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Dermal fillers can be used outside of...

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/20/2014 - 04:16 pm
Category: Health & Beauty

By Dr. Stefanie Christian, Timeless Laser & Skin Care
 
I recently had a patient complain about a horizontal crease on her chin that she never liked, as well as hollows under her eyes that she said made her look tired. She’d also developed creases in her ear lobes that made it difficult and uncomfortable to wear earrings.  
 
I suggested dermal fillers composed of hyaluronic acid for her concerns. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the human body. It is responsible for the cushioning in connective tissue and the lubrication in joints. Hyaluronic acid is also found in young skin, where it maintains the skin’s hydration and elasticity. ...

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Divorcing? Here’s what you shouldn’t ...

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/20/2014 - 10:55 am
Category: Smart Living

By Joseph Stafford, Stafford Law Firm
 
It is increasingly popular for people to share a lot of very personal information on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media outlets. Oftentimes individuals involved in divorce proceedings use social medial as a platform to share with friends and family their frustrations about their situations. 
 
Unfortunately, the sharing of such information can have many unintentional consequences, and it can be used negatively in the divorce litigation. 
 
Divorce attorneys regularly experience social media conflicts that get out of hand during divorce procedures, which can lead to expensive new lawsuits.
 
It is highly reco ...

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Effective natural support for gout

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/19/2014 - 04:46 pm
Category: Health & Beauty

By Mike Ventresca, Vital Choice Healthstore
 
Gout is one of the most painful forms of arthritis. Symptoms usually occur without warning and include intense joint pain, inflammation, and redness lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. It usually affects the big toe, but can occur in other parts of the body.
 
This painful condition is often diet related. The main culprit is an unhealthy build up of uric acid that forms crystals in the joint tissue leading to tremendous inflammation. Uric acid is a byproduct of purine metabolism. Purines are found in many foods but in higher concentrations in anchovies, sardines, and meat. Alcohol, especially beer, also increases uric a ...

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What’s going on your teeth?

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/19/2014 - 04:12 pm
Category: Health & Beauty

By Dr. Chrys Constantinou, Westlake Dental Associates
 
Fifty years ago, dentistry was a much simpler field. Restorative materials were either gold, porcelain fused to metal, or amalgam (silver) fillings. Dental implants were a far-fetched idea, and there was significantly less emphasis placed on saving natural teeth.
 
Today, most patients want their teeth to be healthier, brighter, and more functional. To achieve these goals, there are dozens of metals, ceramics, alloys, and hybrids to choose from and nearly as many ways to cement/bond those materials into place.
 
Patients will often ask me if they should have all of their metal fillings replaced, or they want to know ...

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Rock Hall features new exhibit

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/16/2014 - 03:26 pm
Category: Arts & Entertainment

By Jay Minkin
 
There might not be a humongous music festival being held in Cleveland this summer, but you can capture the magic from the historical timeline of these events with a brand new major exhibit at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
 
Common Ground: The Music Festival Experience is an engaging look at the music festival as more than just an outdoor concert. The festival atmosphere has become a community experience and an important economic engine of the music industry, providing broad exposure for veteran musical artists and new bands to an extremely large and diverse audience.
 
Rock and roll changed as well as the American culture with the “Yout ...

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Projecting your financial goals

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/13/2014 - 01:44 pm
Category: Smart Living

By Mike Brady, Michael Brady Co.
 
Many of you have been loyal readers of my column for years. You have taken care of the important tasks necessary to care financially for you and your family. You have an adequate emergency cash reserve; have a plan to fund the education of your children; have your debt under control; have the proper amounts of life, disability, property, and liability insurance; have a will, durable power of attorney, healthcare power of attorney, and healthcare living will; and have a long-term accumulation plan aimed at providing a lifetime retirement income that keeps pace with inflation and you cannot outlive.
 
But how do you know if you are saving enough ...

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How auditory processing disorders cre...

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/13/2014 - 10:58 am
Category: Smart Living

By Jody Jedlicka, AuD; LearningRx
 
Auditory processing refers to how your brain analyzes, interprets, and makes sense of what you hear. Individuals with auditory processing disorder (APD) have normal hearing acuity but often struggle with hearing accurately, particularly in challenging listening conditions; interpreting tone of voice or the feeling and meaning of speech that is conveyed by stress and/or intonation; and integrating what is heard with information that is taken in via other senses. Reading is an auditory skill, and children with auditory processing disorders are notoriously poor readers. Written language is comprised of letter symbols that represent the sounds in words. ...

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Are you and your motorcycle really co...

by mimivanderhaven.com on 06/11/2014 - 04:07 pm
Category: Smart Living

By Debbie Croce, President; King Insurance & Financial Services
 
The distinct rumble of the engines; the feel of the wind on their faces and pedals beneath their feet; or the freedom that comes from the absence of doors and windows—regardless of the reasons why, this is the season when motorcycle lovers everywhere will dust off their rides and hit the open roads. 
 
But when it comes to having the right insurance coverage in place, a lot of motorcyclists could be getting a shaky deal. 
 
What many people don’t realize is that most insurance companies don’t offer medical payment coverage to motorcyclists. So if they get hurt in an accident ...

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