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Change a Few Habits and Consider Nasal Surgery to Reduce Snoring

Snoring spares no one. Any man, woman, or child — rich or poor, sick or well can snore as soon as their head hits the pillow. Some people who do not snore might do so when taking certain medications, in certain sleeping positions, or while suffering a particular illness. Snoring worsens with age, but it

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How to Make Your Home Elderly-Friendly

Imagine a good day at home, with you cleaning your kitchen and having a generally good time, when suddenly you hear a loud thump. Your thoughts rush to your elderly mom who has been living with you and having trouble keeping her balance. You rush to the source of the sound, and you make a

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Beauty Oils: Solutions Provided by Formulations like Argan Oil

Oil-free formulations are no longer points of marketing or promotion for beauty brands. The world has become entranced with beauty oils for the face, body, and hair. The idea that oils trigger breakouts and make skin greasy has become irrelevant as more and more skincare oils are being infused into products for skincare and hair

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Why Sea Salt Scrubs Should Be Your Body’s Best Friend

Spa fanatics are no stranger to salt scrubs. Spas in every nook and cranny of the city offer one, which somehow diminishes its value. That’s where most spa goers are wrong, however. Salt scrubs are necessary if you are looking to detoxify your skin completely. Given that sea salt did not go through an artificial

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Role of Weight Loss Clinics in Achieving Optimal Body Mass Index

Did you know that obesity is one of the leading reversible causes of diseases in the United States? Statistics show that obesity increases the risk of developing various conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, elevated cholesterol, stroke, and kidney disease. Currently, the World Health Organization (WHO) strongly recommends weight loss treatments to maintain the

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Modern Braces for All

It used to be that metal braces were mostly fitted for teenagers. Dentists considered braces would work well, since teeth are still growing at this age. Unfortunately, braces didn’t have great appeal, as they caused wearers to feel self-conscious, they were material-heavy and difficult to clean.Products such as Invisalign in St John’s Wood now offer

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Regained Stability

For adults in Herefordshire, dental implants offer a convenient and powerful solution to the difficulties that come with missing teeth. These fully-customised dental replacements integrate with the patient’s jawbone. They are as user-friendly as a natural tooth. Unlike other types of substitute tooth, the patient doesn’t need to fiddle with clips or adhesives to ensure

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Stimulating Hair Growth the Natural Way – What Steps to Take?

On an average, a person can lose 60 to 100 strands of hair every day. This, however, is barely noticeable considering the hundreds of thousands more you have. Hair fall, to those of you who didn’t know, is actually part of the natural growth cycle of hair. It’s like the body’s natural process to get

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Feeling so gassy? Getting sick and lightheaded? You may be pregnant. Expect the unexpected: here are some of the strangest signs of early pregnancy.

Expect the Unexpected: 3 Strangest Signs of Early Pregnancy

Missed period, tiredness, nausea—these are the tell-tale signs of pregnancy that many people are aware of. Perhaps because they’re often reflected on TV or discussed over family reunions, these symptoms are considered normal for a woman expecting. What people don’t know, though, is that beyond the normal, there are strange symptoms that women often don’t

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Embracing Body Image: Helping People Fight Bulimia

In the US, women are more likely to suffer from an eating disorder than men. According to a report by the Foundation for Research and Education in Eating Disorders (FREED), 20 million women (compared to 10 million men) develop an eating disorder at some point in their life. Bulimia nervosa is a common type of

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