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Talking About Health And Medical Care

Hello, my name is Marco. Welcome to my site about health and medical care. I want to use this site to talk about diagnostic practices and treatment options for a wide range of common and rare medical problems. I hope to help people better understand the procedures they face during their journey toward total wellness. I will talk about the tools, techniques and knowledge used to diagnose and treat medical conditions. Please feel free to visit my site anytime to learn more about this fascinating subject. Thanks for coming by and reading my posts. I hope to see you again soon.

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It Might Be Time To Pursue Weight Loss Surgery
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Having weight loss surgery is a process, and that

Foot Pain: Common Causes And When To Seek Medical Help
6 October 2020

The cause of foot pain can vary from overuse or in

Why Should You Buy 3-Ply Face Masks?
2 September 2020

With so many people turning to face masks as a way

Are You Starting To Date Again After 40? 3 Tips To Get Your Confidence Up With Body Contouring
23 October 2019

Dating in midlife can sometimes feel like you are

Reiki Healing And The Benefits To Cancer Patients
28 September 2019

Reiki healing is a form of energy healing that fir

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4 Things You Need To Know About Resin-Supported Bridges

Dental injuries are common among hockey players, and the upper central incisors are the most likely to be knocked out. If you've taken a puck or stick to the face and now have an unwanted gap in the middle of your smile, you may be wondering how you should get it fixed. Many restorations are available for missing teeth, including resin-supported bridges. Here are four things you need to know about resin-supported bridges. Read More 

Have Years Of Smokeless Tobacco Use Harmed Your Teeth? What Are Your Best Restoration Options?

If you've been a tobacco chewer or snuff user for years (or even decades), you may have subconsciously reveled in the knowledge that your tobacco consumption was unlikely to lead to lung cancer and the other well-publicized side effects of cigarette smoking. However, smokeless tobacco is not without its own risks, and those who regularly use chewing tobacco or snuff may face a 2 to 6 times higher risk of oral cancer than non-tobacco users. Read More