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The One Mistake We Make In Brushing Our Teeth

Delay your rinse for a few minutes to maximize the health benefits of fluoride.
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Lifespan Of Electric Devices In Your Bathroom

Just like the food you eat and the cosmetics in your bag, electrical items have an expiry date too. Hair dryers, curling tongs, and straighteners all have a limited lifespan, as well as razors, hair curlers and the body of your electric toothbrush. For instance, your hair dryer needs to be replaced...
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Your Plastic Toothbrush Could Not Be Recycled Until Now

When your toothbrush has served you well, eventually it will become time to replace it and you toss the old one into the recycle bin. But the dirty, dark secret is even though you think your plastic toothbrush will be made into some other plastic item, it is a kind of plastic most recycling centers...
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To Wet Or Not To Wet Your Toothbrush, That Is The Question!

Much like the toilet paper direction battle, there has been recent talk about the proper way of applying toothpaste to a toothbrush. Three are those who say you must wet your toothbrush first before applying toothpaste and those who skip the water and proceed to directly place the toothpaste on a...
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Honesty Ranks As Top Sign Of A Healthy Relationship

What makes a healthy relationship? Honesty would be at the top of the list and according to a study, 60% of couples agreed that one of the most popular indicators of a healthy relationship is being honest about your bathroom habits, including passing gas. It also found a fifth of Americans admit to...
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