3 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Their First Dental Visit

Posted on: 5 February 2015

Preparing for a child's first dental visit is important.  While it is recommended that this visit should occur around the age of 12 months, it is likely that many parents procrastinate and take their children at an older age.  Regardless of how old a child is when they first visit the dentist, preparing the child for the visit is beneficial for everyone involved.  Talk about the visit in order to prepare your child in a positive way.
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Facts About Laser Hair Removal Every Woman Should Know

Posted on: 30 January 2015

If you are like many women, you pluck, wax, tweeze  or shave away unwanted face or body hair on a regular basis. Unfortunately, you may do so hidden behind a locked bathroom door; so that nobody will ever learn your secret. However, laser hair removal is an option that can help you become hair free for months or weeks at a time, while some women have experienced permanent hair loss after several treatments.
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Some Signs Of Skin Cancer That You Should Look For

Posted on: 28 January 2015

Skin cancer is very serious and more common than you think. In fact, roughly 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in the United States every year. This is why it is so important that you learn the early warning signs of skin cancer so that you can see a doctor and begin treatment right away. In some cases you will need cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, and in other cases you might need surgery.
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Reasons It's Time To Switch To Contacts

Posted on: 26 January 2015

Contact lenses have come a long way since they were first developed. Now made from more permeable materials, they are much more comfortable to wear, and much better able to stay in place. While hard lenses have pretty much gone out of fashion, soft lenses have continued to be popular. Here are three reasons it's time for you to switch to contacts. Give Yourself Better Vision Correction Contact lenses fit closer to the eye than glasses, so they provide a much more natural vision correction.
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