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Dental Implants Procedure and Its Cost; What You Need To Know?
Are you thinking of availing a dental implant? The imagination of the implant procedure and cost may be scary. read more...
By Dr Paulo Pinho | May-23-2019

The Value of Preventive Health Care
Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death and disability in Australia, and about 50% of the population is diagnosed with at least one chronic condition. read more...
By Peter Hopkins | May-17-2019

Wisdom Teeth Removal - 7 Useful Tips for Easy Recovery
Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most common procedures carried out by dental professionals. read more...
By Paulo Pinho Doctor | May-16-2019

Planning on Getting Dental Implants? Ask these 6 Questions to Your Dentist
Dental implants are one of the most demanded ways of resolving missing tooth problems. read more...
By Paul Pinho | May-15-2019

How to Treat an Infected Wisdom Tooth
Wisdom teeth cannot be ignored as it can lead to infections and dental problems. Yes, anyone who has suffered from a painful wisdom tooth infection will tell you it is best to deal with them quickly. read more...
By PinhoPaulo | May-14-2019

778 Massage Therapy and Your Health
Massage therapy has been around for a long time. Throughout the world people use this type of holistic medicine. Hippocrates detailed how a physician could give a therapeutic massage to help a patient's overall health. read more...
By Candace Parksons | Apr-21-2009

1216 Customizing community, public and private pools
The definition of a swimming pool includes: a concrete excavation filled with water and is used for swimming; this is definitely a bland definition of what a pool should be. read more...
By David Christopher | Apr-18-2009

565 Healthy, Organic Alternatives for Pets and their People- Birkdale Medicinals Opens a Facility in MI
BirkDale Medicinals, the leader in alternative Dog Cancer treatment, announces a new face to face facility in Michigan. Human and Canine holistic, organic supplements available at facility and online. read more...
By Julie Strawsburg Mayes | Apr-17-2009

1265 Playground Safety
Playgrounds, adorned with the latest outdoor play equipment and structures, are great venues for children to develop their motor abilities, cognitive aptitude, and socializing skills. But sometimes, playgrounds pose hazards to children, even if all their child playground equipment have met and satisfied every safety standard. read more...
By David Christopher | Apr-14-2009

709 Playground equipment promotes play among children, develops motor and cognitive skills
A child’s first six years is the molding stage where the foundation of knowledge is the basis and skills are inculcated. How a child morphs into a unique individual is the result of a child’s own hereditary traits and his or her immediate environment, interactions and experiences during those years. Speaking of immediate environment, theorists and child behavior experts, regardless of their fields, agree that play is an essential part of a child’s developmental years. read more...
By David Christopher | Apr-10-2009

567 Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. read more...
By Valerie Balandra NP | Apr-08-2009

676 Industries and public facilities that would implement playground equipment
Playgrounds are designed for kids. And where a huge number of children converge, playgrounds replete with all the play structures are most likely there too. Most people already recognize the importance of the playground and the crucial role it plays in the progressing development of a child. But from a child’s own simplistic point of view, a playground is his territory, his realm so to speak. read more...
By David Christopher | Apr-07-2009

625 Master-planned communities
Who would not want to live in a home where the neighbors are nice, the streets are clean, facilities and amenities like play structures and outdoor play equipment are top of the line, and living in itself is a breeze? By these standards, having a home inside a master-planned community would be a dream come true for parents and their children. read more...
By David Christopher | Apr-04-2009

551 Is Sugar Really That Bad For You?
You've probably seen that commercial - the one where a mother sadly contemplates the mountains of sugar her family consumes daily. Her children pile it on their cereal, then snack on sugar-laden treats washed down with corn syrup-based beverages. read more...
By Valerie Balandra NP | Apr-02-2009

530 Natural Ways to Reduce Memory Loss and Improve Your Memory Skill
Do you occasionally have one of those “senior moments” where you walk into a room and then totally blank out on why you went in there, or scramble mentally to remember the name of a person to whom you were just introduced? read more...
By Valerie Balandra NP | Apr-02-2009

929 Coping With Stress at Work
Stress is becoming a much greater threat at work. On top of the stress you have at work, you also have to deal with the usual stress concerning your personal life. With the terrible economy and all of the layoffs taking place, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. read more...
By Meghna Naidu | Apr-02-2009

1272 Foot Arch Pain In Runners: Treatment Using Orthotic Insoles
Foot pain in athletes can be excruciating. Once you encounter heel or arch pain, it may be difficult to adjust your lifestyle if you are used to being active. It is important for runners to be aware of the symptoms and treatments for some of the more common types of heel or foot arch injuries. To treat heel pain in athletes effectively, you must first understand the causes. read more...
By Fred Solomon | Mar-31-2009

667 Tips for a Healthy Colon Through Proper Diet
The average person's diet is horrible and loaded with useless carbohydrates and sugars that stall the metabolism and have created the worst obesity epidemic the world has ever known. read more...
By Matt Peterson | Mar-30-2009

1023 Testing for Drugs in the Work Place is Worldwide, Not Just in U.S.
It’s easy to assume when you live in the United States that what we do in this country doesn’t always apply elsewhere. When it comes to drug testing employees for drugs and alcohol, the rest of the world is cracking the whip on drug free policies. read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

887 With EtG Testing, What is The Difference Between Urine Alcohol Testing and Hair Alcohol Testing?
It can be confusing to know what the difference between EtG urine alcohol testing verses EtG Hair alcohol testing, when it comes to testing for long term alcohol use, which method is best? read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

675 Test Your Employees for Drugs and Alcohol and Take Your Office off the Statistics List
If you think about all the occupations out there that need their employees to be at the top of their game- i.e. all of them, wouldn’t it scare you to know how many employers don’t test their employees for drugs and alcohol? read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

663 New Alcohol Testing Devices Have Parents and Teachers Talking
Recent discoveries of new alcohol testing devices are changing the way teachers, high school and university counselors are screening for alcohol abuse. Most of the community is thrilled with the findings, whereas some parent’s are not so sure. read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

763 Keeping Your Employees Safe and Your Office Legal
How much is too much when it comes to keeping your office safe? Is your office prepared for an emergency? Are your employees safe? What you don’t know about your employees’ habits outside work could affect your company’s overall performance. read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

932 It’s No Crime Scene at Your Office- It’s just Drug Follicle Hair Testing
Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing, random testing and testing in schools and in the courts is as common place as asking for your social security number but asking for bodily fluids is still intrusive. read more...
By Rebecca Beckett | Mar-27-2009

739 In Several Categories Hair Alcohol Testing Surpasses Traditional Methods of Testing
Breathalyzers, sweat and urine alcohol testing are all reliable methods of testing people for alcohol abuse but when compared to hair alcohol testing, no other method of alcohol testing stands up to it’s unfailing evidence. read more...
By Melissa Peterman | Mar-27-2009

715 Uncovering the Myths Surrounding Drug and Alcohol Testing
We’ve all heard that we shouldn’t eat a poppy seed muffin before we go take a drug test for a new job. This and other rumors and myths are common to drug and alcohol testing. read more...
By Rebecca Beckett | Mar-27-2009

602 Random Drug Testing May Become a High School Reality
If it were an option would you allow your teenager to undergo random drug testing to participate in high school athletics? This may be more of a reality as high schools look to ways to limit underage drug consumption. read more...
By Rebecca Beckett | Mar-27-2009

712 Economic Cut Backs Affecting Drug Testing
It is no secret that the economy is affecting areas we never thought possible. People are losing jobs and unemployment claims are up. However, how are more obscure areas being affected? read more...
By Rebecca Beckett | Mar-27-2009

1892 Over-pronation, fallen arches and flat feet
Pronation and supination are commonly heard terms, often mentioned in association with fallen arches, high arches, flat feet etc. This article explains the meaning of these terms and looks in particular at the problem of over-pronation. Over-pronation of the feet is a very common problem, affecting an estimated 70% of the population. This condition not only causes problems in the feet, but can also lead to pain and injury in other parts of the body. read more...
By Peter Van Dyke | Mar-25-2009

583 Natural Ways to Reduce Memory Loss and Improve Your Memory Skills
Do you occasionally have one of those “senior moments” where you walk into a room and then totally blank out on why you went in there, or scramble mentally to remember the name of a person to whom you were just introduced? read more...
By Valerie Balandra NP | Mar-23-2009