I Am No Longer Embarrassed over My Smile

I Am No Longer Embarrassed over My Smile

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When I was younger, my mom was busy raising me and my three younger brothers on her own. She was working two jobs at any given time, and sometimes even three. She was so busy trying to keep us in a home that she did miss out on a few things like teaching us about proper oral hygiene. I do not hold that against her at all, but I knew that I was going to need to see a cosmetic dentist in Greenwood Village if I wanted to have a nice smile.

I was really embarrassed over my smile because my teeth were crooked and stained. I was brushing them two to three times a day once I realized I was in danger of maybe losing some of them, and I also used a rinse and floss. While that routine did save my teeth, it was too little too late … Read More

Impact of Caffeine For Health

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Hearing the term caffeine, we usually immediately thought of the black beverage called coffee. Yes, as the name implies, the main form of coffee contains caffeine compounds. But make no mistake, other than found in coffee, caffeine is also present at high levels in tea and chocolate. Though taste delicious, but not a few people who abstain from the beverage that tastes bitter. So in fact the coffee was harmful or actually beneficial to the body? Here we will discuss about the effects of caffeine on health.

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Caffeine itself is a crystalline compound. Its main constituent is a protein derived compound called a purine xanthine. These compounds in normal body condition does have some benefits, among others, an analgesic drug which can reduce pain and reduce fever. However, the body has a problem with the presence of uric acid metabolism hormone, then the content of caffeine in the body will … Read More

Defining Quality: Aiming for a Better Health Care System

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So you want to improve the quality of health care. But what, specifically, should you aim to improve? In this video, IHIs Former CEO Don Berwick describes a 2001 report by the Institute of Medicine, Crossing the Quality Chasm, that laid the foundation for health care reform all over the world.

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Jana Fitness II

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Fitness is more than just health, it’s feeling good about yourself..

Fitness photo shoot done for my portfolio building in Kingston Jamaica.
Photography: Joel Finnigen
Retouch: Joel Finnigen
Model: Jana Jana Lichtenstein
Makeup: Antoinette "Sashii" Bailey
Creative Assistant: Tanisha Ennis

Posted by Joel Finnigen on 2014-12-14 15:49:42

Tagged: , Jamaica , Joel Finnigen Photography , Kingston , body , body building , fitness , muscles , female , Female model , sexy , sensual , sensuous , New York Photographer , Jamaican Photographer , bikini … Read More

Is Tubal Reversal A Medical Necessity?

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When a woman is suffering with Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome is tubal reversal a medical necessity? For the women that suffer the answer is an astounding yes. For some in the medical field the answer is a no. Why is this? Because many in the medical field do not believe that PTLS actually happens to women. There have been studies performed and so far, the medical community is not accepting PTLS as a good reason to have tubal reversal surgery.

This is where the problem is. Although there are many in the medical field that do not believe that Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome is real there are many women suffering from it. The medical community will not accept it and there is no major medical insurance company that will cover a reversal. This is something that women all over the world are speaking out about.

So, if you feel that … Read More

Social Inequalities in Health

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Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Lecture Series: Social inequalities in health

Ann Morning, Ph.D.
New York University

Dorothy Roberts, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Jo Phelan, Ph.D.
Columbia University

Friday May 8, 2015, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Natcher Conference Center Balcony B, NIH Campus, Bethesda

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Harmony Centre. They need your support!

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Support to Harmony Centre in Tbilisi

Many of them calls this place their second home, it’s about a group of elderly people coming to "Harmony Centre" in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. Home is the place where you find the warm welcome, where you can stay with others, where you feel warm, cozy and never hungry. They have no more neither the strength nor the health to work, most of them are jaded heavy, had long-term work, some had even important positions, and there are artists, doctors among them.

Empire, which promised so much left them with nothing, and when they found themselves with no children, husband or wife they realized they have nothing to live for and are completely alone. Then they discovered "Caritas” and Polish priests there. And there was prepared a place for them – "Harmony Centre", where they felt as those who have not been forgotten. So … Read More

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