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Fact or Fiction

We are exposed to a mind-boggling amount of information every day. Whatever its origin, be it from other people, the media or the internet, it has varying degrees of relevance, importance and accuracy. However, much of this information makes its way into our culture where it is rapidly circulated and frequently assumed reliable.

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    Fresh Breath for Healthy Living

    Naturally, young people compare their appearance with models, actors and celebrities depicted in advertising and the media. Youngsters also have a tendency to ignore other abilities and focus on appearance as evidence of worthiness.

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      Rise and Shine

      Waking up early enough to go for a walk or complete a workout followed by a healthy breakfast is undoubtedly a great way to kick-start the metabolism.

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        Are you confident enough to get up close and personal?

        A new survey conducted by CB12 to coincide with National Kissing Day, taking place on 19 June, reveals that almost a third of Brits (31%) have been told that they have unpleasant breath by their partner. Unsurprisingly, 46% were embarrassed to hear the news, 18% were ashamed, yet a mere 3% were amused.

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          Alleviating Unpleasent Breath for Added Confidence

          Luke Thorley from Welling Corner Dental Practice is highly experienced in aesthetic dentistry, endodontics and facial aesthetics. He talks about the sensitive issue of halitosis and how to enhance patient confidence.

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            Breathing. Breathe. Breath

            Breathing is fundamental to life. Mammals do it through their lungs, fish through gills, insects through traceae in their abdomen. Without this most important of automatic responses, we cannot survive. Whether consciously or subconsciously, its importance is with us every day and is even reflected in our language when we speak of seeking ‘breathing space’ or of ‘breathing life’ into a piece of writing or work of art.

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              The significance of breath

              Take a step back in time to the civilisation of Ancient Egypt and breath was inextricably associated with the concept of the 'soul'. The Egyptians believed this was composed of several parts, the 'Ka' or breath, which continued after death and remained in proximity to the earthly body , while another part commenced it spiritual journey. In Christianity, the first book of the Bible, Genesis, speaks of the 'breath of life', while in Hinduism, 'Atman' comes from Sanskrit meaning 'essence' or 'breath' .

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                'Invisible' but still real

                Invisibility was once a popular theme in science fiction and fairy tales, with invisibility cloaks, invisible enemies, even invisible worlds featured in stories. But invisibility is not necessarily confined to fiction and in the 'real' world there are also a considerable number of 'invisible' things around us.

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                  Get Well Faster

                  Fresh Breath for Healthy Living

                  Naturally, young people compare their appearance with models, actors and celebrities depicted in advertising and the media. Youngsters also have a tendency to ignore other abilities and focus on appearance as evidence of worthiness.

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                  WHY GO TO THE DENTIST?

                  Contrary to popular belief, the role of dental professionals is not just to fix your teeth. Practitioners are highly trained to look after your teeth and gums but also to recognise any potential problems and hopefully prevent them before they affect your wellbeing.

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