Parenting a special needs child can be just as joyous as any other type of parenting. That said, there are often additional stressors that affect families with special needs children. Children with disabilities often require care that is expensive, which can be a source of worry for parents and caregivers.
Public opinion has changed quite a bit since the era of “reefer madness.” Many no longer see marijuana as a “gateway drug” but—at worst—a recreational substance akin to alcohol and—at best—a plant with important pharmacological uses.
Unintentional drowning: it’s something that no parent wants to ever consider would happen to their children. However, it happens to too many children each summer—making it vital that you learn the warning signs of aquatic distress and what to do, should the unthinkable happen.
These days, it can be downright scary to be a bicyclist or a pedestrian. Between aggressive drivers and distracted drivers, it can feel like you’re playing chicken—when all you want to do is cross the street!
Social Security Disability Insurance is a type of insurance that covers workers who become temporarily or permanently disabled. To qualify, you need to meet certain medical and work requirements.
By now, most people are aware of the dangers of drunk driving. Decades of public health campaigns have educated the public and discouraged driving under the influence. (Remember “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”?)