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Choosing the Right Salon

Choosing the Right Salon

By Amy Burton – Revel Salon and Color Studio Let’s face it – the first time you enter a new salon it can be a bit scary! I think it’s safe to say we have all had unpleasant salon experiences at least once in our lifetime. Glancing around, you look for the stylist with the best hair, the friendliest personality ... Read More »

July is UV Safety Awareness Month

July is UV Safety Awareness Month

We all love to take in those warm summer rays, but everyone must remember to protect their skin and eyes from the damaging effects of the sun. The sun emits radiation known as UV-A and UV-B rays. Both types can damage your eyes and skin: • UV-B rays have short wavelengths that reach the outer layer of your skin • ... Read More »

MY PARTNER SNORES

MY PARTNER SNORES

By John Edward Kempter, DDS PLLC What would you give for an extra hour of sleep every night? Do most people sleep better alone? Did you know that having a regular bed partner can improve your quality of sleep? Unfortunately, this is only the case in the absence of snoring. Anyone who has slept with a person who snores knows ... Read More »

A New Approach For Chronic Pain Sufferers!

A New Approach For Chronic Pain Sufferers

After enduring car accidents when she was a young woman— none of which were her fault— Mary Steinhoff was left with chronic, debilitating pain that lasted for 29 years. “I was in constant pain, [from] head to toe,” the 56-year-old from Morrisville, North Carolina said. In fact, the pain was so bad that she couldn’t raise her right arm or lie ... Read More »

The Biggest Retirement Challenge for Women

The Biggest Retirement Challenge for Women

By Angela Sloan Saving enough for a secure retirement is a tough proposition for anyone, regardless of age or income. But if you happen to be born with a pair of X chromosomes, it can be that much harder. On average, women live longer and generally have less money than men to fund their retirement years. Indeed, women face a unique ... Read More »

Dental Health and a Long Life – How Inflammation is Killing Us.

Dental Health and a Long Life

By Gary Arnold, DDS – Carolina Family Dentistry at Lake Wylie Dental patients often hear their dentist or hygienist stress brushing and flossing to prevent bleeding and gum infection and often the patient’s reaction is, “But, doc, it’s just a little bleeding.” Why should we believe that a little bleeding in one’s mouth is okay, but a little blood in other ... Read More »

Choosing the Right Salon

Choosing the Right Salon

By Amy Burton – Revel Salon and Color Studio Let’s face it – the first time you enter a new salon it can be a bit scary! I think it’s safe to say we have all had unpleasant salon experiences at least once in our lifetime. Glancing around, you look for the stylist with the best hair, the friendliest personality ... Read More »

Heat and Exercise: Keeping Cool in Hot Weather

Heat and Exercise

Stay safe during hot-weather exercise by drinking enough fluids, wearing proper clothing and timing your workout to avoid extreme heat. Whether you’re running, playing a pickup game of basketball or going for a power walk, take care when the temperature rises. If you exercise outdoors in hot weather, use these commonsense precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses. How heat affects your ... Read More »

How to Make Homemade Sunscreen

How to Make Homemade Sunscreen

By Dana Jean Costantino Summertime is upon us and while we are drawn to spending time in the sun and catching those rays, it is important to remember our skin and the protection of it. Sunscreen is a must this time of year and is a key component to the prevention of skin cancer. While there are healthy aspects of the ... Read More »

NCSAB, a Clinical Massage Therapy School in Charlotte NC

NCSAB, a Clinical Massage Therapy School in Charlotte NC

At North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork, our Clinical Massage Therapy & Structural Bodywork training is very different therapeutic disciplines compared to Swedish and other Asian or “energy” related therapies. We are primarily focused on Western, science-based and medical approaches for the millions of people suffering from acute and chronic pain, injury and trauma related issues. We also provide you ... Read More »