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The “O, MY” in Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy | How to Prepare Your Child For Surgery | Book Review

Tonsillectomy child

More than 400,000 children annually undergo a tonsillectomy to get their tonsils removed, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that makes a tonsillectomy the 2nd most common childhood surgery. The "O, MY" in Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy: How to Prepare Your Child for Surgery, is a parent's manual, written by author Laurie Zelinger, Ph.D, M.S., R.P.T.-S, who became interested in this topic while preparing for her own son's surgery.

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Cookbook of Memories: Muffins & Mayhem Book Review

Take some time to savor the days when all food was slow food and people came together to enrich the quality of each other’s lives.

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The Daughter Trap: Eldercare Solutions Book Review

Twenty-five percent of baby boomer now have a senior parent living with them, and almost a third of American workers care for their parents. But what is rarely talked about is the fact that boomer elder care responsibilities almost always fall to the daughters.

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Bean Appetit: Childrens Cookbook Review

Recently featured on Martha Stewart Radio, Bean Appetit shows kids how to have fun with food while exploring new ingredients.

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They’re Your Parents, Too! Caring For Aging Parents: Book Review

By 2030, there will be a record 71 million Americans aged 65 and older and the majority will need some sort of long-term care, according to The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Francine Russo is a widely recognized journalist known for her alertness to developing trends, especially in her own boomer generation.

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