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Preparing Yourself for a Dental Procedure

Whether it be a simple extraction or getting dental implants, oral surgeries can be terrifying and no one can blame you for it. In fact, a number of people have a fear of dentists, so it’s not odd to feel a bit uncomfortable whenever visiting your dentist, let alone if you have a surgery to

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Frequently Asked Questions: Blepharoplasty

When you reach your early 40s, the skin around your eyes loses its elasticity and becomes weak, causing it to form extra folds. The muscles underneath your eyes are also becoming weaker, allowing fats to go through it and form pouches or bags. These and more cause the upper and the lower eyelids to droop

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How Do You Prevent Dry Socket After Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Now that most people know how dangerous it is to ignore impacted wisdom teeth, extraction procedures are more common than ever. People flock to the dentists at the first sign of trouble, which DrGregRoberts.com says is usually wisdom teeth pain. This proactive attitude has helped prevent many serious and expensive dental complications. Does it mean,

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Why Outdoor Cycling is Good Even in Cold Weather

Physical activity is something people seem to engage less in during the colder seasons. Be that as it may, there are many who choose to stay active even if the weather drops a few degrees, cyclists included. What do the experienced have to say when it comes to hopping onto a bike during the colder

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Grooving into the New Trend of Yoga – Go Aerial!

The emerging trend of anti-gravity yoga is a hit among yogis, dancers and gymnasts who are looking for a new form of thrill and fun. Hence, several coaching and training programs are now offering to teach aspirants to do something different. This new yoga technique involves the use of a silk fabric called a yoga

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3 Things to Check in a Great Workout

In 2011-12, almost 67% of Australians aged 15 and above were sedentary or had low levels of exercise. That’s a total of almost 12 million Australians aged 15 and over who were not doing physical activities. New South Wales had the highest percentage of sedentary/low levels of exercise per state, while the Australian Capital Territory

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All About Body Water: Maintaining Water Balance

The average adult human body is more than 60% water. It accounts for two-thirds of an average person’s weight and is a major component of most body parts. Water does so much for your health, including regulating body temperature, flushing body waste, and delivering oxygen all over the body. Given the water’s importance for survival, it

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Feeling Low? Three Ways to Improve Mood through the Senses

Mood is simply defined as an emotional state. As a state, it is affected by stimuli and may differ in intensity. Although it is largely an internal state, outside factors may affect it just as much. The concept that mood is influenced by stimuli – visual, gastronomic, tactile, auditory and olfactory – propels researchers to

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Why Office Partitions Are Important For Employees

Every employee aims to perform and deliver quality work every day. With so many responsibilities and obligations in hand, how can a person finish all the tasks if the surrounding is a big factor for distraction? An office should not be just a place of work; it should be an extension of personal sanctuary to

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What You Need to Know about Pharmaceutical Compounding

For some medical conditions, a manufactured drug may not be the best choice for your cure. The body reacts to illnesses differently and in most cases, standard dosage forms may not work. This is where pharmaceutical compounding comes in. The Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) defines pharmaceutical compounding as the art and science of

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