Dental Implants & Diabetes

Posted on: 11 April 2019

If you have diabetes, then any type of surgery, including dental implants, can be riskier than with a non-diabetic. However, diabetes, in general, shouldn't prevent you from getting dental implants if you need them. In fact, implants may actually be beneficial for you if you have diabetes. Here are some things to know about diabetes and dental implants to help you make the decision as to whether they are right for you.
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3 Signs Your Teen Is Abusing Prescription Medications

Posted on: 14 February 2019

From participating in sports and hanging out with friends to lounging in their room playing video games, teens spend a good amount of time doing things they love to do. Unfortunately, as your teen is away from you and your home, you will not be able to supervise them constantly, so you may not see everything they do. While shocking for many parents to learn, your teen may be taking and abusing prescription drugs.
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Can Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus?

Posted on: 8 January 2019

If you're dealing with strange ringing or clicking sounds in your ear, then you may have tinnitus. While many people experience an occasional ringing in the ears now and then, for most people it doesn't last long. Long-term tinnitus may be a sign of a problem and could be related to hearing loss. However, there is relief from this condition. Here are some things you should know about tinnitus and how hearing aids may be able to help.
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What Is Reactive Attachment Disorder?

Posted on: 5 December 2018

Children attend counseling and therapy for a variety of reasons. One rare but important condition children may contend with is reactive attachment disorder. Children struggling with this problem benefit from regular therapy sessions. Read on to learn more about this mental health condition and how child therapy can help kids avoid the long-term effects of reactive attachment disorder as they grow older. What Is Reactive Attachment Disorder? Reactive attachment disorder is a condition in which a child or baby fails to build healthy attachments to parents and caregivers.
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