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Spotting Low-Quality Dental Services

• Ensure you receive quality dental care from a qualified professional by researching average market rates and reading patient reviews. • Look for advanced technologies, such as digital x-rays, 3D scanners, laser dentistry, etc., when considering a clinic. • Look for clinics with automated scheduling systems and friendly, knowledgeable staff. • Make sure the dentist

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How to Modify Your Health for More Quality Time with Family

• Get enough quality sleep to remain physically and mentally healthy.  • Eat a balanced diet, such as whole foods or low-fat, that is safe for the whole family. • Stay active by doing physical activities with your family, such as biking or swimming. • Schedule regular check-ups with your doctor and an annual physical

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How to Improve Your Overall Health and Wellness

Eating well is the foundation of good health; focus on whole foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats. Poor oral hygiene can lead to various health problems like tooth loss, gum disease, and cardiovascular issues. Exercise is important for physical and mental well-being; aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise daily.

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Health and Cosmetics: Where Both Lines Meet

The difference between health and cosmetics is a much-debated topic. In its most basic form, health is the state of optimal physical, mental, and social well-being. It should be prioritized and taken seriously to ensure longevity and well-being. On the other hand, cosmetics are items used to enhance or improve one’s appearance. Although certain cosmetic

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Different Lifestyle Changes to Manage Epilepsy

• Epilepsy affects 3.4 million Americans and can cause debilitating physical, cognitive, and psychological issues. • Getting 7-9 hours of sleep per night, reducing stress levels, avoiding triggers, eating healthily, and exercising all help reduce seizure frequency. • There is currently no cure for epilepsy, but lifestyle changes and medications can help manage the condition.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Families

• Financial strain due to job loss, layoffs, and pay cuts has placed a lot of stress on families. • Routines around the home have shifted drastically, creating frustration and anxiety for parents and children. • Creating zones and a schedule in the home can help mitigate issues with overcrowding. • Remote learning and work-from-home

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Questions to Ask Your Dentist Before Any Procedure

Going to the dentist can be a daunting experience. While some procedures are relatively straightforward, others can involve more complicated and extensive treatments that require additional preparation and understanding. Before agreeing to any dental procedure, patients must ask questions about the process, its costs, potential side effects, or post-operative care plans. This guide provides an

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End-of-Life Care: Making Your Loves Ones Final Days More Comfortable

When a loved one is nearing the end of their life, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed and unsure how to provide the best care possible. During this challenging time, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to go through it alone and that there are ways you can make your loved one more comfortable

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5 Most Common Neurological Disorders and How to Address Them

Neurological disorders are medical conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. These disorders can range from mild to life-threatening and can vary in severity. People should be aware of five common neurological disorders when managing their workforce. Here’s a look at these disorders, how they affect people, and how to

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Tips to Rebuild Confidence While Recovering from Addiction

Substance abuse can have devastating effects on a person’s self-esteem and confidence. While recovery is an incredible accomplishment, it can also be challenging to regain the confidence lost through addiction. You may still feel like you are struggling to keep your recovery in place, and it can be hard to trust yourself again. By taking

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