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How to make your dental staff and office more productive - Las Vegas, Pleasant Hill, San Diego

Are things moving slowly in your dental office? Are you getting negative feedback from your patients? If so, it's time to re-evaluate your current processes to see how you can make your dental practice more productive. Enhanced workflow management, efficiency, and customer satisfaction are some of the factors you need to focus on to get your dental office moving like a well-oiled machine. To get you started on the right foot, here are some useful ideas on how you can improve the overall product

Cloud computing vs. traditional IT - Columbus, Grove City

Cloud computing is quickly gaining popularity these days. Businesses both big and small are starting to leave their traditional IT infrastructure behind and move to the cloud. But what makes cloud computing better than your traditional IT infrastructure? Let’s explore the differences between the two, and what will work best for your business. Traditional IT infrastructure consists of an on-site server with several desktop computers connected to it. This allows your employees to access company d

Why moving from Windows 7 to 10 before the new year is a must for your business

Is your business still running on Windows 7? If so, you should be aware that in a few months Windows 7 will officially come to an end. By January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, software updates, and security patches for Windows 7. If you continue using Windows 7 for your business, you’re putting your company at risk because without security updates and any form of network support, the chances of your computers being hacked significantly rises. Another thing to con

Myths and truths about hydration, and why many people don't realize they are dehydrated

(Natural News) Are you drinking enough water? Most people often forget the simple act of keeping themselves properly hydrated because they’re preoccupied with work or some other activity. Oftentimes, people will only remember drinking when they’re already thirsty, which shouldn’t be the case. The body of a normal human adult is comprised of 60 percent water, and he or she must consume a specific amount of water to survive. Water helps lubricate joints, produce saliva, remove waste through urinat

Prepping 101: What happens during an EMP attack?

(Natural News) What is EMP? You’ve seen it in movies, read it in books, and most probably heard about it in the news. EMP, or electromagnetic pulse, is caused by the rapid acceleration of charged particles resulting in a high-frequency burst of electromagnetic energy. This burst of energy will take out anything electronic such as power grids, radios, computers, mobile phones, household appliances, and basically everything that relies on electrical power. The extent of damage will depend on the s

Nanotechnology may one day allow people to SEE in the dark

(Natural News) Do you ever wonder why it’s so hard to see at night? That’s because humans, as well as some other mammals, can only see specific wavelengths of light called visible light. The visible light that a human’s natural vision can perceive accounts for only a small fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum. In general, humans can only see 400 to 700 nanometers (nm), which is equal to the colors of the rainbow. Longer wavelengths of light such as ultraviolet, infrared and near-infrared are

Garlic found to remove lead from the body better than a common chelator drug

(Natural News) Garlic is a common cooking ingredient, famous around the world for its pungent flavor. Used for seasoning food and as a condiment, garlic is also known for its health benefits. In ancient times, garlic was used mainly for its medicinal properties. Garlic can help prevent heart disease, control cholesterol and blood pressure, and even lower the risk of certain cancers, such as prostate, brain, and lung cancer. In a study published in Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology,

How triclosan, touted as an antibacterial, actually makes germs stronger and more dangerous

(Natural News) People are exposed to triclosan almost every day: It’s found in hand sanitizers, mouthwash, toothpaste, and other cosmetic products. While it’s known for its antibacterial properties, researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (WUSM) have discovered that triclosan can, in fact, help bacteria survive – and even tolerate – lethal doses of antibiotics. In a study published in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, lead author and WUSM profe

Is looking good worth dying for? FDA confirms risk of cancer from breast implants

(Natural News) Breast augmentation is the most common type of cosmetic surgery in the U.S., with more than 300,000 women getting breast implants a year. Most women usually get breast implants for aesthetic purposes, while the rest see it as an option following a breast cancer surgery. In a recent statement, however, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned women about the potential health risk associated with getting breast implants. The FDA had first announced on March 2017 that women

Alaskan vacation ends in mercury poisoning after man eats too much fish

(Natural News) They say that too much of a good thing can be bad for you, which in the case of a 69-year-old man, was eating too much fish. After returning from a 14-day Alaskan cruise, the man – whose identity was withheld – started to show signs of confusion and forgetfulness. He also behaved in a strange manner which prompted his wife to take him to the AdventHealth Sebring Hospital (formerly Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center). When the man was brought in, doctors thought that excessi

The science of linguistics: The brain processes concrete vs. abstract words differently

(Natural News) In an review published in the Journal of Neurophysiology, an Italian researcher explored the various areas of the human brain responsible for processing the meanings of concrete and abstract words. Language is generally separated into two categories, concrete and abstract. Concrete words refer to things that exist in the physical world and can be perceived by the five senses. Abstract words on the other hand, are intangible things humans can’t experience using their five basic sen

Speeding up Mother Nature: New nanocoating technology can speed the degradation of microplastics by harnessing the elements

(Natural News) In our oceans today, the most common form of debris you can find is plastic. While they come in different shapes and sizes, and the most widespread are microplastics – pieces of plastic which measure less than five millimeters. Plastic contamination is a growing environmental problem, especially in marine ecosystems, rivers, and lakes. Research teams from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and PP Polymer in Sweden have suggested using zinc oxide nanorod photocatalysts as a safe and