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TMJ Disorders: Causes, Symptoms, and Relief
TMJ disorders affect the jaw joint and muscles that control the jaw. Around 12 percent of people in the United States experience TMJ disorders at any one time. Women are affected more often than men, with 9 women to every 1 man experiencing severe pain and restricted jaw movement. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and treatment options available for TMJ disorders is essential for patients and doctors alike.
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'Is it Insta-worthy?': How Companies Get Customers To Do Their Marketing For Them
As more consumers and brands turn to social media, businesses have started to realize the importance of giving the online world what it craves: something interesting and unique. The VP of several popular food chains talks about how a business can rely on social media users to market their products while also increasing sales.
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The Ultimate Guide to Patient Referral Marketing
Patient referrals are a fantastic way to grow your practice, but getting a good referral network in place isn’t easy. In this article, Howard Edgar walks through the process of establishing healthy referral relationships for your practice.
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Beyond SEO: Managing the management
Clients aren't the only reason you need people skills as a marketer. You spend just as much time interacting with the upper management of your firm, so knowing how to interact with them best is important for both yourself and clients. Casie Gillette's article on "managing the management" will get you up to speed.
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Poor Oral Health, Food Scarcity Major Contributors to Malnutrition in Older Adults
Researchers at the University of North Carolina conducted a study to determine the factors associated with malnutrition in older adults. In addition to food insecurity, researchers found that oral health had the most impact on malnutrition. They found that of those involved in the study, individuals with dental problems were three times as likely to suffer from malnutrition as those without dental problems.
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