The Critical Step Many of Us Neglect in Our Dental Routine

Parents tell their kids to brush and floss their teeth regularly, but are they following their own advice? New data compiled by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that plenty of adults don’t brush or floss often enough. Dentists found that 91% of Americans between ages 20 and 64 have cavities and 27% have untreated tooth decay. Cavities and tooth...
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Focusing on the Best Practices for People Who Wear Contact Lenses

There are plenty of good reasons to choose contact lenses for your vision needs. Users say their contact lenses give them more natural vision than glasses, that they prefer how contacts move with their eye, they don't have to deal with frames that may obstruct or distort their vision., and they don't fog up or get wet when it's cold or rainy. But whether you're new to contact lenses or have...
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8 Things to Know About Type 2 Diabetes

November is American Diabetes Month. The month is dedicated to raising awareness of the life-threatening condition and educate the public how they can try to avoid being diagnosed with the condition or how to stay healthy if they are.  Diabetes is a condition in which your body does not make enough insulin to keep your blood sugar levels steady. Insulin is a hormone that removes sugar...
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Why You Should Install Grab Bars in Your Home

Only a few years ago, grab bars were only found in hospitals and nursing homes. Though they were highly functional, style was not a consideration at all. Truth be told, they all looked alike, and they were pretty unattractive. Times have changed. Today, you'll find grab bars in fancy hotels and private homes. They can feature distinctive styles and good looks that blend into their...
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