Steps Taken To Ensure Identification And Care Of Cremated Loved Ones

If you decide to have your loved one cremated, then you absolutely want to be sure that you receive the remains of your family member afterward. This is incredibly important for all loved ones, and for this reason, the funeral industry goes to great lengths to ensure that mistakes are minimized when it comes to making sure that you receive the correct remains in a timely manner. Keep reading to learn about what the crematorium will do to ensure this. Read More 

The Symptoms Of COVID-19 Vs. Cold And Flu Symptoms

For many families, there is still a lot of confusion surrounding the differences between symptoms present in those with COVID-19 and those with symptoms of a cold or flu. Not sure what kinds of symptoms you are experiencing? This guide will help you identify which symptoms may be associated with each specific type of illness. Notice When the Symptoms Set In First, you should know that the symptoms of COVID-19 may take up to two weeks to show themselves. Read More 

First Time Going To A Cannabis Dispensary? 4 Tips To Help You Plan Your Trip

If you're just getting started in the cannabis world, you may need help for your first trip to the dispensary. One thing you need to know is that the budtender is there to help. But, they can't help if they don't know what you need. That's where a bit of preparation comes in handy. You don't need to be an expert on your first trip to the dispensary. It does help if you have some sense of what's expected though. Read More 

Loved One Suffering From Post Concussion Vision Damage? How To Help Them Through The Recovery Process

If your loved one sustained a traumatic brain injury, there may be neuro optic damage. If that's the case, there may be lingering effects from the injury. In fact, your loved one may need post-concussion neuro-optometric rehabilitation. If that's the case, their road to recovery will be long and arduous. Your loved one will need all the help and support they can get. That's where you come in. Here are four steps you can take to help them through the recovery process. Read More 

Worried About Covid-19? How To Keep Yourself Safe During Your Doctor’s Visit

If you haven't seen your doctor during the current health crisis, it's time to make an appointment. The last thing you want to do is postpone your medical care. Many doctors stopped taking routine appointments during the shutdown. But, most of them have started seeing patients again. If you're concerned about safety, you need to know that doctors are taking steps to protect you. One of those steps include sanitizing the office throughout the day. Read More