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Watch For Signs Of Oral Cancer

Watch For Signs Of Oral Cancer

NC – Dental hygienists say that we can all play an active role in reducing the risks of developing oral cancer. Our own actions can improve treatment outcomes through early detection and lifestyle choices. Oral cancer is the 13th most ...

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Three Tips For Building Strong Families

Three Tips For Building Strong Families

What Worked in the Old Days Still Works Today, Says Award-Winning Author Have you ever wondered how members of the same family, from aunts, uncles and cousins to siblings born of the same parents and raised in the same household, ...

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Why Do You Look So Tired?

Why Do You Look So Tired?

Nationally Recognized Facial Cosmetic Surgeon Explains  For a malady that’s as common to aging as waning vision, Festoons – also called “malar mounds” — aren’t well understood by the public, says Adam J. Scheiner, M.D., an international eyelid and facial ...

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Healthy Eating For Kids

Healthy Eating For Kids

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses In many families, planning and preparing meals can help children buy into weight management. Involve children in shopping and food preparation. Have the child start thinking, “I am doing this to be strong and healthy; ...

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Fitness Success Depends On Action, Not Words

Fitness Success Depends On Action, Not Words

NC – A New Year’s resolution is a personalized promise to make a positive change on the first day of January – and no resolution is more popular than losing weight, or being more active. So why have so many ...

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Tips For Indulging Your Taste Buds While On A Diet

Tips For Indulging Your Taste Buds While On A Diet

It’s hard to stick to a low-calorie diet day after day to lose weight, but new research shows you don’t have to, says Dr. Susie Rockway, a veteran nutritional and biochemical expert in the U.S. health industry. “Recent studies show ...

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How To Make A Date With Yourself For Valentine’s Day

How To Make A Date With Yourself For Valentine’s Day

No Matter Your Status, Make Time for Your Longest Relationship, Says Acclaimed Therapist Whether you’re married, single or divorced, Valentine’s Day’s emphasis on romance and the expectations it sparks can create more stress than joy for many people, says Dr. ...

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Understanding Women’s Health – PART II

Understanding Women’s Health – PART II

By Dr. Virginia Nsitem Pride Health Columnist This article will discuss fibromyalgia.  FIBROMYALGIA Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes widespread muscle and joint pain, tiredness, poor sleep, difficulty with memory and mood swings. Some researchers believe that fibromyalgia increases the ...

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Winter Activities: Tips To Avoid Injury

Winter Activities: Tips To Avoid Injury

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses  When snow, ice and frigid weather blast into town, watch out, says Dr. George Traitses. Winter recreational activities and chores can pose problems for the outdoor enthusiast whose body is not in condition. Winter sports like ...

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