Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities, and various symptoms affect as much as 15 to 20 percent of the population, according to the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). What’s more, the National Institutes of Health reports that dyslexia is identifiable from ages 5 and 6 with 92 percent accuracy.
Not all wounds are created equal. They’re all painful, no doubt, butwounds are classified by how you got them. Different wounds may require different types of care, and all wounds heal differently.
Knowing what type of wound you have can help you care for it, because what works for some wounds should not be done for others. Here’s a look at the differences between two very common types of wounds, abrasion vs. laceration.
Are you trying to cut back on sugar? If so, it might seem easier said than done. Sugar, in its various forms, is ubiquitous in modern food production. In addition to pastries and sweets, plenty of packaged foods, condiments and even staples such as baked goods contain significant amounts.