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Five Things You Didn't Know About Botox

These days, Botox is practically a household word. Everyone knows about the quick and easy injection serum that helps smooth out lines and wrinkles. Cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists recommend it regularly for patients who want to refresh their face. There are even Botox parties so a bunch of friends can get it done at the same time. Despite all the knowledge and assumptions floating around, there are still some gaps in knowledge or misunderstandings about this product.

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Understanding Hair Transplant and When to Go For It

Have you noticed that many people take their youth and looks for granted? Unfortunately, some of them go into shock when they begin to lose their hair. However, there is one option on the table for people who would like to turn back the hands of time.

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How To Find The Right Dentist For You

Are you looking for a new dentist? Finding the right one is not as difficult as you may think. By spending a little time asking questions and gathering some basic information, it will be easy to identify one or two that are a good fit for you and your family.

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8 Truths About Morning Sickness

Did you recently find out that you're pregnant? Congratulations! You may be wondering ' when does morning sickness start ?' Or you may wonder what morning sickness symptoms will be like. Below we outline eight facts about morning sickness you may need to know.

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Normal Cholesterol Levels: How Much Do You Know?

There’s a lot of talk today about cholesterol and the need to maintain normal cholesterol levels. How much do you really know about this compound and why maintaining healthy levels is so important? Here are some basics you should keep in mind about cholesterol, what it does, and how you can ensure your levels are within an acceptable range.

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What to Do If You Think You Have Sleep Apnea

What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that temporarily interrupts breathing during sleep. Breathing may stop and start a few times to a few hundred times a night depending on the severity of the condition.

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6 Tips for Eye Health and Maintaining Good Eyesight

Vision problems are quite common particularly among older adults. Eye muscles become weak with age or eye lenses may harden (Presbyopia) making it difficult to see close objects or fine prints. Persistent dry eyes, inflammation or eye infection can also have adverse effects on vision if left untreated. Even extensive exposure to the glare from computers and smartphones can take a toll on eyesight.

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