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Alcoholics & Their Families: How Alcohol Use Disorder Takes a Toll on Relationships

Consuming alcohol has been a common feature of social gatherings. However, its consumption carries a risk of health effects and social consequences. In fact, alcoholism is a growing predicament across the globe. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), about 24.7% of adults reported that they engaged in binge drinking in the past [&hellip

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Are You Eligible for a Hair Transplant?

In hair transplant news, a robot was unveiled recently in Birmingham as an automated hair transplant droid. The robot is said to have a harvest rate three times as fast as manual procedures. It also boasts HD vision, which helps the robot identify hair patterns for the transplant procedure. The robot is the only one of [&hellip

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A First Timer’s Guide to Skateboarding

Skateboarding has come a long way from being a popular hobby among teens to a competitive sport. If you are interested in skateboarding or if you are a parent of a child who wants to start this hobby, make sure that you know these essentials. Aside from the thrill one gets from doing this hobby, [&hellip

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Australian Agriculture Department Seeks Input on Imported Food Safety System

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources seeks feedback from the food import business over the proposed changes to the imported food safety system. Minister Barnaby Joyce believes the requirement of input from industry members and other stakeholders will ensure that the proposed changes will not have any unnecessary expenses, as well as added regulatory [&hellip

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Things You Need to Know About Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots thrust into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth.  According to the Academy of General Dentistry, dental implants are a good substitute to tooth loss because they feel and look more natural. Because dental implants prices are higher than other options, there are things The Priory Dental Practice thinks [&hellip

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Three Groundbreaking Dental Technologies that Reduce Chair Time

Digital technologies are shaping our everyday lives. In modern dentistry, digital technology is necessary to create advanced treatments and instruments to strengthen the practice and increase the quality of our lives. Monkmoor Dental Practice asserts that dental professionals have greatly benefited from these three groundbreaking technologies. From tooth restorations to oral surgery, today’s dental equipment [&hellip

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Pool Safety: The Must-Haves

Everyone's idea of a dream house is a mansion with its own outdoor pool. Most people dream of simply having a pool within reach whenever they need to relax from a tiring work day. Having your own swimming pool not only saves you from long trips just to enjoy a water park. It also gives [&hellip

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Bridging the Gap Between Your Teeth

A full smile, with all natural-looking teeth, can be yours again after suffering from insecurity and self-consciousness due to missing teeth. Fully restoring your smile’s appearance and function does not take much expense. The perks of modern dentistry Dental technology has improved through the years. These days, people with missing teeth can benefit from a dental bridge [&hellip

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Not Just a Hairdresser — a Fashion Week Hairdresser

Anyone can be a hairdresser, but only a few get the extra glam by working for Fashion Week. If you’re looking to live your fashion dreams and styling other people’s hair, you don’t want to miss this. Fashion Week isn’t just any ordinary show and styling the models’ hairs is an honor, especially if you’re [&hellip

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New Study Shows That Broccoli May Help Prevent Oral Cancer

Over 30,000 new cases of oral cancer are diagnosed every year in the United States, and more than 8,000 people die because of this. The rate of survival for this type of cancer is quite low, with only around 50 percent chance of a 5-year survival. Recently, there was a study led by the co-director [&hellip

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