3 Factors That Affect The Timing Of Labor

As many women approach the end of their pregnancies they excitedly wait to meet their babies. In many cases the mother wonders if she will go into labor before or after her due date. There is no way to predict exactly what time the baby will come. Every woman's body is so different. But there are some factors that will contribute to the timing of labor. Here are 3 factors that will affect labor. Read More 

Improve Your Dental Practice With A Digital X-Ray Machine

Make your practice appeal to patients of all ages by giving it the upper edge when it comes to running efficiently. A digital x-ray machine that produces 3-dimensional images can give you the results that you have been looking for. Taking x-rays will be simple and efficient. You will receive instant results, and there will be no guessing when it comes to determining the condition of a patient's teeth. Read on to learn how these machines can help you out on a daily basis. Read More 

Easy (And Inexpensive) Ways To Heal The Scar After Mole Removal

Having a mole removed isn't an uncommon procedure, but it can leave behind a scar that's distressing. Over-the-counter products designed to reduce the appearance of scars can be expensive. If you'd rather try an inexpensive product to reduce the appearance of your scar, read more. Shea Butter or Cocoa Butter Both shea butter and cocoa butter contain natural fats that soften skin and encourage the growth of collagen, which healthy skin needs. Read More 

3 Facts That Every Patient Should Know About Breast Reconstruction

If your physician has recommended a mastectomy, it is important to consider what your options will be for maintaining the appearance of your breasts. Fortunately, modern techniques allow you to restore the appearance, size and even the texture of your breast tissue.  If only one breast has been removed, for best results, additional surgical procedures may be necessary. For instance, getting a breast lift or reduction on the opposite side will help you achieve a more consistent appearance. Read More 

Dental Care Tips For Infants And Young Children

Oral hygiene is important for everyone, but it is especially important for infants and young children who do not know how to take care of their teeth and mouths themselves. As a parent, you are sure to want your children to have good oral health, and the key to that starts at a young age. Use the following tips to prevent tooth decay and keep your child's teeth healthy: Beware of " Read More