Health & Wellness
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People are often extremely concerned during the summertime about the shape of their body, but often neglect the shape of their teeth. With so much to do outside and so many tempting treats, such as ice cream and sodas, we often forget to properly take care of our teeth. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, dental-related emergencies increase during the summer months, due to the fact that we change our daily routine, which includes our oral hygiene, and we use our teeth as tools. In order to not fall victim to the “summertime ewws,” Water’s Edge Dentistry has created a list of do’s and don’ts to help save you an unexpected visit to the dentist this summer:
No illness kills more women in the United States than heart disease. And the latest research shows that one of the best ways to protect yourself is to control your blood pressure. Here’s how.
Having done the hair and makeup for our wonderful Ovarian Cancer Awareness ambassadors, we asked the professionals at Stella Nova Spa Salon West Ashley to share their beauty advice for those with medical hair loss and ways to incorporate teal into our beauty routine for Ovarian Cancer Awareness month.
Back to school is more than supplies and completion of summer reading. Make sure your child is set for school with these “Gold star” tips.
With the kids back in school, a parent’s focus shifts from dealing with issues on the home front to those on the school front. For some parents, this might mean getting phone calls from the school about your child’s behavior. Some teachers or administrators might even suggest that your child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or AD/HD. These resources may help you to better understand what this means for your child and your family.
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The CDC’s 12 Ways of Health will help you to be mindful of your wellness during the busy holiday season: