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Americans 100 and Older Living Even Longer

According to researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, death rates for the oldest Americans charted a steady decline between 2008 and 2014. This trend held for both genders and across races and ethnicities, the data showed. ...

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Is Your Smile Unforgettable?

“The smile is our area of expertise, and AACD dentists make it easier for people looking for a job or a new relationship to put their best foot forward,” says Dr. Joyce Bassett, AACD president. ...

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Six Eczema Triggers To Avoid

Does your eczema seem to strike at the most random times? Could it be something you ate? Could it be that new laundry detergent you picked up at the grocery store just last week? If you don’t know your personal eczema triggers, read on to find ...

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Facts You Need to Know About Hospice

Signing up doesn’t mean giving up all medical care. Transitioning to hospice means shifting from one set of goals (how to get longer life through a cure) to another (how to get the best quality of life out of whatever time is left). ...

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Dr. Frencher Makes Health Care Personal

Over the past two years, I’ve witnessed numerous patients who went years without properly treating health issues (diabetes, asthma, arthritis and surgical illnesses), but thanks to the coverage provided by the Affordable Care Act, they finally received the necessary care. ...

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Searching For Cancer’s Cure In A Marijuana Leaf

If you would like to run the above article, please feel free to do so. I can also provide images to accompany it. If you’re interested in interviewing Dr. James Forsythe or having him write an exclusive article for you, let me know and I’ll gladly work out the details. ...

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