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Ayla Roberts is a Registered Nurse and freelance health content writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. She has over 8 years of clinical experience, primarily in pediatrics. She has also worked extensively in nursing education and healthcare simulation. She holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nursing. She particularly enjoys writing informative articles and blog posts, especially about child health, women's health, reproductive health, mental health, and nursing.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition involving a difference in brain structure that results in varying degrees of developmental disability. This article will discuss the signs of ASD in toddlers, how to check for them, and when to see a healthcare provider.
While talking to your baby may seem a bit one-sided, it is actually crucial for their speech and language development. This article will discuss why talking to your baby is so beneficial and give some easy tips on how to talk to your baby.
Keeping kids safe in today’s world can be a daunting task. Certain toys and activities can increase a child’s risk of injury or death. Here are five of the most dangerous children’s products that parents and caregivers should be aware of.
NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a natural coenzyme in our cells. It is responsible for many critical biological processes in the body. Unfortunately, our natural levels of NAD begin to decrease over time due to aging, stress, and environmental factors. The good news is experts believe that many aging-related diseases can be delayed or reversed by restoring NAD to normal levels, especially neurodegenerative diseases. NAD IV therapy can effectively restore the natural levels of the
Picture this: You are a nurse on a busy hospital unit. Your unit is short-staffed, so instead of the five patients you are supposed to have (which is already too many), you have been assigned eight. To make matters worse, your certified nursing assistant called out, so you are also responsible for all of your patients’ daily activities, including feeding, toileting, and repositioning. Already, you can feel yourself drowning in the medications, treatments, and hygiene/comfort measures you will be
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