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Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment saves a severely infected and painful or damaged tooth and without it, we’d have no other choice but to remove the tooth. Afterwards, a tooth that has received root canal therapy will feel comfortable and can be fully restored, so it’s an excellent treatment for preserving a tooth. During treatment, the diseased…

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Food and Drinks That Make Dentists Wary

Did you know that in Aug it is National Dental Health Week? Whilst good oral hygiene is essential, so are your food and drink choices. You might be surprised at which foods can harm your teeth. Diet Soft Drinks Diet soft drinks may seem a safe choice, but the sugar is replaced with acids. These…

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Ways to Turn Up Your Happy Dial

Would you love to feel happier? While some factors are out of your control, there is quite a lot you can do to turn up your happy dial. Happiness is related to the frequency of positive emotions rather than their intensity and listed below are a few ways to feel happier. Put Yourself First Putting…

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Chicken Noodle Soup

What could be more comforting than chicken noodle soup? This recipe contains ginger, which is especially good if you have a cold. Ingredients 175g skinless chicken breast 1tsp fresh chopped ginger 50g wheat or rice noodles 2-3 thinly sliced mushrooms 2tsp soy sauce, plus more for serving 900ml chicken or vegetable stock 1 finely chopped…

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How to Enrich the Value in our Lives

Everybody wants to live a long and happy life, but often it’s not so easy to achieve and nobody is perfect. However, when we learn from our mistakes and think about how we can better ourselves, it can enrich the value in our lives. Many of us know older people who seem to have given…

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Wisdom Teeth & Tooth Extractions

We always try very hard to save natural teeth. However, sometimes we don’t have any choice other than to extract a tooth. Quite often, we need to remove wisdom teeth that cannot properly erupt, because they try to come through in a jaw that is too small or already overcrowded. When wisdom teeth cannot erupt…

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5 Benefits of Coffee

The smell of a freshly brewed cup of coffee can be enticing and thankfully this is one habit that can be good for your health. If you love a delicious mug of coffee in the mornings, then drink up and read on to discover five potential benefits of drinking coffee. Coffee is full of antioxidants,…

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Removing the Barriers to Happiness

It is our birthright to enjoy happy and fulfilled lives, but all too often our own beliefs and preconceptions help prevent true happiness. One common belief is that happiness is not something we can control, but often it is our reaction to a situation rather than the actual situation that makes us unhappy. Another commonly…

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Chicken Glazed with Apple Cider

Warm up with this easy-to-make dish that everyone will enjoy. Ingredients 6 trimmed, bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs 2 sliced apples 2/3 cup apple cider 1 large peeled and cubed sweet potato 1tbsp butter 2tbsp honey Tbsp grainy mustard 2tbsp olive oil 3 sprigs rosemary Salt and pepper Instructions Preheat oven to 220°C. Place the apples,…

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Middle-Aged Tooth Loss is Linked to Heart Disease

If you are unlucky enough to lose two or more teeth during middle age, then you could be risking more than your smile. The fewer teeth you have at this stage of life, the higher your risk of cardiovascular disease. A recent research study discovered that adults who lost two or more teeth had a…

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