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5 College Student Tips for Staying Healthy and Fit

There’s nothing quite college. You get to meet all kinds of new people. You get to experience a new level of independence. And of course you’re taking the steps that you need in order to thrive in a professional career following graduation. But if there’s one thing that just about any former college student will tell you, it’s that if you’re not careful, you can... ❯❯❯

Benefits of Home DNA Paternity Testing

Home DNA paternity tests are currently available in almost all states.  These non-invasive tests are affordable, easy to use, and very accurate.  According to DNA testing company Home DNA, paternity tests yield a 99.999% accuracy level.  Confidential test samples are sent to a lab, and results are given in less than one week.  Multiple potential fathers can be tested. ... ❯❯❯

What is Botox?

Botox is the trade name under which a purified form of the botulinum toxin type A (BTX-A) is marketed. BTX-A is a neurotoxin secreted by the anaerobic bacterium Clostridium botulinum that inhibits neuromuscular transmission by blocking the secretion of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Although Clostridium botulinum infection can be life-threatening, Botox use is generally regarded as... ❯❯❯

Should You Hire a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

When you are sick or injured, getting proper medical attention can help you recover, or even in some cases can save your life. However, there are occasions when medical practitioners make mistakes, and if their mistakes cause you injury or harm that you would not otherwise have suffered, you should consider hiring a medical malpractice lawyer to help you get the compensation you deserve. Most... ❯❯❯

Is a Low Carb and High Fat Diet an Effective Way to Lose Weight?

The concept of cutting carbs to get a more ripped physique isn't new. Carb depletion is actually something many bodybuilders have utilized for a long time. Since bodybuilding is such a competitive sport, participants are always looking for a new way to get an edge. That's why plenty of them have experimented with different styles of Atkins inspired diets. These types of diets minimize carbs in... ❯❯❯

The 5 Biggest Reasons IBS Can Keep You From Working

IBS is one of those quiet illnesses that can ruin your life. Often misunderstood by those who do not suffer from it, IBS can lead to pain and embarrassment. Unfortunately, severe cases of IBS can also prevent you from working. Below are five reasons why IBS might keep you from being able to work. The Bad Days Almost every job requires that employees are able to work on every scheduled day. While... ❯❯❯

Low-cost Ways to Attract New Patients

Whether you’re already running your own practice, considering opening one or working at someone else’s practice, you’ll know that it can often be hard to attract new chiropractic patients, particularly with the state of the economy. People often don’t have the money to spend on ‘alternative’ treatments and although the benefits of chiropractic treatment are... ❯❯❯

Toothy Decisions: Braces, Crowns or Veneers?

Vanilla, chocolate or strawberry?  Such a decision is posed to those seeking sweet delights, great in immediacy, but when enjoyed in abundance leads to toothache or deterioration.  Those who address a rotted or unhealthy tooth can choose a crown or veneer.  Yet those solutions can’t ‘fix’ an imperfect smile, one marred with crooked, spaced or cramped teeth; for... ❯❯❯

Stick to Your New Year's Exercise Resolutions

One of the most common resolutions that people make around New Years is to exercise, lose weight, and get fit. Lots of motivation and ambition drive these resolutions, but many people find that their determination deters out within weeks, and they fall back into old and counterproductive bad habits. This cycle often repeats itself over many years, and with time the motication to turn your life... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Ease Your Dental Office Fears

Fear of dental offices is real – more than10% of people experience this type of fear. When it comes down to it, this fear is understandable – our teeth can be incredibly sensitive and if you have a cavity or any other dental problems, the thought of having someone drill directly on the cavity is almost too unbearable to think about. However, going the the dentist is vital – if... ❯❯❯