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The Lowdown on Oily Scalp: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Of all the problems concerning your hair, perhaps the hardest-to-deal-with is an oily scalp, which often causes even more issues, such as stringy hair and limp strands. Because the hair is one of the first things people notice, oiliness can make you feel self-conscious. It can seriously affect your self-esteem, causing you unnecessary stress, ultimately [&hellip

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Burning a Hole In Your Pocket: Enjoy Your Hard-Earned Cash

Payday is one of those special days that make every person in London particular very happy. It belongs up there with the rest of your birthday, Christmas, and every joy-inspiring occasion there is. Why? This is the sole date that rewards you of the labour you punch in at work day in and day out. [&hellip

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Simple Hacks that Preserve Your Dentures

A lot of people may feel distress upon losing a tooth. Activities such as chewing food become tougher, and the gap created mars the appearance of a perfect smile. In Richmond, dentures address this concern. However, without proper maintenance, the custom-made teeth may incur damage. Take good care of your dentures to preserve your appearance [&hellip

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New Activities to Try to Make the New Year More Exciting

The New Year offers a great opportunity for you to start new things in your life. Everyone feels recharged and renewed when this time comes, so it’s a perfect time to finally pursue something you’ve always wanted to try. You can do it alone or ask your friends to try it out with you. Whatever you [&hellip

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Stop the Habit: 3 Sources of Support You Need When Quitting Smoking

Smoking is dangerous to one’s health, but some people still ignore this warning. If you have started smoking but are now trying to quit, you know how challenging it can be. At times like this, you will need all the support you can get. You can start finding support and encouragement from the following people: [&hellip

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Preparing for a Group Trip: Ways to Lessen Those Stressful Moments

One important issue that can arise when traveling in a group is everyone not being equally prepared. To avoid bigger problems later on, it’s important to address issues when you’re packing for the trip. Make sure everyone agrees on a few items, such as the following: Is everyone carrying on or checking baggage? It can [&hellip

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Cute and Chic: A Woman’s Guide to Summer Fashion 2015

Finally, summer is here. We can ditch the coats, the slacks and long-sleeved shirts and replace them with skirts, tank tops and mesh. The fashion choices this time of year, as they always do, is different from last year. From midriff baring numbers from last year, there is more covering up this season. If you [&hellip

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Gap Year: What to Do With All Your Free Time

The “Gap Year” is that year off you take before going to university or graduate school. A lot of graduates focus on what’s ahead and fail to celebrate that they’ve recently survived a daunting journey, be it high school or college. It’s the perfect time to do things that you otherwise wouldn’t have the time [&hellip

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Window Coatings: Even Too Much Sun is Not Good

Let’s face it—the sun is only great when it’s not causing you trouble as you’re driving down the highway or relaxing in the living room in the middle of the day. Your home and your car would feel like an oven if all the heat gets trapped inside. Too much heat exposure results in rising [&hellip

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Possible Causes for the Increasing Use of Mobility Devices

In America, the increase in the demand for mobility devices is so alarming it has caused some to worry. From 2004 to 2012, there’s been an increase of almost 50% among over-65 Americans. Studies have found that more than 8 million seniors in the US have at least one mobility device, including canes and walker. This [&hellip

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