Coming Back To The Dentist After A Long Hiatus

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Time can slip away for many reasons, and sometimes you may find yourself going back to the dentist after many years without a dental appointment. Here are some things that you can expect when you haven't been to the dentist in many years. A Longer Deep Clean One thing that your dentist will probably want to do is a deep clean to remove all the plaque that has built up over the past few years.
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3 Things Your Pharmacy Can Do For You

Posted on: 29 July 2015

If you are like most people, you might not think twice about your pharmacy unless something goes wrong with your refill. However, you might be missing out on great benefits that might make your life a lot easier. Here are three things your pharmacy might be able to do for you if you just ask: 1: Flavor Your Child's Medicine Are you having a tough time getting your child to take that new medicine?
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Don't Just Settle For Any Cane: Choosing A Cane That's Both Functional And Fashionable

Posted on: 8 July 2015

If you've ever sustained an injury or needed a cane for ambulation purposes, you may have been dismayed by the typical selection of gray metal and brown wooden canes awaiting you at your local pharmacy or healthcare supply store. Let's face it, fashion probably isn't the main thing on the minds of most cane manufacturers, and that's understandable. Canes are made for the purpose of helping you to ambulate easier. But if you need to use a cane, why not make a fashion statement too?
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3 Types Of Hearing Aids To Consider

Posted on: 2 July 2015

Buying a hearing aid can be a bit tricky, mostly because there are many different types of hearing aids that all have their own unique set of benefits and challenges. Completely-in-the-canal, behind-the-ear, and in-the-ear aids are just three great options to consider.  Completely-In-The-Canal One of the biggest concerns that many people have about hearing aids is that people will notice that they are wearing them. While this can be a problem with some of the larger styles of hearing aid, a completely-in-the-canal aid is the most discrete option as the entirety of the hearing aid is located within the ear canal.
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