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Proper oral care is a constant necessity, regardless of age. However, the older we get, the more prone we become to various dental issues. After all, after years of chewing, grinding, wear and tear of one’s teeth, and so on, it’s no wonder that seniors tend to experience certain dental health problems more often than the younger generations. Not to mention that it’s not uncommon for seniors to neglect their dental care, especially when they have other health issues to worry about. But this also can lead to dental issues as certain diseases and meds can also affect one’s dental condition. The following oral issues seem to be most common among seniors.  Read more
HEALTH TIPS  Nov 14, 2019 12:10
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HEALTH TIPS  Nov 11, 2019 20:29
Let’s start with a question: What is CBD? CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It’s an extracted chemical from cannabis plants that can be used as an amazing pain reliever. Companies have been getting savvy with this wonder drug, and they are infusing them into just about anything you can think of. Oils, lotions, gummies, roll-on sticks, and even candy are being infused with CBD. If you haven’t tried it yet, there is an easy way for you, and it’s a wonderful experience.   Read more
HEALTH TIPS  Nov 08, 2019 14:22
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