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Is Your Low Blood Pressure Too Low?

In most cases, low blood pressure is pretty harmless unless there are symptoms, which include dizziness, fainting, pale skin, blurry vision and nausea. The reason being that the brain is being deprived of blood supply it needs. ...

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Don’t Be a Metal Mouth

Obviously, the best option is not needing a filling at all, so make sure you are taking good care of your teeth. Daily brushing and flossing is essential if you are going to prevent cavities. However, not everyone is perfect and sometimes decay happens, ...

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Maximize Your Medicare: Research the Right Plan

Wheatley says Medicare.gov offers other valuable tools, including a five-star system rating the quality of different plans, and a list of doctors and networks included in each plan. “Medicare.gov also serves as a starting point to visit Medicare Advantage plan ...

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Long-Term Care Planning

I, like many others, am amazed that I am no longer in my 20s and that the aging process does not comply with how I feel. Still, planning is imperative. Seventy percent of people turning 65 can be expected to use some form of long-term care in their lifetime. ...

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What Your Blood Type Means for Your Health

If you’re scratching your head, you may be missing out on an important health clue. A spate of recent research suggests that your blood type—whether A, B, AB, or O—may influence your risk for a variety of health conditions, from cardiac disease to cancer. ...

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Oral Healthcare Basics

The most important aspect of oral hygiene is keeping up with it. It’s hard to devote adequate time to brushing and flossing when you have a million other things to do. Here is a piece of advice for those who find it tough to stick with their routines ...

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