brush your teeth, rinse your mouth and
you are ready for the day. At night, the
same thing is repeated before bedtime.
But, all said and done, why do you
still have to endure that toothache?
Why do cavities keep coming backing,
subjecting you to that dreadful
procedure and high expenses at the
dentistâ€™s for fillings, or extraction at
worst? What are you not doing right?
Well, in todayâ€™s issue our dental experts
will answer those questions and tell
you how best you can maintain dental
health and keep those pocket draining
bills at bay.
We also discuss the causes of celebral
palsy, the form of brain damage in
children that has, for long, tormented
parents and caretakers. How do you
handle a child with such a complication
and where do you seek help.
With proper care and medical advice,
children with celebral palsy can lead a
happy like other normal children.
Many times we read stories about
suicide in the media and wonder: â€œWhy
would someone take their own life?â€
Well, read about what medical experts
say about suicide, the prevalence, the
events that lead to this dreaded act and
what we can do to reduce the chances
suicide in our society.
Last Friday, the International Association for Suicide Prevention launched a campaign to remember suicide victims and support
We all have a duty to support the sick and the affected families, and how much we can contribute will depend on how much knowledge we have on the issue. Read onâ€¦
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