Should You Be Worried About A Nose Bleed After Oral Surgery?

Oral surgery can be deceptively hard on the body, with many patients able to walk out of the surgical office just minutes after their procedure. But while localized anesthetic is helpful for masking pain, it can also cause individuals to forget that they have just undergone an operation. Sometimes, however, your body may choose to remind you of its ordeal through surprise nose bleeds, which can be highly distressing if you are not prepared for them. Read More 

Why You Lose Your Teeth As You Age And How You Can Correct This Problem

Most people assume that losing your teeth in the latter years of your life is normal and just a regular part of aging. To an extent, it is, but you do not have to lose your teeth willingly. In fact, good dental hygiene can help you maintain the longevity of your adult teeth for years to come. To help explain why tooth loss, aging and acceptance are widespread concepts, here are the facts and how you can prevent and treat tooth loss. Read More 

2 Steps You May Want To Add To Your Business’s Hiring Process

It can be said that a business is only as good as its employees and for the most part, this is true. After all, if you cannot trust the employees to do a good job, stay safe, and help maintain a safe workplace for everyone else, you will be left dealing with employee drama rather than focusing on sales and customers. This is why employers must take the proper approach in the hiring process. Read More 

Improving Your Breastfeeding Experience With A Simple Clip Under The Tongue Or Lip

Taking care of a newborn is both exciting and exhausting. Breastfeeding is one aspect of newborn care that makes it so exhausting, because an infant needs to eat so frequently and is still learning so much about the world. If you are having trouble breastfeeding and haven't been able to find a solution, a simple procedure under your baby's tongue or lip could help your baby make significant breastfeeding improvements: Read More 

Three Surprising Reasons Your Back Is Hurting

Somewhere between 60 and 80% of adults in America suffer from back pain, and the cause is not always obvious. Read on for some of the lesser known reasons your back may be hurting. Smoking You know that every time you light a cigarette, you're inundating your body with dangerous chemicals—arsenic, tar, and formaldehyde, just to name a few. And most people can recite a list of illnesses associated with smoking: lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema. Read More