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Think oral implants can only help young people? A guide to the benefits of having implants when over 60

There is a somewhat unfair and untrue assumption that cosmetic dentistry is only designed for the younger generations. While there are some advantages to having dental procedures performed while you are younger, such as accelerated recovery time, there is nothing that should deter the more senior members of society from benefiting from cosmetic dentistry. Provided [&hellip

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How Clearabee can help with rubbish removal when you move home

Home rubbish removal can become a bit of a headache at the best of times but no more so than when preparing to move. Whether the move is from one home to another or it involves moving offices or other premises, moving day can be made even more stressful by having to make arrangements for [&hellip

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Planning a bachelorette party in New Jersey

Everyone wants to have a bachelorette party that’s unique. It’s such an important event that brides look for fun and quirky ways to share the time before their wedding with their closest friends. Across every State there are great places to visit and one in particular with some fantastic and unforgettable locations is New Jersey. [&hellip

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Kick the Habit in Five Simple Steps

For anyone taking the big step to giving up smoking, the prospect can seem daunting. But there are tons of ways you can make the task easier and simpler, giving you the best possible chance at quitting sooner rather than later. Here are some of our favourite tricks and tips for giving up

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Dirty nappies and sex on the sofa – too much information?

Blogging about sex, drugs and nappies netted this mother a fortune – but also a lot of hate mail She posted this uproarious rant when her daughter soiled her nappy: “The smell hit me LIKE AN AX [sic] IN THE FACE. I managed to turn her body away from mine and then I saw it, [&hellip

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Nurses cannot tell parents: ‘Your child is fat’

School nurses and public health officials have been told to tone down the way they tell parents that their children are overweight. The letters have been “revised” from last year after feedback from experts and parents. Public Health England writes: “When editing the wording in a result letter, or when developing local letters, it is [&hellip

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