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The Honest Guide to College

I’m not going to lie, sometimes college can be a lot. After my first year, and befriending quite a few upperclassmen, I’ve learned some helpful trick that has helped keep me sane and on top of things. So I thought I’d pass them on! Also, I essentially consider this part one of the honest guide to college, this one will…

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How Often Should College Students Get a Dental Checkup

Unfortunately, college students are at a high risk of cavities. Since college offers them the freedom that they may have never experience before, many college students choose to do whatever they want, whenever they feel like it. If they are not in the mood to brush or floss, they simply won’t. When this happens, they leave some parts of their…

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Should My Daughter Get a Permanent Bottom Retainer?

If your daughter is done wearing braces, you are likely pleased with her beautiful, new smile. Unfortunately, orthodontic treatment doesn’t end once her braces are removed. Your daughter will likely be required to wear a retainer to keep her teeth looking fabulous and prevent them from shifting back into their original position. Since the bottom six teeth at the front…

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Will My Teeth Hurt When Running at Elevation

Elevation changes may lead to tooth pain or a condition known as barodontalgia. If you are an avid runner, you may find that your teeth hurt every time you run at elevation. In many cases, the pain associated with a high altitude toothaches is caused by air that is trapped inside of a filling or cavity. Due to the fact…

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Should I Be Worried About My Son’s 6 Year Molars?

When your son turns 6 years old, their initial transition to adulthood will likely begin. This is the age where he will develop his first set of adult teeth known as 6-year-old molars. His 6-year-old molars will grow in behind his baby teeth. You may notice that during this process, your son becomes irritated and experiences some discomfort. Rest assured…

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At What Age Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?

Many parents are unsure of when to first take their child to the dentist. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should begin visiting the dentist as early as six months old and no later than one year old. An early dentist visit can help you ensure that your child’s teeth are growing in correctly and they are…

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Can I Wear Invisalign to Play Sports

Many Invisalign patients lead active lives and play a variety of sports. If you play sports and are considering Invisalign or are currently undergoing treatment, you may be asking yourself if you can wear Invisalign to play sports. The answer to this question depends on the type of sport you play. If you play a contact sport such as football,…

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How Soon After Wisdom Teeth Removal Can I Run?

While wisdom tooth removal is a common procedure, it is still considered a surgery that comes with certain postoperative care directions. If you’re a runner, you may be wondering how wisdom teeth removal will impact your running schedule. After your procedure, you should avoid your regular running routine for about a week. If you do wish to run, try to…

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Staying Fit as a Digital Nomad

So you’ve taken the jump and are now living the life of your dreams, good for you! You don’t have to tie yourself to a desk, you never sit in traffic, and you choose when and where you work. Could there be a sweeter way for a woman to make her way in the world? Well, how about the downsides?…

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How Aging Female Runners Strengthen Their Spine

Aging is a very natural part of life. It might not be the most pleasant experience though. There is a stigma attached to growing older. Society has an obsession with youth. However, there are ways to age gracefully and well. One of them involves daily exercise. Exercise keeps the body strong and limber. Running is a popular exercise that many…

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