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5 Holiday Ice Breaker Activities to Keep Your Guests Entertained

Throwing a holiday party can be a stressful undertaking. You worry about having the right amount of food and beverages, foods that everyone will enjoy, and things to do to keep your guests entertained to ensure that everyone has a fantastic time. If you’ll be hosting guests who don’t all know one another that well, ice-breaking activities can be [...]

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8 Gifts for Stress Relief

If this time of year has someone you love feeling stressed out, we found some wonderful gift ideas for you. While there are numerous techniques and procedures to reduce the amount of stress in our lives, sometimes it can be very effective to have a stress relieving tool. Here are a few [...]

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5 Creative Ways to Ease Depression

“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say ‘My tooth is aching’ than to say ‘My heart is broken.’ “ ― C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain Our travels through life come with highs and [...]

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Tooth Sensitivity 101

 If just looking at that orange popsicle sends stabs of pain to your teeth, chances are you are experiencing tooth sensitivity. It can happen when you sip a hot drink or bite into a cold dessert. And the pain can be so severe it goes right down to your toes.Believe it or [...]

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Why We Are Supporting The National Breast Cancer Foundation

2007 was the first year that I captained a team for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. I know it's a different organization, but bare with me. When I showed up for my first team captain meeting, they asked all the captains "Why do you relay?"People stepped up to share their stories of victory [...]

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Why Are My Gums Receding?

The pink tissue that surrounds and supports your teeth is called the gums. In the mouth, gums act as a seal to prevent food from settling in between the teeth. They prevent bacteria from decaying the area in between the teeth and even further down into the jawbone. Healthy gum tissue is firm and [...]

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How to Adjust to Sleeping with a Night Grinding Guard

There it sits, your night guard on the bedside table gathering dust. You know you are supposed to wear it, but you find it hideously unattractive, poorly fit, and you can’t get to sleep because you are gagging on the excess saliva drooling down your face. The truth is that bruxism can cause real [...]

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Akervall Technologies, Inc. Announces Partnership with National Breast Cancer Foundation

SALINE, Mich., Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Akervall Technologies, Inc (ATI).– makers of the SISU Sports Mouth Guard and SOVA Night Grinding Guard - announces a fundraising partnership with National Breast Cancer Foundation. The partnership will take place in October 2016, during the National Breast Cancer Awareness month. The profits from the fundraiser [...]

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6 Tips for Getting a Restful Night’s Sleep When Sleeping With a Nighttime Teeth Grinder

Teeth grinding can be very loud at times. If you are trying to get your solid 8 hours in and your bed partner starts grinding, it can sound as loud as a freight train. Lets face it, many of us find ourselves in multiple stressful situations throughout the day, the daily commute, pressures at [...]

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Is Your Teeth Grinding Habit Making You Look Older?

Typically, we attribute wrinkles to smoking, sun damage or getting up there in age. Rarely would we consider teeth grinding as a cause of wrinkles. However, one of the main reasons for premature wrinkles around the mouth is due to a collapse in the bite caused by clenching or grinding of teeth . [...]

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