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By office
November 29, 2011
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We are very excited to announce our new Zoom Whitening special to get you ready for the upcoming holidays! We are offering Whitening for $450! The normal value is $850! Come in and tell your friends if they want to look their best they need to come in for our splendid care! 


By office
November 10, 2011
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Coming soon.
By office
November 10, 2011
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A healthy breakfast: According to Mark Andon, PhD, and technical director of Nutrition Quaker and Tropicana, research shows that eating a healthy breakfast is associated with successful long-term weight loss. Staff at the Mayo Clinic note additional benefits, including better concentration, productivity, problem-solving skills, hand-eye coordination and creativity. But just what is a healthy breakfast? The Mayo Clinic suggests that the foundation of a healthy breakfast includes whole grains low-fat protein, low-fat dairy, and fruits and vegetables.

 


By office
November 09, 2011
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Exercise regularly: Try to walk each week for a total of 2 and one-half hours. Do exercises that strengthen your muscles 2 days out of each week or more if you are under the age of 65. If you prefer a more intense workout, jog or run each week for a total of 1 and one-fourth hours. Distribute the time you exercise over the course of each week. Increase the number of hours you exercise to 5 each week to reap more health benefits. If you are 65 or over, consult with your doctor before starting any regular exercise regimen 


By office
November 08, 2011
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Manage Stress: Everyone experiences stress but it doesn't have to overtake your life and cause health problems. Symptoms of stress include muscle tightness, irregular bowel movements, insomnia, grinding teeth, frequent headaches, uneasy stomach, palpitations, lethargy, nervousness, anxiety, fear and loss of appetite. The U.S. Army Center for health Promotion and Preventive Medicine recommends several stress management techniques: prioritize your time to emphasize what you value most; get organized and reduce clutter; manage information overload; make time for yourself if only for 15 minutes a day. The regular practice of meditation can help relieve stress. Get away from the cause of your stress if you can and do something you like to do.