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How Much Do Veneers Cost on Average?

How Much Do Veneers Cost on Average?Are you wondering how much do veneers cost? If yes, you should check out our simple guide here on the prices you can expect. Believe it or not, smiling can actually make you feel happier. More specifically, it releases endorphins, natural chemicals that can elevate your mood. Despite that, many people don’t like smiling. As it is, there are many reasons for that. For example, they might be unhappy with how their teeth... ❯❯❯

This Is How Much Vitamin C Your Body Needs Everyday

This Is How Much Vitamin C Your Body Needs EverydayHow much vitamin C should you take daily? What is the best form of vitamin C to take? Read on to learn everything you need to know here. Balancing the right amount of vitamins in your body can make a huge difference in not only how you feel, but also how your body systems function. Take vitamin C for example. This powerhouse vitamin found naturally in various foods, has the ability to boost your immune system, support healing,... ❯❯❯

The 3 Types of Skin Cancer and Their Treatments

The 3 Types of Skin Cancer and Their Treatments Going for a skin cancer screening can be incredibly anxiety-inducing. After all, no one likes to hear the word "cancer." You're not alone though. More than 9,500 people are diagnosed with skin cancer every day in the United States. Even if you don't have this illness, it's good to get screened for it. It's actually a very treatable disease and the sooner you know, the better. What most people aren't aware of is that there are 3... ❯❯❯

A Brief History of Artificial Fertilization: How Far Have We Come Since Then?

There are several treatments available for infertility. At one point, the only solution for infertile couples was adoption. Take a look at how advancements in science led to the evolution of fertility treatment. The Beginning There are stories that the first artificial insemination (AI) was in 1322. The Arabs used the technique to impregnate mares. Later, Henry IV, King of Castille, used the technique to impregnate his wife of six... ❯❯❯

How to Prevent Tooth Decay

Dental cavities are the most common disease in the world. In the US alone, over 90% of people have had one cavity or more at least once in their life. Under normal circumstances, the primary teeth and permanent teeth grow healthy from the jaw. Over time, poor care and improper eating habits often lead to tooth decay. Cavities can be favored by hereditary factors, but it is not a disease that is generally inheritable. This means the... ❯❯❯

Treatment for Drug Addiction: 5 Options to Consider

Treatment for Drug Addiction: 5 Options to ConsiderAre you trying to figure out your options for treating addiction? Read this article to learn more about treatment for drug addiction. More than 70,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania had the most deaths when adjusted for age. The numbers are no doubt grim. But there is hope. Treatment for drug addiction is one of the best... ❯❯❯

Gym Cleaning: How to Sanitize Your Gym During the Pandemic

Gym Cleaning: How to Sanitize Your Gym During the Pandemic If you have been given the go ahead from your local advisors to open up your gym, you must follow the right gym cleaning protocols. Click here to learn more. Although the COVID-19 cases surpassed 2 million in the United States, the states are ready to enter the re-opening phase. If your gym is has gotten the green light to re-open, you might have a lot of questions regarding how to do it safely. After all, the safety of gymgoers and... ❯❯❯

The Right Mindset: Getting Fit is About Allowing Yourself to Celebrate Small Wins

Many people exercise because they are trying to achieve a specific goal. This could be anything from training to run a marathon to exercising to fit into a dress you used to wear. Fitness goals that you set are typically long-term, and they may not feel very tangible on a day-to-day basis. Focusing only on these long-term goals can feel discouraging. This is why making a routine of celebrating the small wins along the way is so... ❯❯❯

COVID-19 Precautions: 7 Ways You Can Keep in Touch With Your Elderly Parents Without Visiting in Person

The last few months have been very difficult for many people because of COVID-19. However, it has been especially difficult for senior citizens who are living on their own or in nursing home communities. With the many restrictions put in place for everyone's safety, family members have not been able to be together. Below is a closer look at how family members can visit with their parents or elderly family members without seeing them in... ❯❯❯

Small Changes Go a Long Way: Modify These 5 Things in Your Life and Your Feminine Confidence Will Grow Accordingly

Most women are in charge of their house, family, and bringing home a paycheck. Some women handle the stress of being in charge or at least a co-partner in life, extremely well. Others simply hide the fact they are falling apart better than the rest. It would be great to get away to a medical spa with board-certified dermatologists a few times a year, but not every woman can manage such a trip.  Below are 5 things you can modify in... ❯❯❯