How to Stop Touching your Face [Visual]

Touching your face is so natural a habit, you may not even realize you’re doing it until there’s good reason not to. Hands are a common transmission source for pathogens that can make you sick — including bacteria and viruses — according to a 2015 study in the American Journal of Infection Control. The COVID-19 pandemic is reason enough to stop being so handsy, but that’s often easier said than done.

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The benefits of standing desks to improve your workday [Visual]

Most office workers know it’s difficult to maintain the correct posture in an office chair for hours. And sitting in front of a computer all day can cause back pain, neck pain, and tight shoulders, among other possible issues.

It’s little wonder, then, that standing desks and desks that convert between sitting and standing (known as sit-and-stand desks) are growing in popularity. In fact, the Society for Human Resource Management reported a 9 percent increase in companies offering standing desks to workers between 2017 and 2018.

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4 Simple Stretches to Get Rid of Upper Back Pain (Chiropractor Approved)

With seemingly endless options on the internet for relieving upper back pain, it can be hard to know who to listen to. After all, for every professional taking to the internet to share his or her knowledge, there are a handful of other people sharing their own incomplete or inaccurate information.

When it comes to back pain, you don’t want to just take anyone’s word for it. Improper stretching and movements can increase your back pain and even cause further problems. That’s the last thing you want. Luckily, we went straight to the source for simple stretches to get rid of upper back pain (chiropractor approved).

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How to Retrain your Brain [Visual]

During challenging times it can be difficult to remain positive and mentally tough. Even when the world is functioning more “normally” most of us experience stress and have negative thoughts. It’s normal to have negative thoughts, but when negative thoughts turn into negative thinking patterns your mental health can suffer. Negative thinking patterns, also known as cognitive distortions, can lead to or worsen anxiety and depression. The good news is, there are steps you can take to combat cognitive distortions.

The visual below from University of St. Augustine for Health Services looks at common thinking patterns and offers tips for how you can retrain your brain to think differently.

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Eco-friendly dentistry: A need for future

Dentistry mainly deals with conservative and pain-relieving treatment to the different aspects of the oral cavity. No one can deny that dental issues can be extremely problematic, and a dental clinic is the best way to eliminate it. However, it has been commonly noted that dentistry generates a lot of waste, in general. A lot of this waste is plastic-based and non-biodegradable. However, the world has had enough pollution all around, and it is the right time to take the proper steps to undo all the damage that has already been done. In the field of dentistry, the answer is eco-friendly and green dentistry. A little more detailed description of it has been given below.

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