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Maintaining Dental Health: Are Electronic Toothbrushes Really Better For Your Child?

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Did you know that 82.3% of children between the ages of 2 to 17 in America have visited their dentists at least once in the past year for dental checkups and other issues?  Instilling good dental hygiene from a young age is crucial in maintaining lifelong dental health. Teaching proper brushing and flossing techniques is one of the most important fundamentals. There are many claims that electronic toothbrushes are better for children.…

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Dental Devices To Curb Thumb Sucking Habits

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Thumb sucking is a habit that usually goes away on its own during a child’s toddler years. However, there are some cases where a child might not break the habit until much later. It’s a soothing way for a child to cope with stressful situations, but it can also potentially interfere with tooth development, leaving behind a less than perfect smile. There are several ways to help your child to overcome their thumb sucking habit.…

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5 Home Teeth Whitening Mistakes To Avoid

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Tooth whitening is one of the easiest ways to improve the appearance of your smile. While you will always see the best results by visiting a cosmetic dentist for a professional whitening, many people turn to at-home whitening options. Here are five mistakes that you should avoid to get the most out of your home teeth whitening routine. Using Whitening Toothpaste Too Often Whitening toothpaste can be effective for removing dark stains on your teeth, but it is not meant to be used every day.…

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Are You Mobility Challenged? Read Through These Helpful Solutions To Common Home Safety Concerns

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If you’re one of the 6.9 percent of Americans with an ambulatory or mobility challenge, you already know how getting around can be difficult. Whether you simply walk with a cane or you get around with the help of a wheelchair, it’s important to take steps to keep yourself safe when active. This is true even within your own home. This helpful guide details some of the most common dangers you might encounter.…

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Alcohol Poisoning: How To Immunize Your College-Bound Kid

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Are you the parents of a high school senior heading off to college this fall? Right now you may be focused on graduation deadlines and financial aid forms, but there is another critical issue on the horizon. College parties put your son or daughter at risk for alcohol poisoning, something that may prove more of a challenge than Biology 101. Just like you vaccinated your son or daughter against childhood diseases, take time to immunize against this present threat to health and safety.…

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5 Ways 3D Printing Has Changed Pediatric Medicine

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When the world was first introduced to 3D printing, manufacturers saw an opportunity to create products in a process that is more streamlined and efficient. Those in the pediatric medical community saw something entirely different. Over the past several decades, 3D printers have evolved into machines that can create a variety of medical devices that are perfect for use in the youngest patients. Here are 5 ways 3D printers have changed pediatric medicine and the lives of countless families.…

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Dementia Classifications And Music For Dementia Care

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From the old to the young, music always provides pleasure and comfort. Music is even useful for providing healing to the body and the mind. In fact, music provides natural treatment and healing to individuals suffering from dementia, a condition that usually negatively affects the memory, speech, judgment, and reasoning of an individual. Some forms of dementia can also cause an individual to lose emotional and behavioral control. There are several different classification schemes of dementia, for which music can provide treatment and healing.…

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Light And Motion: How To Fight Depression With Two Simple Living Changes

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Do you struggle with feeling blue on a daily basis? Even though there are many helps for depression, including medication and psychotherapy, there are things in your home and daily life that you can change in order to help your mood to improve. By making a few changes, you may start to see a change in yourself.  Lighten Up One of the easiest ways to improve your lifestyle is by increasing the amount of time you spend in the sunlight.…

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Botox May Be The Answer To Depression That Everyone Has Been Waiting For

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Depression is becoming an epidemic in the United States. The CDC states that one in nine Americans suffer from a form of depression, and the number is steadily rising. While anyone can suffer from depression, women are 70% more likely than men are. There are many different treatments for depression including medication and counseling, but several studies suggest that there may be another treatment for depression that most people are unaware of—Botox.…

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Heal Physically And Emotionally After Your C-Section With Deep Tissue Sculpting

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If you feel emotionally drained or challenged after your c-section, a deep tissue sculpting massage may help you feel better. Giving birth by cesarean section doesn’t just affect your body physically; you may also experience negative emotions like sadness and anxiety. Deep tissue sculpting addresses both the physical and emotional problems associated with c-sections. If you’re ready to heal physically and emotionally, keep reading. Why Is Deep Tissue Sculpting Good for You?…

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