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Kyphosis in Children

Even in milder cases, Kyphosis in children is a condition that requires serious attention and care. If your child has been diagnosed with kyphosis of any type or degree, the following guide can help you better understand this condition and the treatment and care that can come with it. What is kyphosis? Kyphosis describes an…

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Kyphosis in Children

Infantile Hemangioma

The sight of a growth on your child may be alarming, but most cases of infantile hemangioma do not require intensive treatment or cause long-term problems. For the cases that do need more attention, there are a wide range of effective therapeutic options and management strategies. No matter what the situation, it is still important…

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Infantile Hemangioma

Absent Pulmonary Valve

Finding out your child is dealing with a congenital heart defect can mean an immediate world of challenges, questions, and uncertainty. While this is a serious condition that requires immediate and extensive medical care, the bright spot is that timely surgical intervention leads to a positive outcome in many cases. A clear picture of this…

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Absent Pulmonary Valve

Making a Difference for M: A Client Caregiver Story

Mariveliz Rosado (Nurse) “Mi nombre is Mariveliz Rosado yo trabajo en Sonas Home Health Care por un año y dos meses.” “My name is Mariveliz Rosado and I have worked with Sonas Home Health Care for one year and two months.” “M tiene dos años, ahora mismo, en Abril cumple tres años. Ella tiene Hydrocifalia…

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Making a Difference for M A Client Caregiver Story

Scleroderma in Children

Having your child deal with a skin condition that turns out to be a rare disease can be a scary experience. A diagnosis of scleroderma can feel scary to most parents and discomfort, potential for additional complications, and uncertainty can be a source of stress and anxiety. Fortunately, while scleroderma is a rare condition that…

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Scleroderma in Children

Pediatric Ulcerative Colitis

As difficult as ulcerative colitis can be for adults, the symptoms of pediatric ulcerative colitis can be especially uncomfortable and disruptive for children. As a parent or other family member of a child living with this condition, we understand you want to do whatever you can to help take away the pain and stress that…

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Pediatric Ulcerative Colitis

Caring for a Child with Neuroblastoma

There is no doubt that neuroblastoma is a life-changing diagnosis. But, this doesn’t mean that life doesn’t go on. Like other forms of cancer, in recent years treatment for neuroblastoma has come a long way, leading to increased survival rates and quality of life. While this is certainly good news, long-term care for a child…

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Caring for a Child with Neuroblastoma

Pediatric Anoxic Brain Injury

Having a child experience any type of brain injury is terrifying for a parent. It can come with life-altering challenges and questions, even after the acute phase of treatment. While traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are the most commonly known and experienced brain injuries, there are many other types, including anoxic brain injuries. If your child…

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Pediatric Anoxic Brain Injury

Agency Nurses vs Staff Nurses

As an in-demand profession that truly offers the ability to help people and change lives for the better, nursing can be a deeply rewarding and satisfying career. There are also so many places where nurses can work and it is more than possible to find a niche or specialty that meets your personality and goals….

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Agency Nurses vs Staff Nurses

The Benefits of Working as a Staff Nurse

Nurses certainly have options. With demand for qualified and caring nurses at an all-time high, there is no shortage of workplaces for a new nurse or a veteran nurse to choose from. At the end of the day, it’s all about educating yourself on the available options and making the best choice for you personally….

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Benefits of Working as a Staff Nurse