IF EVERY Monday morning starts with great intentions to get fitter, healthier and become a new and improved version of yourself, but by Saturday you are chastising yourself for another failed diet, then maybe it is time to change the way you think about food.
THE car alarm that was blaring outside your window at 2am, the after-work drinks that quickly escalated, that sixth episode of Orange is The New Black: there are plenty of reasons – self-inflicted and otherwise – why you might arrive at work feeling slightly worse for wear and find yourself stifling yawns well beyond your third Americano.
ARE you one of the unlucky ones whose teeth are covered with an avalanche of tartar in the blink of an eye no matter how much you clean? If so and you’re wondering how to change your luck and slow down the tartar torrent, here are a few tips to turn the tide in your favour.
HATE flossing but have a nagging thought in the back of your mind that you should do it? Well you’re in luck, because water flossers are the new craze in dental care that’s appealing to the masses – and they work.