Parenting a child with attention deficit disorder (ADD) can bring all sorts of challenges. It is more difficult for your child to focus and concentrate, so he may not do as well in school or he might forget to complete his chores around the house. However, if you use a few different techniques, you can make things easier for both you and your kid. Here are four helpful tips for helping a child with ADD:
If you've ever gotten injured or become sick enough to contact your doctor but you've found your doctor's office swamped for the day and unable to see you, you know waiting can sometimes be more than uncomfortable. A number of options have sprung up to help you get medical attention in these situations, but they're not all the same. Here are four considerations that can point you toward whether or not to go to retail clinics or an urgent care center.