off her son's ten perfect fingers and toes, and I let him practice his grasping reflex against my (clean, TDAP-vaccinated) hands. And then she started talking. "I could just … [Read more...] about New Dads: Here’s How Not To Screw Up
We’re a month into open enrollment and it looks like things are starting to smooth out. They are still plenty rough around the edges, but progress is being made. The feds are committed to fixing the marketplace website, and slowly, but surely, things are coming together. State sites are reporting record breaking numbers of people opting in to insurance plans. Oregon reduced its … [Read more...] about Obamacare: So What Happens in January?