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Your Kids and Tooth Decay: What Every Parent Should Know

Dental cavities are among the most common childhood dental problems in the U.S. If left untreated, they can result in pain and various infections that can lead to issues with eating, talking, learning, and playing. Children and Tooth Decay – The Facts According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 20% of kids aged five to 11 and roughly 13% of teens from twelve to 19 years...

Pillow Talk: Why Talking About Sex Can Make It Better

While some people are comfortable talking about their more intimate moments, some find it difficult to do so. Not only does the topic seem shallow, sometimes it comes off as only dirty talk. What most people overlook, however, is that talking about it can be beneficial to the marriage by improving how things unfold in the bedroom. If you have reservations about sex therapy, trusted and well-known sex therapists...

No More Restless Nights: Ease Back Pain With the Right Sleeping Position

It is common for people with low back pain to suffer from sleep disturbances, causing them to wake up at least twice during the night. According to a study of more than 3,100 people, the worst time for back pain was between 7 pm and 12 am. The research also noted that the worse the pain, the more sleep was disturbed and affected. Sleep doctors from Brooklyn, New York, and Valley Stream say that certain sleeping...

Oral Health: Enjoying Dental Checkups with the Right Dentist

Dentists are different in many aspects, from the kind of education they had to their level of experience, and from the areas that they specialize in to the type of technologies they utilize. Of course, some have more experience and qualifications than their peers. Fees may vary depending on their expertise, but organizations and institutions in St. George also offer free dental education and services for those...

High-Protein Diets Not So Beneficial For People With Heart Diseases

The popularity of high-protein diets overshadow the risk it brings to people at risk of heart diseases, a new study suggest, that may even increase the likelihood of early death. An international team of researchers reported their findings at the European Congress on Obesity in Prague, Czech Republic about the dangers of high-protein diets and how counterproductive they really are in terms of fostering good...

A New Strain Of Drug-Resistant Typhoid Is Spreading Worldwide

A strain of typhoid impervious to antibiotics and drugs is spreading throughout the world, replacing ‘normal’ typhoid that is treatable. Researches from the Wellcome Trust note that bacterial samples from over 63 countries, such as Asian and Africa are resistant to conventional drugs and are becoming more difficult to kill. Typhoid fever and its effects Bacteria like Salmonella typhi or the related Salmonella...

Younger People Are Suffering From Strokes

More and more people from the younger generation, along with working-age men and women are suffering from strokes, and today’s unhealthy lifestyle is to blame.  The new study is changing the idea that strokes are a disease strictly for older people. Ischemic strokes Eighty seven percent of strokes are Ischemic Strokes, and these usually happen when a blood vessel cannot supply the brain with blood due to...

Liberia Finally Clear Of Ebola

Liberia is finally free of Ebola, but not without leaving over 4,700 dead. The World Health Organization declared the country in Western Africa finally free of the viral disease last Saturday, which makes it the first among the three hardest-hit countries to have the terrifying epidemic formally end. In the wake of death Monrovia, Liberia’s capital city was the setting of some of the most tragic scenes during...

Eating Junk Food Kills The Good Bacteria In Your Stomach

A new study shows that eating junk food actually kills off good bacteria in your stomach that is responsible in keeping you not only slim, but also protects you from heart disease and cancer. Tim Spector, a British genetic epidemiology professor at King’s College in London found that a diet of highly processed food, such as junk food and fast food, actually makes the stomach toxic to good bacteria that help...