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Tooth Extraction Recovery Dos and Don’ts

Nobody likes oral surgery, even with all the feel-good drugs they give you these days, but losing a tooth certainly isn’t the horror that it was years ago. These days there are all kinds of ways to control the pain and prevent infection. And you don’t have to live with an embarrassing gap in your smile thanks to all manner of dental implants designed to look just like your real teeth... ❯❯❯

Risk Factors for Vision Impairment

Eye problems in children are likely more common than you think. Many cases of vision problems go undiagnosed, so it’s important to be aware of risk factors and signs that you may want to get your child some children's glasses. Some common signs of eye impairment include things like squinting or straining to see things in the distance, turning the head to one side when looking at something,... ❯❯❯

5 Life Insurance Tips for People With Diabetes

Something that all of us need is insurance. We need home insurance. We need car insurance. We definitely need health insurance and for the sake of our family’s financial well-being, we also need life insurance. But when you happen to be someone who has a health issue such as diabetes, it can sometimes be hard to get the kind of coverage that you would like being that some insurance companies... ❯❯❯

5 Tips to Prevent Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction

Dry socket is a condition that can happen after a tooth extraction. Whenever you have a tooth extracted, a blood clot forms over the bone and nerves, which protects the bone from infection. After you have a tooth extracted, the bone and nerves where the tooth was can become incredibly vulnerable to infection. Dry socket happens when this blood clot dissolves too soon, thus leaving the bone... ❯❯❯

5 Major Health Benefits of Steam Showers

Although there are a lot of us who can attest to how wonderful it feels take a hot shower, have you ever stopped to think about the fact that it’s actually a therapeutic thing to do? That’s right. According to many medical experts, taking steam showers actually comes with a wide variety of health benefits. So whether you’re planning to take one at your local gym, in a spa or at... ❯❯❯

Strengthen Your Personal Training Career By Helping Exercise Referral Clients

Exercise referral patient: Somebody who is diagnosed as ‘inactive’ (getting less than 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity per week), has one (or more) of 11 diseases listed here and is referred to a fitness instructor for supervised exercise. If you possess the knowledge to train this very specific type of client, not only can you help limit the UK’s spread of chronic... ❯❯❯

Stay Fit During the Holidays

The holidays are approaching, and it may throw you off your diet. Studies show that most people only experience a one-pound weight gain through the holidays. However, after decades, those single pounds can add up to significant weight, resulting in health problems. If you want to stay fit during the holidays, now is the time to start planning. If you revamp your exercise routine, eat a healthy... ❯❯❯

Ringing In The Ears: Five Tips to Terminate Tinnitus

Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is seldom a sign of a serious problem. Unfortunately, knowing this does little to relieve the constant irritation that plagues those who suffer from tinnitus. Fret not though, there are ways to lessen or even eliinate the ringing. 1. Address the Underlying Cause Tinnitus is always a symptom of another problem, not a condition in and of itself. Hearing loss, ear... ❯❯❯

5 Opiate Addiction Detox Tips

There are many reasons why you might become addicted to opiates, but not all of them revolve around illegal or recreational drug use, as one might suspect. In fact, many people recovering from illness, injury, or surgical procedures find themselves dealing with an opiate addiction after the fact due to prescribed medications. It’s really not that uncommon and there’s no reason to feel... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Prevention and Treatment Tips for Bleeding Gums

When we go to the dentist for our annual checkup, one thing that we don’t want to hear is that our gums are bleeding. The reason why is because it’s usually a sign that we have some form of gum disease which can cause all kinds of issues such as receding gum lines, bad breath and if it’s left untreated, it can even lead to us losing a few teeth. So, in the effort to help you... ❯❯❯