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Five Reasons to Consider a Simple Implant to Treat Chronic Back Pain

Marina Del Rey, CA. The vast majority of adults know what it’s like to experience back pain. In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), around 80 percent of adults will experience back pain at some point in their life. But for most people, that pain doesn’t last long and goes away on its […]

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Improving Your Appearance and Loving Your Smile Just Got Easier

When it comes to loving what we see in the mirror, our teeth and smile have a lot to do with how we feel about ourselves. The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry reports that 86 percent of those getting cosmetic dentistry do so to improve their physical appearance. One of the most popular services that […]

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Company Gives Back to Injured Veterans, Helping them at Every Step

New York, N.Y. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 18.5 million veterans in the country. Like the rest of the population, they experience lower leg injuries, resulting from any number of issues. One company has created a way to help them every step of the way, making it more comfortable for them to […]

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CDC: More People Committing Suicide Than Ever Before

Washington, D.C. The high-profile suicides of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and designer Kate Spade in the same week come at a time when more people are committing suicide than ever before, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports, but suicide isn’t uniquely an American issue. The World Health Organization estimates that every 40 seconds, someone […]

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Bauer Fund Highlighted as Suicide Continues to Stalk America

New York, N.Y. My beloved mother committed suicide. My good friend’s son Grant Bauer committed suicide. Celebrities commit suicide. There is an epidemic stalking America that snuffs out lives young and old, rich and poor, famous and not. None of us or our families are completely immune. American celebrity chef, author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain […]

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A Few Ways to Get Rid of Your Bad Breath Once and For All

It’s something that none of us wants, but at some point we likely all experienced it. Bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis, is a condition that leaves you running for your toothbrush or worse yet, prompt others to run from you. June is Oral Health Month, making it a great time to nip this common […]

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Orthodontic Myths and Truths about Braces and Clear Aligners

New York, N.Y. The thought of undergoing orthodontic treatment with braces leaves some people feeling a bit uneasy, especially if they have been listening to all the myths that abound. The myths surrounding wearing braces not only keep some people from taking a step forward and putting them on the path to straighter teeth, but […]

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What You Should Know About National Mobility Awareness Month

New York, N.Y. May is National Mobility Awareness Month, and a great time to take stock in this important topic that the majority of us take for granted, at least until we are presented with a mobility challenge and are able to see just how important our mobility is. Mobility issues affect more people than […]

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