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Is Cosmetic Dentistry Right For You? 4 Signs That Might Suggest It Is

Posted by Karleia Steiner on October 20, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments



How do you know if cosmetic dentistry is right for? Is your smile embarrassing you? Confidence in your smile is a very important thing to have and there are many options to correct or enhance your smile’s appearance.

If you have healthy but unattractive…

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Don't Call Me a Lactation Nazi

Posted by KatieMaddenIBCLC on October 18, 2014 at 6:41pm 1 Comment

Have you heard the term Lactation Nazi?  It is sometimes used to describe a Lactation Consultant or breastfeeding supporter who is very very PRO breastfeeding.  Someone who thinks everyone and anyone can and should breastfeed.  A Lactation Nazi is often very anti-formula, anti-bottle and anti-pacifier. She…

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Tips to Stimulate the G-spot and Clitoris Simultaneously

Posted by anneyauster on October 18, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Many women have been wondering if it is possible to stimulate their G-spot and clitoris simultaneously, and the answer is yes. While it does take time and patience, women can have orgasm in more than one erogenous spot at the same time. Most women already know where their clitoris is located, but the G-spot can be more difficult to find. It is located towards the top of the inner vaginal wall, and has a slightly spongy feel. One of the main advantages to stimulating a woman's G-spot is that…

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What Causes Knee Joint Pain?

Posted by thronemia on October 18, 2014 at 1:58am 0 Comments



The knee joint consists of three sections: medial, lateral and patellofemoral. To fully understand your knee joint pain, it is important to understand how the knee works. There are ligaments within the knee, as well as on the inner and outer sides of it, that stabilize the joint to enable you to walk. The knee joint is crucial to being capable of walking normally, and allows the joint to move. It flexes to a maximum range of 135 degrees, and is a weight bearing joint. The most common…

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