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Vocational or occupational therapy can teach you new skills to help you return to work.
He or she can also teach you how to pay special attention to serving size and carbohydrate content.
Your therapist can also teach you exercises for your wrist, hand and arm to strengthen your muscles, reduce pain and limit tendon irritation.
Teach children to sneeze or cough into the bend of their elbow when they don't have a tissue.
While specific programs differ, hypnobirthing classes generally teach participants to practice and use a combination of music, visualization, positive thinking and words to relax the body and control sensations during labor.
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Look for a class taught by a certified childbirth educator.
This treatment teaches children skills to manage their anxiety and teaches parents to effectively provide support.
Teach your child to cough or sneeze into a tissue — then toss it.
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