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Month: April 2014

Are You Experiencing Chronic Pain? You May Want to Consider Acupuncture

April 28, 2014

Do you experience chronic pain in your back, neck, hands or other area? If so, you may want to consider all the possibilities for alleviating this pain which include the benefits of acupuncture. The National Health Interview Survey in 2007 reported over three million people in the United States had utilized acupuncture within the last […]

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Breast Basics What’s the Difference Between Augmentation and Lift Surgery?

April 23, 2014

According to recent surveys, women who elect to increase their chest size via breast augmentation surgery or reshape their breasts through breast lift surgery tend to sleep better at night — in a manner of speaking. These women studied reported a 34% increase in their overall sexual satisfaction. Is it any wonder that breast augmentation […]

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Assisted Living Offers Perfect Care Solutions

April 22, 2014

If you have a loved one who is in failing health, it is time for you look into an assistance living facility. Whether you choose assisted living, a nursing home or skilled nursing facility, your loved one can get the care they need. Check out your assistance living options and help you loved one regain […]

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Three Popular Food Myths (And Why They’re Totally Bogus)

April 18, 2014

Fats are bad, but fatty acids are good. At least, that’s what the health junkies have been telling us for years. They’re not wrong, by the way. That’s part of the reason that the whole coconut craze began in the first place. Coconut oil, coconut milk, even coconut water became symbols of health-conscious living — […]

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Three Common Causes of Your Persistent Back Pain Problems

April 18, 2014

Believe it or not, nearly half of all working Americans admit to suffering through chronic back pain every year, and back issues are the single most commonly reported reason for missed days on the job, statistics show. The worst of the symptoms tends to hit the upper back, or cervical spinal, area or various regions […]

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Patients Look to Less Invasive Cosmetic Procedures

April 14, 2014

Minimally invasive and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures have been making headway over the past few years. In 2012, Americans spent $483 million on 13 million nonsurgical procedures, such as laser hair removal, laser vein treatment and chemical peel treatment. This compares to only 5.6 million reconstructive plastic surgery procedures, including an estimated 243,000 rhinoplasty procedures and […]

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6 Million People Can’t Be Wrong

April 10, 2014

Introduced by the Greeks as early as 500 B.C as mineral and heated water baths, hot tubs and spas still draw a heavy following. Hot tubs and spas offer a great arena for family bonding and entertaining, as the nearly 6 million people in the United States who currently own a hot tub can attest […]

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The Hottest Haircuts for Spring 2014

April 9, 2014

Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. Extreme cold temperatures will warm up and persistent winter storms will finally come to an end, and many celebrate the new season with fresh — and stylish — haircuts. What are the most fashionable haircuts for spring 2014? “The Era of Long Hair is Over” […]

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Three Things Every Woman Should Know Before Having Breast Augmentation Surgery

April 7, 2014

Though the procedures have come a long way since their initial inceptions in the 20th century, having breast implants or undergoing a breast lift procedure is still no picnic, as they say. Most people know that implants are made of either saline or silicone, but did you know that there are three separate incision points […]

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How Urgent Care Faciltiies Serve You

April 4, 2014

It seems like urgent care clinics are popping up all over the country. There is a good reason for it. Urgent care emergency rooms play a vital role in our society. They serve a demographic that needs immediate medical care after hours, that may not necessitate a trip to the hospital’s emergency room. There are […]

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