If you are one of those people who just can’t get enough chocolate, then this blog post is for you! Imagine going into the bathroom in the morning and squeezing some chocolate toothpaste onto your brush! No, we’re not kidding!
Crest, makers of other flavors such as Vanilla Mint and Lyme Spearmint Zest, has come out with a new flavor called Mint Chocolate Trek. It sells for around $4.99 a tube, but that’s a small price to pay to get your chocolate fix…minus the calories…right?
I remember growing up watching my mother put on her Mother’s Ring every Sunday morning before we went to church. It was a beautiful ring with the birth stone of every one of us kids carefully placed in a custom setting. I always told myself that one day, when I became a mother, I would have a ring just like that. Well as it seems, times have changed and so has the market for mother’s jewelry. There is an unbelievable new trend in jewelry for moms that has been sweeping the nation and it’s rather…unique.
Little inquiring minds have been asking for years, “Mommy, is the tooth fairy real?” Now you will be able to answer with 100% certainty that yes, to some extent and in different traditions all over the world the “tooth fairy” in one form or another is very much real.
When we think of running, we many times don’t realize that there is a right way and a wrong way to run. We simply throw on some sneakers and take off. The truth is, improper running form can lead to a laundry list of injuries and health problems…anything from plantar fasciitis to pulled hamstrings to lower back problems. In honor of the thousands of people who make losing weight their number one goals for the new year, we are going to highlight a few things to keep in mind the next time you head out for a jog.
It happens every year…January 1st rolls along and we find ourselves writing down our lists of resolutions for the new year. Some of the most common resolutions include losing weight, changing careers, asking for a raise or even saving up for that dream trip to Europe. Here we are half way through January… right about the time those resolutions start to fade into the distance as just another life goal that was never realized. We tend to fall back into our old habits and tendencies all the while convincing ourselves that things will never change.
This may surprise you, but dental floss has lots of different uses aside from the traditional use we have all come to know and love. If you remember back to the good ol’ days, McGuyver used to love keeping dental floss handy just in case he had to fix a failing nuclear power plant or stop a speeding semi from smashing into a bus full of school children. (If you don’t know who McGuyver is, Google him! Better yet, Youtube it…you don’t know what you’re missing!) We have a few more practical applications for dental floss that you may actually use around your home.
We’ve all heard about the Loch Ness Monster and Big Foot, right? Pretty neat stories, but we know they’re just legends. Well what if we told you there were some pretty amazing facts about your teeth that are just as hard to believe? What’s more…each of these facts are true! If we’ve sparked your interest, keep on reading…
It is at this particular time every year that Seinfeld lovers everywhere remember what is probably known as the second most famous episode ever made: the Festivus episode. (Second only to the Soup Nazi episode.) We have George Castanza’s father to thank for the invention of Festivus: a fictitious holiday invented to give people an alternative to Christmas.
How many of you out there actually fear the dentist? For some people the mere thought of having to go simply for their bi-annual cleaning makes them shake with fear. As much as 10% of the UK population actually puts off dental appointments until absolutely necessary, ie. painful toothache or abscessed tooth, out of sheer fear. Well the Japanese have done a study on this particular topic that you may find interesting. You see, their study showed that the fear of going to the dentist may actually lie in the sound of the dental tools being used as opposed to the actual pain felt during dental procedures.