July 2019

Fitness

Basketball: Protective Gear that Superstars Use

Basketball might not be as dangerous as football or hockey, but it is still considered a contact sport. Collisions with other players, hard fouls, and tumbles are almost unavoidable — even well-known superstars are beginning to sport protective gear. 1. Shoes They might not seem like protective gear, but wait ‘til you try playing basketball

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knee injury
Fitness

Sports Injuries: Treat Knee Damage with Knee Replacement Surgery

Did you injure your knee while playing baseball during that intense match in Orem? If you’re suffering from severe pain for a couple of weeks now, it could be a sign that you need to undergo knee replacement surgery. But what is knee replacement surgery, and how do you know if you need one? Below,

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Real Estate

Why Are Seniors Relocating During Their Golden Years?

People often buy houses so they can have a place to stay once they retire. It’s a typical concept for most retirees. But there are times when life happens, and some people might get forced to move or had a change of plan. Experts at the Bank of America, together with Age Wave, says that

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Home & Garden

Homeowners Spend Around $510 on Professional Tree Trimming

You should expect to spend around $510 on professional tree trimming in Sandy, Utah and other metropolitan areas. The rate applies to a medium-size tree, so prices can vary for smaller trees. The cost of labor will account for a significant part of the expenses. A contractor may charge approximately $390 for trimming a mid-size

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Home & Garden

The Best Fruit Trees to Plant in Your Backyard

There’s just something so special about being able to pick off and eat the fruit directly from a tree in your garden. You don’t even need to have an orchard to do this; those living in small spaces can create a thriving garden full of productive fruit trees and plants right on their balcony, porch,

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Home & Garden

The Difference Between Fertilizers and Soil Conditioners

If you’ve ever cared for a garden or lawn, you’ll know that, once your plant sprouts from its seed, it relies on the surrounding soil for all its nutrient needs. Unfortunately, due to soil depletion, there are increasingly fewer nutrients in the soil now than there were a few decades ago. A study has found

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Man experiencing back pain
Fitness

How Do I Know If I Have Simple Back Pain or a Herniated Disc?

Back pain is one of those things that can creep up on you without any warning at all. One minute you are just lounging about and the next, boom! You feel a sharp pain in your lower back. Because of the sneaky nature of back pain, lots of people wonder whether they’re experiencing a simple

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Man involved in a car accident
Automotive & Local Transportation

Common Injuries After a Car Crash

According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT), in the United States alone, more than 37,000 people die in road crashes each year. Meanwhile, an additional 2.35 million are injured or disabled. The injuries you can get from a car crash vary depending on the type of collision – a rear-end impact may result in

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Fitness

How Thumb-Sucking Affects Your Child’s Dental Health

As a parent, you want your child to grow healthy without acquiring any habit that might affect their development. One habit that’a putting your child’s dental health at risk is thumb sucking. Thumb sucking or finger sucking is completely normal for infants. It’s a natural reflex that often exhibits in an infant. It’s a behavior

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urine pain
Fitness

Understanding Digestive Diseases

Digestive diseases are some of the most uncomfortable to go through, so much so that even one of its most harmless forms — an upset stomach — leaves many of us unable to go to work or perform our daily routines. Imagine then, if the pain were not just a reaction to something we have

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