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Dental Cleaning During Pregnancy

Activities that are often part of your normal routine — eating sushi, coloring your hair or riding your bike — may be potentially dangerous when you’re pregnant. In fact, so many things are potential risks during pregnancy that it’s easy to become paranoid about safe activities like getting your teeth cleaned.

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Sore Throat Treatments for Babies

While your baby can’t speak up and tell you that he has a sore throat, you’ll probably be able to tell when his throat hurts him by its bright red color and by changes in his behavior. Since it hurts to swallow, he may not want to eat or may cry when you try to feed him. Most sore throats in infants are caused a cold or the flu, although some babies may have allergies, tonsillitis, or in rare cases, strep throat.

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The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your Teeth in Your 30s, 40s, and 50s

As we get older, it becomes even more essential to take up new health responsibilities, including prioritizing our oral health. As you navigate through your 30s, 40s, and 50s, maintaining healthy teeth and gums becomes increasingly crucial for dental and general health. This guide will explore the essential steps and considerations for caring for your…

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Mini-Vacations from Infertility

Last weekend my family and I went on a short vacation to the beach to unwind and relax. My third and final IVF is rapidly approaching, so it was very necessary for me to take the time to be in the present moment, enjoying the beauty of nature and all of the little treasures life has to offer. I was so happy to take a break from thinking about my infertility treatments, and I was actually able to remain stress free and unburdened during my whole time away. The morning we were to go back home, I sadly said goodbye to the ocean.