Can Your Selfie Improve Your Smile?

The next time you brush your teeth, consider capturing the action on your cell phone — and sharing it with your dentist. The results might provide you with a better shine and fewer cavities by helping you learn to brush more effectively. This was the initial finding from a pilot study to investigate tooth-brushing behavior and to see how it may change after training. Inventors have been intrigued by devices to measure toothbrushing for years, but only now with the wide availability of smartphones, sensors and other wireless technologies have they had the opportunity to measure the behavior in real-time
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November 17, A Date for the Record Books

Thursday 17 November marks the 12th consecutive Guinness World Records Day and 2016 promises to be the most exciting one yet. Thursday 17 November marks the 12th consecutive Guinness World Records Day and 2016 promises to be the most exciting one yet. There’s sure to be some amazing records set. Take a look at the following link: http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/
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Spend More Time With Family

A Fast and Easy Thanksgiving Dinner From Fine Cooking Magazine Whether it’s your first Thanksgiving dinner or you’re just pressed for time, this is the menu to choose when you want to keep things simple and delicious. The turkey is brushed with butter and roasted unstuffed, without any multi-day brining processes. While the turkey roasts, you have plenty of time to pull together the classic sides: bread stuffing with apples, bacon, and mushrooms; fluffy mashed potatoes with rustic bits of skin in the mash; a quick cranberry relish, and green beans with toasted almonds. For dessert, skip the fussy pie crust and
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Cyber Monday – November 28

The Dos & Don’ts of Cyber Monday Shopping By AUTUMN YATES Reporter, Highya As the dust clears from Black Friday, smart bargain hunters all around America gear up for shopping event number two, and this round is without the hustle and bustle of dodging elbows for deals at brick and mortar stores. The day to save while holiday shopping online is called Cyber Monday. But, what’s the difference between Black Friday and Cyber Monday? And, are there any tricks to finding the best deals? In short, Cyber Monday is the online equivalent of Black Friday. It takes place on the Monday
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Black Friday 2016 is on Friday, November 25, 2016

Tips for Black Friday Shopping – Visit http://www.theblackfriday.com every day. Black Friday deals or similar may be available before Black Friday itself.- Decide what you want in advance. You may NOT be able to cover all the stores and may not be able to get ALL the early bird Specials. So decide in advance what is the most important item that you absolutely need.- Give preference to big ticket item as you will save more on those item. For example, you are likely save few hundred dollars on an expensive TV of over thousand dollar than on a shoes of
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Hey! Hey! Let’s Celebrate Mickey Mouse Day – November 18

Fifteen Fun Facts For Mickey Mouse’s Birthday As the famous Walt Disney quote says, “I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing—that it was all started by a mouse.” – and today we’re celebrating that Mouse on the Disney Parks Blog. Mickey Mouse made his official film debut on November 18, 1928, in the film “Steamboat Willie,” and has since become a famous face at Disney Parks around the world. In honor of today’s milestone, here are 15 fun facts about Mickey Mouse you may not know: Walt Disney wrote the first script for “Plane Crazy,” the
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November 14 is World Diabetes Day

Eyes on Diabetes The theme of World Diabetes Day 2016 is Eyes on Diabetes. The year’s activities and materials will focus on promoting the importance of screening to ensure early diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and treatment to reduce the risk of serious complications. Screening for type 2 diabetes is important to modify its course and reduce the risk of complications. Diabetes is a huge and growing burden: 415 million adults were living with diabetes in 2015 and this number is expected to increase to around 642 million or one in ten adults by 2040. One in two adults with
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