4 Ways To Treat Varicose Veins

Posted on: 5 August 2015

Do you have varicose veins in your legs? Are they becoming noticeable and unsightly? Are they causing serious pain and discomfort? Varicose veins form when the valves in your leg's veins start to fail. The valves are responsible for directing blood back to the heart. If the valves fail, blood stays in the veins, eventually causing them to become clotted and swollen. The good news is that you have options available.
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3 Dental Conditions That Can Lead To Jawbone Deterioration

Posted on: 23 July 2015

Lifestyle choices and poor oral healthcare can both threaten the health and stability of your teeth. But those choices and resulting damage can also threaten the health and stability of your jawbone, which in turn puts teeth at even more risk. While tooth damage is often immediately noticeable due to a change in appearance, jawbone threats are often overlooked in favor of the dental and gum symptoms. This means that the jawbone can deteriorate before you even know it's at risk.
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Laser Treatment For Cold Sores: How An Oral Surgeon Can Help

Posted on: 29 June 2015

After you have tried pills and creams and you just want your cold sores to go away, you might want to try laser therapy. Although the lasers will not prevent you from ever getting a cold sore outbreak again, they will kill the virus in the sores you have and decrease the virus's ability to spread and mutate. An oral surgeon can help you with this process in the following ways.
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5 Ways To Help Protect Your Eyes From Cataracts

Posted on: 26 June 2015

Cataracts are common, but the incidence of the disease continues to rise. In fact, a study conducted in 2010 projects that by 2050, the number of cataract sufferers in the United States will have doubled from 24.4 million to almost 50 million.  Here are five ways to help protect your eyes from cataracts: Get Your Vitamins Vitamins are important to the health of your eyes. Research indicates that vitamins C and E may help you avoid cataract development and progression.
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