No downtime face and body contouring treatments

submitted by Valerie Higgins, LMA, The Spa at Lifestyle

Now that summer is over and we are getting back to reality, maybe you have noticed that you look more tired than you feel or that your jaw line isn’t as tight as it used to be. Don’t worry, there are things you can do! Anti-aging products can help, but if you really want to make a change and can’t afford the downtime from a surgical procedure then it is time to consider a non-invasive treatment, like the Venus Legacy.

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Review your health history with your dentist

submitted by Dr. Michael Spadafora, D.D.S., Bucks County Dental Design

One of the most important tools that your dentist has is a complete and thorough health history for each patient. Before completing any dental work, your dentist will review your health history and discuss with you aspects of your history that will have an impact on your dental work.

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Tips for preschoolers’ dental care

submitted by Dr. Michael Spadafora, D.D.S., Bucks County Dental Design

Each fall brings a whole new group of children starting their journey into the formal education process – preschoolers! These three- and four-year-olds, who are becoming students for the first time, should also become dental patients.

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Back to school with healthy skin

submitted by Brittany Bray, BA, LMA, Aesthetic Director at The Spa at Lifestyle

Going back to school is a time for new beginnings! New routines and schedules, new friends, new responsibilities. With all these changes to one’s environments, it’s important to continue to care for your skin. Problematic skin can sometimes be treated with just a few simple changes to your regimen.

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Separating fact from fiction when preparing your home for sale

submitted by Lynne Kelleher, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

It seems that everyone from HGTV to Aunt Betty to your mother-in-law has advice about what you should and shouldn’t do when preparing your home for sale. Here’s a closer look at what’s true and what’s not:

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Anti-aging skin care – Where to begin?

submitted by Brittany Bray, B.A., LMA, The Spa At Lifestyle

It can be challenging to know where to begin when you’re starting an anti-aging regimen. The cosmetic industry can be overwhelming since the anti-aging market has grown tremendously and the counters are saturated with hundreds of products claiming to perform miracles. With all this misleading information, it is easy to give up, or to not start at all. It’s best to begin by seeking help from a cosmetic professional.

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How to deal with a deceased loved one’s debt collectors

submitted by E. Garrett Gummer, III, Esquire, and Maureen L. Anderson, Esquire, www.GummerElderLaw.com

The last thing anyone wants after a death in the family is calls from debt collectors. So it’s important to know what a person’s creditors can (and cannot) legally do, and how to protect yourself and your family from improper or deceptive practices.

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In the know about SPF

submitted by Valerie Higgins, LMA, The Spa At Lifestyle

Summer is finally here! The days are longer, vacation time is upon us and we are gearing up for fun in the sun! But are you in the know about sunscreen?

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A dental exam can lead to diagnosis of eating disorders

submitted by Dr. Michael Spadafora, D.D.S.

A female teenager or young adult with severe wear on the inside of her teeth can indicate more than you realize, especially if the tooth enamel is eroded beyond her years. It can reveal that she is suffering from bulimia, a common eating disorder that affects many, especially young women.

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Setting the price when selling your home

submitted by Lynne Kelleher, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

Price and exposure are the two key factors in getting your home sold regardless of the type of market we’re in, and price accounts for 80% of that equation. Location, condition and local market conditions must all be considered when establishing a list price.

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