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7 Most Popular Plastic Surgeries

Nobody is created perfect, but with the increasing attractiveness of surgery treatment procedures,

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23rd Nov 2018
Young 123
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How to Tackle a Blocked Tear Duct in an Infant

For young children, blocked tear ducts can be a common problem. It's important that parents and grandparents understand the steps they can take to tackle a blocked tear duct in infants.

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17th Nov 2018
John Bell
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Why do we snore when we've been drinking?

This phenomenon can be aggravated by being overweight. Above all, it is the loss of tone of the dilator muscles of the pharynx during sleep that causes this narrowing of the air-way.

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3rd Sep 2018
Nicki Jenns
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Who is surrogacy recommended for?

RIF described pregnancy

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31st Aug 2018
Usman Asad
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7 massage tips for a good massage: Massage lightly and effectively

Do you feel like massaging and getting valuable massage tips?

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30th Aug 2018
Andrea Hankins
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The Future of the NHS And Healthcare In The UK

The NHS has suffered many challenges in recent years, with annual crises in the winter, huge, and ever growing, waiting lists, underfunded mental health services, poorly paid nurses, tumultuous relations between the Government and junior doctors, and an ageing population. Despite all of that, it remains a treasured national institution which appears to be around for the long haul, but what does its future look like.

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16th Aug 2018
Morgan Franklin
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5 Easy Tips to Give Your Hair an Everlasting Glow

Are you growing older and you are noticing hair fall? Do you wish to have glossy and glowing hairs? Do you want to shine even after you cross 50? Here are some tips our ancestor’s practices. We should follow them to get benefits of black and glowing hairs and looks decent even become older.

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14th Aug 2018
John William
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Sleeping And Aging - Things They Have In Common

As we get older, our sleeping patterns are going to change.

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8th May 2018
Rono Bens
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Why Baby Boomers are At Risk of ICE Addiction

Baby boomers born in the 1960s are a generation seeped in cultural upheaval. They saw the rise of feminism, the anti-war movement, the end of the Civil Rights movement, and the beginning of drugs being introduced into mainstream access. Sadly, I didn’t realise that boomers are now at high risk of developing an addiction.

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1st May 2018
Trishana Kashyap
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Pros & Cons of Tech for Over 50’s

Technology has evolved drastically over the past 100 years, but has it all been for the better?

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13th Apr 2018
Trishana Kashyap
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Reasons to Take a Bicycle to Stay Fit in College

Nowadays, bikes have become a prevalent method of transportation for youth, in many colleges across the country, Europe and other parts of the world. It’s a great solution for weight loss and maintaining great shape, plus it’s eco-friendly and cost-effective.

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12th Apr 2018
Mary Stuart
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Gluten-Free Diet Can Help People With Neuropathic Pain

Recommended especially for people with celiac disease and gluten-intolerant people (non-celiac gluten sensitivity, SGNC), the gluten-free diet is not recommended for other people.

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5th Apr 2018
Nicki Jenns
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March is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month

During Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month, everyone should ensure that they are aware of how serious the issue of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and blood clots really are, as well as how to minimize your chances of developing the condition.

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24th Mar 2018
Jose Calvo
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Parkinson's disease. Is there a cure?

Parkinson's disease is still a mystery for medicine. Doctors do not have an unequivocal answer why it develops.

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12th Mar 2018
Helen Rookard
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Common sleep issues in later life

Some of the common sleep-related issues one can experience in later life and how to overcome these.

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8th Sep 2017
Jeff Nevil
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How Sedentary Jobs Affect Our Health

Millions of adults work a typical office job, where they are planted at a desk or cubicle for several hours a day without getting up and moving around.

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27th Jul 2017
Jose Calvo
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How to Prevent Tooth Decay

Catching tooth decay early on is important, but how do you prevent teeth from decaying?

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13th Jun 2017
Brid O' Connor
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How Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Can Help With Mental Illness

Basic introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and how it may help control and treat certain mental disorders.

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15th May 2017
Jason Lares
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Nearly 34% of UK adults fear the dentist

Going to the dentist should be on nearly every adult’s to-do list each year, but a recent survey shows widespread apathy.

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11th May 2017
Jose Calvo
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Maintaining Proper Posture After 50

Posture and spine health in our later ages is important. If we want to stay active and healthy we need to make sure to take care of our backs.

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17th Jan 2017
Leslie Lovelace
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What’s The Best Mattress For Back Pain?

One of the essential requirements of all human beings is to sleep comfortably at night so that the body gets recharged for the next day. Therefore, choosing a cozy sleeping surface should be a high priority for everyone.

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18th Dec 2016
Jeremy Ranson
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Eliminating Germs in a School Environment

Raising the standard of hygiene in schools can not only ensure that children are learning in a safe and welcoming environment, but can also help prevent the spread of germs leading to a decrease in school days being lost due to illness.

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5th Dec 2016
Ann Visser
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Research Highlights Laser Treatment for Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are a burden to many adults, affecting nearly 50% of the population, and not just those who are entering their golden years. A recent study published on the British Journal of Surgery shows why laser treatment might be the best option to treat them.

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28th Nov 2016
Jose Calvo
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Advice on caring for the elderly at home

Here you can read some useful tips on how to take care for the elderly at home whether it's your close friend or your parents to avoid as much discomfort as you can.

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28th Nov 2016
Romeo Dem
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Non-Healing Wound

Healing is a natural process, and the human body can treat the wounds itself. This is why bruises, cuts, and wounds do not require medical attention, and never considered to be severe, unless there is lots of blood loss involved, or when it is in a wider area.

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30th Sep 2016
Kerry Smith
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Invisible signs of elder abuse and how you can help

How to spot the invisible signs of abuse in elders and avoid the tragedy

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28th Sep 2016
Lucy Taylor
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The UK’s Pressure Sore Problem and Need for Prevention

The number of individuals over age 65 continues to rise within the UK, predicted to constitute 26% of the total population by the year 2065. The increase of older individuals puts a strain on public spending related to the NHS, but more importantly causes growing concern over the quality of care provided to patients within and outside care homes throughout the country. One of the glaring issues within the elderly population is the occurrence of pressure ulcers, also known as pressure sores.

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5th Aug 2016
Jose Calvo
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4 Simple Workout Tweaks for Stronger Glutes

No, that doesn't state workout tweaks for a more powerful butt. It claims tweaks because you only requirement a few steps for a strong backside, however a couple of small modifications to those workouts could make them significantly more effective.

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2nd Aug 2016
Aaron The best supplements for people
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The Importance of Remembering

Why nostalgia can help in later life

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1st Aug 2016
Stan Simons
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Making the Most of Life After 50 – A Reflection

A reflection on life before and after fifty, plus tips to make the most out of life at 50+

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29th Jul 2016
Jeff Nevil

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