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2014

4 Skincare Home Remedies Your Aesthetician Hates

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Regular trips to the spa for a facial will leave your skin glowing, but what you put on your skin between appointments can work against you if you’re not using the right ingredients. Throughout the years you’ve probably heard a lot of myths about household items that will make your zit disappear, help you avoid bags under your eyes, or add hydration to parched skin. Some of those ingredients may actually be causing more harm than good. Read More»

Everything You Need To Know About The Stages Of Dementia

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The terms “dementia” and “Alzheimer’s” are often used interchangeably, but they refer to two different conditions. According to HealthLine.com, dementia isn’t a disease, but a group of symptoms affecting a person’s mental tasks, like reasoning and memory. The symptoms of dementia can be caused by several conditions, the most common of which is a disease known as Alzheimer’s. The Seven Stages of Dementia No known cure for the symptoms of dementia currently exists. Read More»

Four Compounds In Your Daily Coffee That Improve Your Health

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There has been much debate over the healthiness of coffee and whether or not its consumers are helped or harmed by their habit. While studies are still mixed, and a mocha heaped with whipped cream will never be a very healthy option, specific chemical compounds found in roasted coffee have been shown to demonstrate remarkable health benefits for regular coffee drinkers. These four compounds in particular have been shown to improve your health in a variety of ways, and by choosing your coffee consciously, you can increase your exposure to them while still enjoying a delicious  morning boost. Read More»

Learning To Hear: How To Handle Life With Hearing Aids

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Getting hearing aids can help you regain some of your independence and confidence. You’ll be able to keep up with conversations without awkwardly pretending that you hear what is being said, and you’ll get to experience new sounds that are music to your ears. You may find, however, that there are some things that make adjusting to life with hearing aids more difficult. Here are a few ways to cope with these hearing challenges. Read More»

Planning For A Successful Home Recovery From Your Total Hip Replacement

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You’ll soon be checking into the general orthopedics floor of the hospital to have your arthritic hip replaced. This procedure will help you to walk pain-free again. But the surgery is just the first step of the entire process. Your recovery at home must be successful to get the full benefit from your new hip. Here are some of the ways to have the best experience recovering at home. 1. Manage your pain closely. Read More»