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Belle Meade Family Dentistry of Nashville, TN Offers Dental Implants in Less Time Amid COVID-19 Pandemic – Benzinga

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Belle Meade Family Dentistry, a full-service family practice of three dentists, is currently welcoming new patients for same-day dental implants with no referral necessary. This will make it easier for those patients to receive the comprehensive dental implant care they need in a single, convenient location. This advantage… Read More »

Could CBD help you drink less alcohol?

We’re drinking more alcohol than ever, despite social restrictions. But the new soberista crowd are now looking to CBD to take the edge off their nerves with no hangovers In a surprise to precisely no one, Brits are drinking more in lock down. Pubs and bars may be closed across the country, but that hasn’t… Read More »

Physical Activity Guidelines Emphasize Move More And Sit Less

The 2nd edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides advice and information on the amounts and types of physical activity for improving the health of various population groups. The emphasis of the recommendations is that moving more and sitting less will benefit just about everyone.1✅ JOURNAL REFERENCEPMID: 30418471 Recommendations: Preschool children aged 3… Read More »

Worldwide coronavirus infection toll hits 200,000 after doubling in less than two weeks

Worldwide coronavirus infection toll hits 200,000 after doubling in less than two weeks Cases of the highly contagious virus exceeded 203,000 on Wednesday morning The global toll reached six figures on March 7, two months after outbreak began But cases doubled in space of 11 days amid fears pandemic can’t be contained Coronavirus symptoms: what… Read More »

Medical News Today: Older adults who drink tea are less likely to be depressed

Previous research has suggested that there is a link between depression and tea drinking. Now, a new study is investigating this relationship further. Depression is common among older adults, with 7% of those over the age of 60 years reporting “major depressive disorder.” Accordingly, research is underway to identify possible causes, which include genetic predisposition,… Read More »