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  • Is an electric toothbrush better than a manual toothbrush?

    Mayo Clinic

    It's possible to brush your teeth effectively with a manual toothbrush. However, an electric toothbrush can be a useful alternative. If you choose an electric toothbrush, make sure the toothbrush is comfortable and easy to use.

  • Is loss of taste and smell normal with aging - or could loss of taste and smell have other causes?

    Mayo Clinic

    Some loss of taste and smell is natural with aging, especially after age 60, but some causes are treatable. Consult your doctor if you notice a loss of taste or smell. Your doctor might recommend altering your medications, or refer you to an allergist or an ear, nose and throat specialist.

  • Movement and your mind

    Berkeley Wellness

    Exercise can help improve mental well-being. While exercise may not cure depression, it is recommended as part of your treatment plan and can benefit your health in many other ways. Find an exercise that you enjoy so that you do it regularly.

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