Tips To Help You Select The Right Sunscreen For You

Selecting a sunscreen isn't as simple as just grabbing a bottle from your local pharmacy and applying it. You need to be sure you have the right sunscreen for your specific needs, which means reading the bottles carefully to ensure you have the right sun protection. The labels on sunscreens have changed and will now tell you if they are just protecting you from a simple sunburn, or protecting your skin from cancer. Read More 

Science Fiction Smiles: 3 Ways Nanoparticles Will Improve Orthodontic Treatment

Nanoparticles are ultra-small units of material that are larger than 0.001 micrometer and tinier than around 0.1 micrometer. Science-fiction fans and Hollywood script writers have envisioned all sorts of mysterious and potentially evil uses for nanoparticles in the future, but the reality is that researchers have found amazing uses for them today. 3 of the most interesting developments in nanoparticles will revolutionize orthodontics. 1) There's a new non-invasive way to reduce the time you must wear braces. Read More 

Learn About The Many Benefits Of A Deep Tissue Massage

When it comes to getting a massage, there are many ones to choose from. A popular option is a deep tissue massage. The unique thing about a deep tissue massage is that due to the techniques used, it can actually help you with a variety of medical issues. From helping to relieve back pain, to reducing chronic pain as the result of fibromyalgia, this type of massage has a myriad of benefits. Read More 

Learning to Clean Your Teeth after a Stroke

After a stroke, many patients are left with some amount of paralysis on one side of their body. This paralysis may be temporary or permanent, depending on the extent of the physical damage. As a result of this paralysis, many stroke patients struggle with the loss of ability to clean their own teeth properly. If you are a stroke victim, you may find that loss of manual dexterity and other motor controls can make it difficult to hold the toothbrush or properly open your mouth to accept a cleaning. Read More 

How Future Hearing Aids Will Help The Rising Tide Of Young Adult Deafness

Hearing loss is frequently seen as just a part of growing old, much like needing reading glasses. However, hearing loss is a growing concern for young adults as well. The habit of listening to loud music through headphones is sometimes blamed for this rising concern. Hearing loss is caused by many things, such as genetics and excess ear wax. But it's also caused by long or regular exposure to loud sounds. Read More