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6 Effective Tips for Improving the Appearance of Your Smile

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The majority of people desire a healthy and attractive smile. However, there are numerous factors that might compromise your dental health. Hence, it's critical to pay attention to the state of your teeth and work on improving their appearance. 

8 Negative Effects of Poor Posture That You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

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Poor posture is a problem that people all around the world face. People today do, in fact, spend plenty of time sitting at a computer or on their smartphone. Their spines become curved and slouched as a result.  It's critical to realize that bad posture does more damage than only makes you look bad. It can also lead to the onset of a variety of health problems.

9 Unexpected Causes of Sudden Tooth Sensitivity

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There are many causes of tooth sensitivity. Some of them can be serious dental problems that require visiting a dentist. Most dental sensitivity causes involve the deterioration of the protective layer covering the dentin, others may be referred to as underlying health problems. 

Kinesiotape Benefits and Uses

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The original product, Kinesio tape or Kinesio Tex Tape, was invented in the late 1970s by Dr. Kenzo Kase, a Japanese chiropractor who sought a tape that gave support but didn't limit movement like other sporting tapes do.