What’s On The Plate? Archive

Our Ears and the Sense of Hearing 0

Our ears are critical. We use it for hearing and for communicating with others. The ear’s function is to send sound to the brain through the parts of the ear: the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear. We also use our ears to maintain our sense

Is Post-Thrombotic Syndrome Preventable? 0

Post-thrombotic syndrome is a medical condition that occurs as a result of a long-term complication of deep vein thrombosis. It's a condition that develops in most patients who experience blood clots in the leg. Here's what you need to know about it: What Is Thromboprophylaxis? Thromboprophylaxis is a process done to prevent

Learn from Jay: The Young Man Who Never Brushed His Teeth 0

Do you encourage your children to brush their teeth and to floss? Do you brush and floss your teeth yourself? You may expect parents to be concerned with their children’s oral health, but you may be surprised that some do not care at all. Some even take their oral

Bulimia Nervosa: Bingeing, Purging, and Fasting 0

People suffering from bulimia nervosa often feel a sense of loss of control while eating. Many feel like they are unable to stop consuming a large amount of food for a short period. This is usually followed by compensatory behaviors, such as vomiting, improper use of laxatives, and excessive

Three Facts about Hair Loss Brits Have to Accept 0

People of all ages can suffer from hair loss, but there are those who experience temporary and permanent baldness. The good news is, treatments are available, but you have to conduct a thorough research to find out which one best suits you. And it pays to know more about

Top Water Activities for Memorable Ocean Adventures 0

Beachheads are always on the lookout for exciting stuff to do on the surf. The summer season provides many opportunities to play in the sand and sea, and beach folks have thought up plenty of ocean activities that cater to all types of fun-seeking tourists. For an unforgettable aquatic

Teeth whitening in Burnham for a brighter future 0

When meeting someone for the first time it takes less than a minute to make a first impression of them. Before a person has even spoken decisions based on their appearance, age, gender and character will have been made. Naturally someone’s smile is likely to be one of the

Coffee Addicts, Rejoice: A New Type of Coffee Prevents Stained Teeth 0

You’ve probably seen your share of bizarre food and beverages over the last few years. From pizza cones to sushi burritos, now there’s clear coffee. It looks like water, but it smells and tastes like coffee. There have been clear, fizzy drinks in the past, but this one looks

Low-Carb Diets and Oral Health 0

There is nothing wrong with dieting to trim your waistline and achieve your ideal weight. Some to this by eliminating carbohydrates or eating a low-carb diet. Dieting may help you shed some pounds, but keep in mind that it may have an adverse effect on your oral health. This

Are Competitive Eaters Bulimic? 0

Have you seen the video of model Nela Zisser devouring 22 McDonald’s Big Macs in less than an hour? Did you watch the last Nathan’s Famous 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest? If yes, have you ever wondered if those competitive eaters throw up after a game or