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The Best of Sebastian Maniscalco

Laughter is the best medicine and Sebastian Maniscalco is the Master of laughter.

Tips for New Parents

Being new parents is exciting yet a bit scary. You want to do everything right for that new arrival. That little bundle of joy depends solely on you for the ultimate loving care and safety. Babies also detect positive and negative energy; hence, it is important that you provide a happy, loving and clean environment for them.
I was a single, working mom and learned many things on my own. Reading books go just so far but the parental instinct is what really works and will accomplish the necessary.

The first few months
Newborns sleep, eat and poop. Trying to get things done while baby sleeps will only make you more tired and less efficient; hence, new moms should rest or sleep at the same time baby sleeps. This helps fortify you to full capacity for baby’s needs. 

Feeding Time

Babies cannot speak or see just yet but they have different cries for different needs. Whether breastfeeding or giving the bottle, make this time a time for bonding. A rocking chair is perfect for feeding and bonding w…

Before and After Cataract Surgery

Vision is a precious commodity. God gave us one pair of eyes and we need to take good care of them since we cannot navigate without them.
When our vision is blurry, the lens in our eyes get cloudy; hence, cataracts begin to form and need to be removed at some point. 
While cataracts are more dominant in older people or as I prefer to say “aging teenagers”, people in their 40’s and 50’s also have cataract surgery.
I recently had cataract surgery in both eyes. My vision was blurry. I also had a damaged optic nerve, plus borderline glaucoma since my eye pressure was 28 and the accepted pressure is 16 or lower.
Before Cataract Surgery You will be given an eye exam by your ophthalmologist and measured for lens.
You will be given a date for the surgery and three weeks prior to the cataract surgery, the ophthalmologist or, as I (old school) prefer to say eye-doctor sends Presurgical paperwork to your physician for specific blood work. An EKG is also required.
You will receive a call from the h…