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How to Alleviate Allergies With Local Honey
Posted By: ethernum; Category: Health; November 3, 2008
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When I first moved to our new home I spent the first two weeks with an allergy attack. One of the things I did to alleviate it was to start eating honey--but not just any honey. Purchasing local honey can help relieve allergies and is a good part of a complete holistic allergy plan. The following tips should get you started on your path to allergy relief with local honey.
How to Get Rid of Bumps on Your Tongue
Posted By: ethernum; Category: Health; November 3, 2008
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The key to getting rid of bumps on your tongue lies in the causes. If you can determine the underlying cause of your problem, you can conclude what the most appropriate treatment would be. These treatments can include a salt water rinse, eliminating certain foods or drinks from your diet, improving your dental health, or simply waiting it out.

How to Get a Free Sample of Crest Toothpaste
Posted By: ethernum; Category: Health; November 3, 2008
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Why pay for a new brand of toothpaste when you can try it for free first. Here is how.

How to Choose the Right Dentist
Posted By: ethernum; Category: Health; November 3, 2008
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How to Eat With Separators in the Mouth
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Separators are tiny rubber bands or springs that your orthodontist places between your back teeth. These separators prepare your mouth for braces by creating a small gap between these teeth. This space allows for the placement of a metal band around your molar, which anchors your braces in your mouth. Although separators are temporary, they can pose a problem when you eat.