Three Things To Remember When Designing A Cemetery Monument

Posted on: 29 October 2014

When a loved one passes away, it's natural to think about ways you can create a lasting memory of that person. And if you've decided to have a cemetery burial, creating and installing a unique headstone or monument is the most permanent way to honor the deceased. Requirements for cemetery monuments may vary between cemeteries. Your funeral home director can often answer questions and help you understand what to consider when creating a headstone or monument for your loved one.
[Read More]

The Benefits Of Getting A Flu Shot During Pregnancy

Posted on: 29 October 2014

The risks and benefits of vaccinations have been a heated topic for years, but there's no need to fear the influenza vaccine if you're pregnant. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that flu vaccines are safe for pregnant women -- in fact, the agency even recommends that moms-to-be get the shot. Still not convinced that you should get vaccinated against influenza this season? Here are four great reasons to do it during your pregnancy.
[Read More]

Improve Your Fertility With A Healthy Dose Of Acupuncture

Posted on: 29 October 2014

Not everyone has it easy when it comes to conceiving a baby. While some may get pregnant their first try, others may spend months – even years – trying to conceive. Infertility is one of the reasons why a person can't conceive. Luckily, there are ways to overcome this, including eating a healthier diet and limiting alcohol and caffeine consumption. Another way of improving your fertility is with acupuncture. What is Acupuncture?
[Read More]

Key Components Of A Regular Eye Exam

Posted on: 29 October 2014

Eyes are your windows to the world. It's important that you keep them in good health. Avoiding reading in poor light, reducing eye strain, and wearing sunglasses are a few of the ways to keep your eyes protected. However, eye exams serve as the most critical component of proper eye care. During your 20s and 30s, you should have your eyes checked every five to 10 years and every two to four years for adults age 40 to 65.
[Read More]