If I Snore, Do I Have Sleep Apnea?

Date: Oct 07, 2016

As awareness of and its connection to increases, many snorers want to know what’s the likelihood they have sleep apnea. But depending on the source you look at, you might get very different answers to this question. One sleep expert told NPR, that only 5-10%…

Perfume Sensitivity Can Be Challenging for Migraine Sufferers

Date: Sep 21, 2016

Smells are among the most common triggers, affecting about 70% of sufferers. For migraineurs with smell sensitivity, more than three-quarters are sensitive to perfume. This can be a daily challenge if your workplace has people who regularly wear perfume. And it can be even harder…

Psychologists Find Reason to Doubt Smiling Makes You Happy

Date: Sep 12, 2016

For decades it has been considered a strong finding based on a solid experiment: smiling makes you happy (and maybe more eager to ). But now researchers have gone back to the solid experiment and found that they couldn’t reproduce the results. Does this mean…

Dental Crowns: The Strongest Isn’t Always the Best

Date: Aug 31, 2016

has changed dramatically in recent years, thanks to the invention and spread of many new technologies. But one of the most visible innovations is the use of very strong ceramics in dental restorations like . This includes ceramics that are 17 times stronger than materials…

T-Scan Can Keep You from Swallowing Your Tooth

Date: Aug 25, 2016

Recently, blogger Darren Orf shared what he described as “the most Homeric story” that he’s ever experienced: the time when he ate his own tooth and then had to “recover” it. The events took place in 2010, and since then technological changes mean that, hopefully,…

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