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Month: November 2016

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A Few of the Biggest Advantages of Taking Gymnastics Classes

November 30, 2016

It’s easy to say “I can’t do that” when we watch the Olympics or any other professional gymnastics event, but the truth is that everybody has to start somewhere. More often than not, that somewhere ends up being gymnastics classes for beginners.┬áIf you’re looking for a way to improve your physical health, here are just […]

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San Francisco Startup Wants to Be Airbnb For Assisted Living

November 21, 2016

Although there are many types of long term care options for seniors, the vast majority of people underestimate the actual need for them. In fact, research has shown that while 37% of people age 50 and over feel they will need long term care in the future, the reality is that around 70% will actually […]

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Follicular Unit Extraction or Follicular Unit Strip Surgery?

November 19, 2016

Are you experiencing hair loss? In the United States, approximately 35 million men are experiencing hair loss, which ranges from slightly thinning hair to baldness. Two-thirds of men 35 or older experience some level of noticeable hair loss. By age 50, approximately 85% of men’s hair will have significantly thinned. While there are multiple factors […]

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Deciding Between CPAP and BiPAP Machines

November 10, 2016

A good, restful night’s sleep is something that everyone looks forward to. Recovering from the stresses of the day, and resetting for another busy day tomorrow. But too many people do not get those glorious hours of restful or uninterrupted sleep as often as they should. For some it has to do with filling their […]

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New Study Reveals Link Between Sleep Apnea and Diabetes

November 8, 2016

New research shows that sleep apnea is linked to a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The study, which was conducted over two decades by researchers from Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Science in Japan, was the first of its kind to use a large number of subjects. Researchers studied 1,453 people, some […]

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What to Know About Cleft Palate and Lip

November 3, 2016

Cleft lip and palate happen while the baby is still in the uterus. It usually develops between the first six and 10 weeks of pregnancy. The bones and tissues the upper jaw, mouth and nose usually start developing at this point. But, what happens if this doesn’t happen properly, a cleft lip or a cleft […]

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Diagnostic Services Help People Maintain Their Health

November 1, 2016

Breast Cancer Survivor Number One On the last day of National Breast Health Awareness Month she posted the following: if you have managed to go all of October ignoring the reminders, this is your wake-up call. I was first diagnosed with breast cancer nearly four years ago. No previous lumps, no symptoms, no family history, […]

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