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How to Deal with Hearing Loss

People who suffer from hearing loss, whether complete or partial, understand too well the difficulty of communicating with others. When you have a hearing problem, you can be frustrated or depressed especially if your friends and family cannot understand you. However, there are ways of ensuring that communication is not hampered in such a situation. Making use of some cues to help understand both... ❯❯❯

Are Earphones to Blame for Hearing Problems?

Everywhere you look – on the high street, on the train, on the bus, in the park, in shopping centres – it seems as though everyone is listening to music with their earphones in. Since the release of the iPod, the general public have gone crazy for mobile music players and their incorporation into the iPhone has only increased the number of people listening as they go about their daily... ❯❯❯

Dental Care Tips That Will Make You Want To Show Off Your Smile

Your teeth tend to be the first things people see when they see you. This is just one reason you should keep your teeth in good condition. This article should give you tips on how to make sure your smile look its best. If you are taking medicines daily and suffer from bad breath, consider any prescription medicines you take as a possible cause. If your mouth does not produce enough saliva, it is... ❯❯❯

Seven Tips to Lose Weight in Four Weeks

At some point in life, nearly everybody at some point will try and lose weight. There is an array of products that claim to make the process easier – these exist because it’s difficult. They can be helpful in shedding pounds, but more importantly is your attitude, and planning towards the weight loss. Below are seven tips which should help make the process easier: 1. Diet plans There... ❯❯❯

5 Instant Health Benefits of Using a Massage Chair

If we’re being honest, most of us would have to say that we pile on the stress in our daily lives and we don’t take particularly good care of ourselves, health-wise. We really have no one to blame but the person in the mirror, either. Certainly we participate in a society that is driven, for success, money, and perceived hallmarks of these two things. But the truth is that each and... ❯❯❯

Where Pilates Came From And How You Can Teach A Class

Pilates as we know it today arrived in 1970, when Alan Herdman established the UK’s original studio. But the method behind the mats was born almost a century earlier. In a recent interview, Herdman explained he studied Pilates in New York before bringing it over to British shores. It was here he was mentored by Carola Trier and Bob Fitzgerald, who learnt their skills from the pater of... ❯❯❯

Personal Injury Claims Are Not Biased

Accidents happen in so many different ways it is difficult to account for them all. Extreme activities, wrought with danger, produce their fair share of incidents, but everyday living yields injurious accidents too. Risky behavior, leading to injuries, through no one's fault but the injured, are open and shut cases, requiring little investigation. Athletes and sportsmen who push the envelope, do... ❯❯❯

Common Causes of Foot and Ankle Pain

Although they often get ignored, your feet may well be one of the most important parts of your body. Not a day goes by that people don’t use their feet and ankles to get around, yet unless you’ve experienced a devastating injury you probably don’t give them much thought. That’s all well and good, until something goes wrong. If you’ve ever experienced mild to severe... ❯❯❯

5 Essential Elements of Any Good Weight Loss Plan

Statistics show that almost one third of adults are overweight, which is why losing weight and keeping it off is so important. However, losing weight is much easier said than done. Many people have a hard time sticking to their weight loss plans and most of the time they just give up. This is making the battle of the bulge an even trickier battle. Yet, sometimes people just don’t know what... ❯❯❯

5 Easy and Effective Ways to Stay Safe in the Sun

Although the summer is coming to a close, the hot sun can still do some serious damage. Sure, you need some time basking in its rays to get that crucial Vitamin D blast for your health, but there’s a fine line between quality sunbathing and cooking yourself to a crisp. Overdoing it in the sun will do a lot more than give you a sunburn. Possible side effects include short term issues like... ❯❯❯