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Rochester Dentist Offers Friendly Dental Advice For Athletes By: Gen Wright | Oct 25th 2012 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, Rochester Hills dentist, shares dental tips for athletes to enhance and protect their performance. Tags: Rochester Hills Family Dentist Expands Online Presence By: Gen Wright | Jul 19th 2012 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, dentist in Rochester, creates new mobile website for patients on the go. Tags: Prescription Drugs Can Have Adverse Effects On Dental Health By: Gen Wright | May 29th 2012 – Studies show that two out of every five adults take some type of medication that could have dental related side effects. By understanding the effects of your medications, you can potentially help protect your teeth from further damage. Continue reading to learn more about prescription drugs and their adverse effects on you … Tags: Rochester Dentist Provides Important Dental Tips For Optimal Oral Health By: Gen Wright | May 11th 2012 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, Rochester cosmetic dentist, informs patients of prescription drugs affect on dental health. Tags: Pamper Your Legs Using Ankle Bracelets And Accents By: Andi Writer | Feb 17th 2012 – Feet are some of the most elegant zones of a woman’s physique. This simple truth is frequently overshadowed by contemporary media, which highlights women’s faces along with torsos, and hardly anything else. However all through history, the delicate structure of ladies feet had been given great respect and interest, as shown … Tags: Dentist In Rochester Provides Gifts Of Bleaching Kits To High School Seniors By: Gen Wright | Jan 5th 2012 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, Rochester dentist, distributes bleaching kits to high school seniors in the surrounding area. Tags: Rochester Hills Family Dentist Creates Online Patient Forms To Expedite First Time Visits By: Gen Wright | Nov 4th 2011 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, cosmetic dentist in Rochester, utilizes her experience in dentistry to provide patients with more one-on-one treatment time. Tags: Rochester Family Dentist Celebrates 30th Year In Dentistry By: Gen Wright | Jul 7th 2011 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, dentist in Rochester Hills, looks back on 30 years of practice. Tags: Rochester Cosmetic Dentist Warns Patients- Beware Of Sugars In Beverages By: Gen Wright | Apr 11th 2011 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, dentist in Rochester, alerts patients to be cautious of sugars in beverages such as soda or energy drinks that can harm teeth. Tags: Family Dentist In Rochester Hills Launches Practice’s New Website For Patient Convenience By: Gen Wright | Jan 6th 2011 – Dr. Phyllis Indianer, Rochester emergency dentist, recently announced the launch of her practice’s interactive website, opening new avenues for dental health care information. Tags: Clearstep – Invisible Braces For Straightening Of Teeth By: perfectsmile | Sep 20th 2010 – It is correctly said, by Phyllis Diller, "A smile is a curve that sets everything straight." Beautiful smile is one important thing that enhances your personality and self confidence, something with which you can win the world. Tags: World’s Most Advanced Open Mri! By: Shiela Ann Harris | Aug 9th 2010 – 866-674-2727 The World’s Most Advanced Open MRI! Why go anywhere else? Tags: What Is Your Twitter Strategy? By: Phyllis Zimbler Miller | Dec 17th 2009 – A young adult asked: "I need help with regard to Twitter. I log on daily and don’t have a productive plan on how to effectively use it in a business sense. Any advice on how I can attack this in a productive manner will be much appreciated." Tags: Pain, Pain Go Away: Texas Seeks A Choice Of Treatments For Chronic Pain Sufferers By: Pat Carpenter | Jul 4th 2007 – Chronic pain affects between 75 and 90 million Americans every year, and will disable more people than cancer and heart disease combined. Tags: Pain, Pain Go Away: Texas Seeks A Choice Of Treatments For Chronic Pain Sufferers Part 2 By: Pat Carpenter | Jul 3rd 2007 – Texas is one of many states with thousands, possibly millions, of its residents suffering from chronic pain. Overall, chronic pain will affect between 15% and 33% of the U.S. population every year, and cost the nation $70 billion in medical charges, lost working days, and workers’ compensation — more than cancer and heart … Tags: Dental Hygiene │ You Can Help Prevent Heart Disease By Brushing And Flossing! By: Phyllis McIntosh | Jun 25th 2007 – Do you rush through brushing your teeth at night, or skip flossing? Well, here’s incentive to spend more time at the sink: Recent research suggests a link between periodontal, or gum, disease and conditions such as heart disease, stroke and cancer. People who have gum disease are twice as likely to develop co … Tags: What The Baby Boomers Can Teach Paris Hilton By: Phyllis Goldberg | Jun 19th 2007 – Are you tired of the celebrity driven circus revolving around Paris Hilton? Does the hotel heiress deserve to be behind bars for her flagrant disregard for the law? As a popular media figure, should she be responsible to set an example for the impressionable teenagers who emulate her? Tags: Father’s Day, Boomer Men And Communication By: Phyllis Goldberg | Jun 10th 2007 – Have you bought into the commercialism of Father’s Day, thinking fancy ties and expensive tools would bring you closer – only to find that you still want better communication with your Dad? Are you not satisfied with just the occasional email from your brother or text message from your son? If you’re ready for more direct … Tags: Remembering Legends: Late Great 90s R&b Artists By: Martin Fister | Jun 2nd 2007 – 90s R&B music brought out many incredibly talented musicians, some which lost steam after one album, while others continued on to grace listeners with album after album. Unfortunately, many careers ended short, not because of conflicts or financial difficulties, but because death took these talented men and women before the … Tags: Create Meaningful Bonds With Your Grandchildren Across The Miles By: Rosemary Lichtman | May 25th 2007 – Learn how to form and maintain close relationships with your young grandchildren who live far away. Draw on these 5 suggestions to express your love and create a legacy of connection. Tags: How To Turn A Crisis Into A Challenge By: Rosemary Lichtman | Apr 1st 2007 – When a crisis hits – the end of a marriage, the loss of a job, or the death of a loved one – it throws you into a complete tailspin. Suddenly your world is no longer safe and secure. When prospects seem bleak, these 5 tips can stimulate you toward achieving a positive direction in your life. Tags: Curing Colds And Flus By: Chuck Bluestein | Mar 5th 2007 – Learn the fastest way to get over the flu. What do colds have to do with cold weather? Why is the flu season during the cold weather? What method did Mark Twain recommend to get rid of of colds? Tags: With Headaches, What You Don’t Know Does Hurt You By: Phyllis Grannis | Feb 26th 2007 – There is something really freeing about being in control. Not the "dig in your heels, holding on for dear life" kind of control, but the feelings of confidence that your own efforts can make something happen. If you have chronic headaches there is an aspect of your how your body responds to your daily life th … Tags: Clenching Your Teeth Is Not Sexy By: Phyllis Grannis | Feb 26th 2007 – Ever noticed that familiar scene at the movies when the camera goes in for a close-up on the gangster’s face during a tense moment in the film and you can see him clenching and his jaw muscles throbbing? I always think…bet he has headaches! You many not know that the action of biting down on … Tags: Boomers And The Valentines Day Gift Of Discourse By: Phyllis Goldberg | Jan 23rd 2007 – This Valentines Day, are you shopping for the language of love that is bound to communicate the intensity of your feelings? Use the following five tips to help you improve the quality of your relationship. Tags: How To Inventory Your Personal Assets For 2007 By: Rosemary Lichtman | Dec 28th 2006 – As you make your 2007 New Year’s resolutions, learn how to create a list of your most important personal assets. Here are six tips to help you identify your strengths and the direction you want to take in 2007. Tags: Baby Boomers And Family Holiday Stress By: Phyllis Goldberg | Dec 14th 2006 – This holiday season, how would you like to spend less time racking up credit card debt and more time putting heart into your relationships? Use the following tips to help you give the gift of connection to your family. Tags: How The Gift Of Connection Can Help Baby Boomers Reduce Holiday Stress By: Phyllis Goldberg | Dec 14th 2006 – In your daydreams, do you envision a holiday season with less stress? Begin to lay the groundwork for gradual change in your gift giving rituals. Use the following practical tips as you focus on less stuff and more joy. Tags: Radical Reiki Radical Life Review – Must Read Now!! By: Charles Hamel | Dec 11th 2006 – Reiki is a Japanese form of healing that is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. Reiki is a Japanese word representing Universal Life Force, the energy around us and within us. It is an hands-on healing method based on the transference of vital energy. Reiki is a complete system of Tags: radical reiki radical life, reiki, reiki attunement, reiki for beginners, alternative medicine How To Nourish The Sandwich That Is You By: Rosemary Lichtman | Dec 7th 2006 – Are you sandwiched between caring for aging parents and growing children? Learn how to take better care of yourself. Here are seven tips to help you sustain and nourish yourself. Use them to reduce your stress as you balance your life. Tags: What The Sandwich Generation Can Bring To The Holiday Table By: Phyllis Goldberg | Dec 5th 2006 – Family time can be stressful, and the holidays are no exception. Follow these 7 tips and they will help you identify core values, express your gratitude and create new family rituals. Tags: Five Book Back Cover Mistakes And How To Solve Them By: Judy Cullins | Dec 2nd 2006 – Did you know that your back cover information is, after the cover, the best way to sell more books? And, that most authors, emerging and experienced, miss this opportunity to engage more potential buyers? Tags: How A Tribute To Veterans Can Emphasize The Value Of Family By: Phyllis Goldberg | Nov 14th 2006 – There are similarities between paying tribute to our Veterans and honoring our families. Use these 6 tips to strengthen your family relationships. Tags: From Baby Boomer To Mother-in-law: How To Play Your New Role By: Rosemary Lichtman | Nov 8th 2006 – Brief description: After your son popped the question, your friends advised you how to move into your new role for the wedding: "smile, shut up, and wear beige." Instead of fading into the background, you can follow these 6 tips to form a good relationship with your new daughter-in-law. Tags: How To Launch Your "boomerang Kidult" By: Rosemary Lichtman | Nov 8th 2006 – Learn how to help your Boomerang kids move out on their own. With over 25% of young adults still living with their parents, you may be feeling the crunch. Follow 6 easy steps to encourage your emerging adult children to gain independence. Read how other parents are taking care of themselves as they work to launch their k … Tags: How Politics Can Teach The Sandwich Generation A Lesson In Communication By: Phyllis Goldberg | Nov 5th 2006 – Senator Kerry said his remarks about Iraq were a joke gone awry. President Bush said neither he nor the troops saw it as funny. If you’re a member of the Sandwich Generation with a family in flux and suffereing from the foot-in-mouth syndrome, use these tips toward better communication with your emerging adult children an … Tags: How To Lay Low As Helicopter Parents By: Phyllis Goldberg | Oct 29th 2006 – Are you a helicopter Parent, still hovering over your kidults who have left for college? Use these 7 tips to learn how to take care of yourself, as well as them, by letting go. Tags: How To Let Go Of Your Kidults By: Phyllis Goldberg | Oct 28th 2006 – Are you a loving but hovering parent to your emerging adult children? As a member of the Sandwich Generation, follow these tips and learn how to draw the line between cheering from the sidelines and meddling in the game. Tags: How To Shift From Daddy’s Girl To Dad’s Caregiver By: Rosemary Lichtman | Oct 28th 2006 – Ever wondered how you could nurture and give back to your aging parents as they have cared for you? With millions of baby boomers now responsible for aging parents, many are asking, "How do I balance taking care of my parents as well as myself?" If you are feeling torn by Sandwich Generation pressures, follow these 9 tips … Tags: What Is The Beef About Protein? By: Valerie Slaugther | Oct 10th 2006 – We have been constantly bombarded with news that protein is not good for us. Eat more carbohydrates has been the montra. But, is that really true? Tags: Children’s Books To Capture The Imagination By: Margaret Tye | Sep 4th 2006 – A collection of the best, modern children’s books to suit all ages – including young-at-heart adults! Tags: The Best Kept Secret For Anti Aging And Preventing Hair Loss Is The Mineral Silica By: Willie Jones | Aug 14th 2006 – Silica is a relatively unknown mineral by the general public which is absolutely astounding because what it does for the body is nothing short of a miracle. Silica, also known as Silicon, is a combination of silicon and oxygen, two of the most common elements on earth. It is in the grass the herbivores eat. P … Tags: If It Quacks Like A Pyramid… By: Kim Klaver | Jun 21st 2006 – Who gets the Pyramid Quack award? On our conference call the other day, people wondered how to talk and act so that people would stop asking "Is this a pyramid/one of those things?" One way is to stop, forever, saying and doing the things that evoke this image in the minds of others – i.e. peop … Tags: The Skinny On Siberian Ginseng By: Laura Turner | Feb 21st 2006 – Ginseng is yet another addition to the category of Hot supplement topics. Of course – if there is a naturally occurring substance that helps to stimulate mental and physical energy, decrease incidence of cancer and ward off colds and flu – I certainly want answers! Although I’m still left a bit confused about all the differ … Tags: Natural Relief For Arthritis And Joint Pain? By: Laura Turner | Feb 15th 2006 – The years of teaching high impact aerobics are catching up with me. Sure it’s been great for the ticker, but the knees on the other hand are showing signs of age and making icky noises. What my Physical Therapist friends call "creep" and "crepitus" (which is just nice technical way of saying "grinding") had become loud enou … Tags: Should You Be Taking Coq10? By: Laura Turner | Feb 9th 2006 – In my quest for the "supplemental" truth it seems necessary to explore the qualities of the latest hot supplement topic: Coenzyme Q10. Everywhere I turn these days, I’m reading about the benefits which range the gamut from anti-aging to heart protection. But, is Coenzyme Q10 right for you? Read on! First: Th … Tags: 相关的主题文章: