Purple Gums

Purple Gums? Why You Might Have Them and What You Can Do About It

Purple gums are more than just an ugly side effect of aging; they’re actually an indication of gum disease and tooth decay, and one you might not notice until it’s too late. If you have purple gums, don’t ignore them—you could be putting your teeth at risk! Here’s what to do if you notice purple … Read more

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UTI Dyer: The More Severe Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be uncomfortable, but the symptoms usually go away on their own and don’t require any treatment. In more severe cases, however, an infection can spread to other parts of the body and become life-threatening. Below we’ll take a look at UTI Dyer, an infection that’s less common than other UTIs … Read more

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