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How To Increase Your Chances Of Kicking Your Addiction

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If you have an addiction, you know how difficult it is to kick it. You may struggle with work, school, and the urges you have while you try to quit. How do you increase your chance of success and overcome your addiction? Here are ways you can increase your odds of success: 1. Get a Buddy Recruit someone else who is also struggling with an addiction or seek out a support group. Read More»

Three Things To Remember When You're Thinking About Getting An Egg Donation

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If you’re a working woman who’s either infertile or just a little too old to have children in the traditional way, getting an egg donation is a great way to fix your problem. Even if the procedures involved can be quite pricey, what is money compared to the smile of a newly-born child? When you’re thinking about getting an egg donation, make sure you remember these three things. You’ll Have An Increased Chance of Having Twins Read More»

Non–Age Related Hearing Loss: Types, Causes, and Treatments

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Hearing loss is where sound signals entering through the ears fail to reach the brain and thus cannot be processed. This is often viewed as something that only happens when we get old. While it is true that age is the most common reason for hearing loss, it is not the only cause. There are two main types of hearing loss, each of which can be the result of many factors that damage the intricate workings of the inner ear. Read More»

Receiving Physical Therapy Services In The Home

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Physical therapy treatment following illness, injury, or surgery not only helps you maintain physical function, but also may contribute to better emotional and cognitive health. But in some cases, leaving your home to commute to a hospital or outpatient clinic isn’t easy or even possible. That’s when home health services that provide physical therapy where the therapist comes to you can help. If you qualify for home care services, the benefits of receiving physical therapy in your home setting are numerous. Read More»

3 Oral Conditions That Can Affect Your Eyes

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If you have loose, carious, or infected teeth, you probably never thought about how they can affect your eyes. In fact, you may have thought your new onset of blurred vision, eye pain, redness, or distorted vision was simply because you needed a stronger eyeglasses prescription. Here are three ways your teeth and gums might be affecting your eyes and what you can do about them: Periodontitis The symptoms of periodontitis are similar to those of gingivitis, only more severe. Read More»