Stop Smoking with S.T.A.R.T.

Ready to stop smoking? We all know smoking’s health risks. There are also other problems that smoking can cause, such as enjoying physical activity or qualifying for Life Insurance. Still, knowing the benefits of quitting doesn’t make it any easier to do so. That’s because smoking tobacco is not only a physical addiction, but also a psychological habit.  ...
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Three Ways to Build Better Balance

Retirees and people approaching retirement can now put less focus on establishing a healthy work/life balance, and more focus on maintaining their physical balance. After all, balance is crucial to performing everyday activities from climbing the stairs to reaching for an item on a shelf at the supermarket. According to experts, along with cardio and some gentle strength training, exercises to...
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Over 46% of Adults Have Gum Disease. Are You One of Them?

Nearly half of American adults have some form of gum disease. Despite this alarmingly large percentage, many avoid treating the problem. Untreated gum disease can cause gum recession and tooth loss and is linked to diabetes and heart disease. Luckily, you can prevent and treat most gum disease by following good dental habits.   What is Gum Disease? Gum disease, or periodontal...
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A Great New Year’s Resolution: Make 2022 the Year to Love Your Smile!

New Year’s resolutions frequently revolve around increasing your health or your wealth. Want a resolution that benefits both? By committing to making 2022 the year you focus on your dental care, you’ll create a win-win for your oral health and financial situation. After all, the best way to solve expensive dental issues is by avoiding them in the first place!   A Good...
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