Today, over 30 million Americans have dentures – and whatever the cause of your less-than-perfect smile may be, if you’re missing teeth or have a gap in your smile, dentures will help you get your smile back. Comfortable and reliable, dentures are the perfect solution for missing teeth. Many people worry about getting dentures, afraid they’ll look fake, that eating will be difficult, or that dentures will fall out. Fortunately, dentures have changed for the better. Today, dentures look and feel more natural than ever before.
As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, we start to spend more and more time at home. Now is a great time, before things start freezing and the snow starts blowing, to ensure that your home is ready for winter. By getting your furnace ready, prepping your pantry, and ensuring your warm winter bedding is washed, clean, and ready to go, you can make the transition into cold weather so much smoother.
With the huge increase in cell phone use, many people wonder what effect this tiny, highly technological device could have on our health. While smartphones seem more helpful than harmful, many healthcare professionals are concerned that cell phones might have to potential to cause dangerous health problem – like certain types of cancer.
Prostate cancer is a disease that can affect all men, and African Americans are currently the biggest sufferers. If you take the time to improve your general understanding of prostate cancer, you won’t have to suffer needlessly because greater awareness can lead to an early detection of the problem.
Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cells in the bone marrow. As these white blood cells multiply, they leave little room for healthy cells. They can also damage the bone marrow, develop into growths or destroy the bones. Multiple myeloma is not a common cancer – the lifetime risk is about 1 in 143, according to Cancer.Net. There is no cure for multiple myeloma. Early detection can help you seek treatment to manage the disease and avoid any harmful side effects of the condition, such as kidney failure, bone fractures, numbness, weakness, paralysis, and infections.
Someone in the United States is diagnosed with leukemia every three minutes. Leukemia is cancer of the blood cells, bone marrow, and lymphatic system. In most cases, the disease affects the white blood cells, leaving you vulnerable to infections. There are several types of leukemia, and the disease can affect children and adults. Most types of leukemia have a high five-year survival rate compared to other forms of cancer. Early diagnosis is the best way to increase your chances of fighting leukemia, so you should be aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease.
Hepatitis exists in five basic forms: hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. In the United States, hepatitis A, B, and C are the most common. Globally, the disease is responsible for more than 1.3 million deaths per year, and approximately 1.75 million people acquire hepatitis C every year.