Many people fear becoming old. A big part of that fear is brought on by assumptions about aging that may not always be the case, or in some instances, are outright false. Learning more about these assumptions can help people understand and hopefully cure some of their fears. It can also help others understand what […]
Productivity is the hustle culture’s currency in this world. Even when you’re walking, you have to do something a little productive, like listen to podcasts and audiobooks. When you’re at work, productivity should be at its peak to increase job performance. Sometimes, one’s health is compromised for the sake of productivity—skipping meals, staying up all
In recent years, the rapid increase in demand for aesthetic treatments such as dermal fillers and fat-removal procedures has been underpinned by a society that emphasises the idea of individuals looking polished and at their best. But more than one factor comes into play when looking at the positive trajectory of the non-surgical aesthetic market.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States and around the world. In 2012, 14.1 million people were diagnosed with cancer. Despite advancements in treatment, 8.2 million people cancer-related deaths were recorded worldwide that year. Cancer is a serious illness that needs immediate medical attention. However, it is not a death sentence.
Many dental practices are moving beyond the constraints of tending only to teeth and gums and are encompassing the needs of their patients in alternative ways as well. A dentist understands that a smile goes beyond the lips and if a patient of theirs is looking to transform their smile into something they are excited