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   Jan 15

Five Tips to a Healthy Smile

Smiling is one of the best ways to attract attention, and a healthy smile can boost your confidence. Smiling can express the emotions you currently feel to others. If you embarrassed about your teeth, you may find yourself frowning more than smiling. Still, there’s hope: you can improve your smile by following these simple tips. […]

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   Jan 07

Holy Crap! I’m Taking 22 Pills a Day!

Hello For those of you who are new, I’m Jessica. This is a blog I originally made for work. Even though I don’t work for that company anymore, I love my blog too much to get rid of it. I haven’t really written any posts about myself yet so here goes.  This explains a little […]

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   Jan 05

Health Benefits of Getting a Massage

Have you ever tried massage therapy? If you are suffering from back pain, headaches, and other ailments, massage therapy may be able to help. Many people are turning to massage to help alleviate pain and rejuvenate the body. Read on to learn about the many health benefits of massage therapy. Jessica StaheliAbout the author: Jessica […]

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   Jan 05

How can Plan B pill save you from getting pregnant?

If you have had an unprotected sex or your contraceptive failed, there is still a solution; emergency contraception called Plan B, that can prevent unwanted pregnancy. It is important to note that it applies only to “emergency” and that it is not a regular method of birth control. Emergency contraception involves administering drugs to prevent […]

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   Dec 23

When is the Appropriate Time for Your Loved Ones to Receive Care?

No one wants to admit when their loved one needs outside assistance. Not only does it mean your loved one is getting to an age where their life expectancy is unknown, it also means having to make a decision for them that they may not necessarily like or be in agreement with. In many cases, […]

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   Dec 22

Is Cracking Your Own Back Good for You?

There are many misconceptions about the back that might help you relax a little bit. One of the bigger fears that people have is back cracking. Is it safe to crack your own back? When most people feel uncomfortable or have pain in their back, they will twist and turn their bodies to try and […]

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   Dec 18

Young at Heart: Learning to Age Gracefully

We live in a looks driven society. The pressure on men and women to remain looking young leads many of them to harmful processes that can dramatically effect their health. But, even though it seems society places youthful looks in a high regard, more and more people are waiting to their later years to start […]

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   Dec 18

The Lasting Effects of Natural Disasters

Almost weekly, the international media is filled with stories about a natural disaster making an immediate and negative impact on a specific community. Yet while we often let these occurrences slip to the back of our minds, the lasting effects on ground zero of the disasters can often have devastating consequences for years to come. […]

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   Dec 18

An Overview of Pediatric Chiropractic

If you are a parent who is considering adding pediatric chiropractic care to your child’s health and wellness routine, you may be unsure of what benefits you can expect. Chiropractic care can be used both for preventative care and maintenance care, and it can be used short-term or long-term. Below are just a few of […]

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   Dec 17

Five Ways to Boost Your Fertility

It can be incredibly difficult for a woman to have trouble with fertility when they long to be a mother. Because many women are already attached to their future children, it can be heartbreaking when test after test tells you that you are not pregnant. Jessica StaheliAbout the author: Jessica Staheli is a health and […]

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