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Roughly two out of five Australians have allergies and this includes those with asthma. While allergies are usually genetic, the responses and severity of allergies in each family member vary. What Triggers...

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The modern age has stolen the spotlight that outdoor adventures used to have. Nonetheless, there are still people who go back to the basics and leave the comforts of modern living to enjoy the outdoors....

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There are many different types of dental problems, meaning there are just as many dental practitioners that attend to them. There are professionals who focus on realigning teeth and improving smiles and...

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When the weather gets warm and some tight corners in your home are moist enough, black patches of mold might start growing around your home without you noticing it. The only time you’ll start noticing...

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May Thurner Syndrome or MTS, likewise known as iliac vein compression syndrome, is a rare condition that negatively impacts your left common iliac vein. Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options MTS can...

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A growing body of research reveals that healthy teeth improve not just physical health, but also mental and social well-being. Healthy teeth and an attractive smile boost confidence and happiness. It’s...

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In the modern world you live in, things are a lot easier. Companies design new inventions, programs, and products to offer better and easier service to consumers. One example of this is the presence of...

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Advancements in building materials and technology have allowed architects and engineers to deliver quality homes to their clients. The wide variety of flooring options alone can floor you (pun intended). To...

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If you’re quite adventurous and has a massive appreciation of the outdoors, Utah’s Dixie, St. George, is the destination for you. The city is known for its temperate weather, which makes it a top destination...

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A new research is suggesting that the state of your health in the future is literally in the palm of your hands. Researchers from the Lancet found out that measuring a person’s grip strength is better...