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How to Choose Dental Treatments, Plastic Surgery Blogs and Alcohol Substitutes: Top Shares of the Week

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A wide array of stories were shared in EmpowHER's community this week. Community members talked about healthy alcohol substitutes, giving yourself permission to live, plastic surgery blogs and how to choose dental treatments with care. Do you have a health story that you would like to share? Post your blog to our community so that other women can read and reflect on your personal experiences and stories.

Here are some of our top blog posts in the EmpowHER community this week.

All the Fun Without the Buzz: 5 Healthy Alcohol Substitutes

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From the blog: "Though some people enjoy alcoholic beverages, excessive drinking can cause a variety of physical, mental, and social issues. Not only can it cause scar tissue on the liver, but alcohol consumption has been linked to higher risks of throat cancer, breast cancer, and depression. If you want to enjoy a fun drink while cutting back on alcohol, consider one of these fantastic alternatives."

Giving Yourself Permission To Live The Life You Deserve

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From the blog: "This concept of needing permission is more common to women than men; men, for the most part,have an innate sense of entitlement resulting from the way their mothers nurtured them and from societal mores that continually reinforce that men have power."

5 Best Plastic Surgery Blogs to Follow

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From the blog: "If you are thinking about getting plastic surgery or have already had some in the past, a great way to keep up with new trends, ever-evolving health information, or just accurate information about a type of surgery you are interested in, plastic surgery blogs can be a great place to look."

Dental treatments that you must always choose with care

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From the blog: "The dentist would suggest a couple of things to take care after having the dental treatment at home. However, before you blindly agree to your dentist, it would be rather wise to know something about the dental treatments, which will also help to question the dental expert before you go for the same."

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