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Are You Looking for Teeth Whitening Methods?

White teeth mean bright smile and the bright smile means bright life.

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11th May 2018
Raman Bajwa
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Tips for Healthy Living In Old Age

No matter what your age, you can redesign how you're living and embrace a healthier lifestyle.

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6th May 2018
Rono Bens
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How to be eco-friendly on vacation

Travelling to new destinations and exploring different food, culture and lifestyles is one of life’s great joys. For those of us who like to get away on a regular basis, however, the impact our vacation time can have on the environment is pretty big.

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4th May 2018
Morgan Franklin
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12 Scientifically proven tips to help you sleep better

We should all get enough sleep. Yes, in theory we know that. But we also know that this is often easier said than done.

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15th Apr 2018
Andrea Hankins
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Diabulimia: A Frightening Phenomenon

Most of us know someone with diabetes these days. Sadly, most of us who don't have it are very ignorant of the dangers associated with both types. When a person has Type 1 Diabetes, taking insulin every single day for the rest of their lives is necessary to stay alive.

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12th Apr 2018
Elena Willson
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Top 10 Weight Loss Tips for Women

Eavesdrop on any group discussion about women’s health care, and the one issue that the participants would talk to the most about is weight-loss.

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30th Mar 2018
Vijay Kumar
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Staying Active in the Golden Years: Activities for the Young at Heart

As you enter your retirement years, the thought of boredom seems inevitable. With your children grown and career as a distant memory, being motivated each day might be difficult. However, your golden years can be just as fulfilling or better than your working days of the past.

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27th Mar 2018
Elena Willson
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The Most Effective Method To Start Doing Yoga At Home

For some individuals with tight timetables, doing yoga or different sorts of workout all the time can be very much a test. There’s simply no time to really go out and go to yoga classes all the time. Be that as it may, hold up!

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25th Mar 2018
Vijay Kumar
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Top 4 Yoga Benefits For Athletes

Yoga is not all about poses or asanas, it's much more beyond that. Yoga can help you achieve positiveness in your life.

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22nd Mar 2018
Vijay Kumar
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Less Common types of Breast Cancer

This type of tumor in the breast is rare and is formed in the breast tissue, unlike the carcinomas that form in the ducts or lobules. They tend to grow rapidly, but they rarely spread outside the breast. Most phyloid tumors are benign (noncancerous)

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14th Mar 2018
Dmytro Mikhnenko
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Concerns about elderly care?

Figures from Age UK make for harrowing reading, approximately 426,000 people are being cared for in the UK in some form of a residential care home, this includes nursing homes.

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13th Mar 2018
Michelle Hughes
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Chicken Recipes Sumptuous Delight For Non Vegetarians

Chicken Recipes

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12th Mar 2018
Sapna Kanwar
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The 5 Things Every Woman Over 50 Should Do For Better Health

Women over fifty are at that time of life when we may be going through a lot of changes. Riding the hormonal roller coaster is no fun!

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27th Feb 2018
Amy Smith Brown
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Helping Caregivers to Become More Confident and Competent

Local care for people in need of care and dementia is responsible and exhausting. Your Care Partners helps family caregivers to organize care and help themselves in case of overload. Information, advice, practical relief in everyday life, courses and exchange are part of the range.

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15th Feb 2018
Your Care
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14 Incredible Benefits of Eggs

For a long time, eggs got a bad rap. There was this misconception that they were unhealthy, as they contain a high amount of cholesterol. However, as science has advanced, the truth about eggs has been revealed: not only is the cholesterol they contain the good type (HDL), but they are also packed with a wealth of vitamins and nutrients that are essential for overall health and well being.

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9th Nov 2017
Verona Pinder
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The Top 10 Causes of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep is something that many people treat as a luxury, but it is a necessity. Health care experts have stated that most people need at least 7 hours of sleep at night to be able to function properly

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22nd Sep 2017
Carol James
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Scheduling online appointments – How is this beneficial to medical practices?

If you have noticed, an increasing number of medical practices throughout the world are going online with the introduction of their appointment booking systems. Clinics, hospitals and therapeutic groups, you name them and they all have a system of scheduling online appointments. With the advancements in the internet, there is a greater need to understand how such systems are not only working but they also potentially benefit the patients and their practice.

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12th Jul 2017
Ashley Mills
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Being a carer is part of me, but it doesn't define me

David Dean is self-employed and from Buckinghamshire, and a carer to his wife Julie. Julie has Multiple Sclerosis, a condition that affects the central nervous system. Over the years her condition has progressively worsened, meaning David has had to often adapt his career and role as her carer.

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15th Jun 2017
David Dean
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Top 6 Health Mistakes Women Make in Their 50s

Although most of the modern women are conscious about their health these days than they were a few years back, yet in the process of fulfilling their dreams as well as the expectations of the family, kids and making careers, they do not pay as much attention to their health as required.

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9th Jun 2017
Eve Charlton
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Simple Tips to Stay Healthy after 50

A few tips to stay healthy as you age.

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8th Jun 2017
Mathews McGarry
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The Need for Early Hip Fracture Surgeries to Prevent Deaths

When hip surgery is not performed within 24 hours of a fracture diagnosis, one in three patients die within 12 months due to the extent of recovery needed post-procedure.

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22nd May 2017
Jose Calvo
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Sleep Apnea: The Health Issue Right Under Our Noses

Sleep apnea is a serious health issue characterized by shallow breathing, snoring, and breathing pauses during sleep. As a result, people suffering from this sleep disorder usually feel fatigued and drained, mainly because they’re constantly waking up.

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27th Apr 2017
Tracey Clayton
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How Translation Can Save Your Life

It’s no surprise that for men aged 50 and over, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in England.

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25th Apr 2017
Sean Hopwood
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Must-Follow Health Habits for 2017

Healthy living is essential for human survival. Developing healthy habits depends on the individual’s adopted strategy and goals. It is important to know that achieving absolute health does not happen rapidly. Many people eliminate certain foods from their diet or endeavor to lose massive weight all at once. This strategy is detrimental as it strips the body of necessary nutrients.

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20th Mar 2017
Olivia Jones
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5 Important Tips For Maintaining a Treadmill

5 Important Tips For Maintaining a Treadmill

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8th Mar 2017
Kate Harding
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CLA might help to burn fat faster

CLA is a group of polyunsaturated omega fatty acids which are produced by enzymes and certain bacteria in animals, which is the main reason why CLA is found naturally in milk, eggs, cattle bee

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25th Feb 2017
Kate Stone
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8 Unhygienic Habits that Destroy Your Teeth

If you are residing in Battersea, your local Battersea dentist will recommend drinking water that contains fluoride as much as possible to protect your teeth.

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7th Feb 2017
Rebecca Parkinson
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How your vision changes as you get older

This article looks at some of the conditions you might have to deal with as you age, and how your eyes change as you get older.

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27th Jan 2017
John Bell
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Chemical Exfoliant The Difference Between BHA and AHA

Looking for appropriate skin exfoliants can get a bit tricky if you’re starting late in the game.

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12th Jan 2017
Michel Jones
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5 sports for your grandchildren

What sports are perfect for students? Which ones are the most beneficial for them? Learn more here.

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22nd Dec 2016
Alicia Olson

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