We have certainly traveled far along the road of continuing improvements, haven’t we? When you stop to consider what we have today in comparison with one-hundred years ago, it is a bit mind boggling, isn’t it?
The modern conveniences that are available to the masses today now are incredible. Just a short 90 years back, very few people had cars.In today’s world, nearly every individual has a car. Some own more.
And think about the folks with mobility problems: Powerful stair lifts did not exist 100 years ago. Yet today. They have devices to help the disabled be more mobile for both vehicles and at home.
Today’s technology makes it possible for some folks to live a life that would not have been available to them 100 years ago.That is what is going well.
However, there are many issues that still need to be tackled. Gum disease is a problem which is characterized in the beginning by the need to stop bleeding gums.It is difficult to understand how we have yet to defeat periodontal disease after centuries of experience with its destructive nature.
Modern medicine may have slipped a bit on that one. But teeth whitening reviews abound on the Internet today. The trend is that whitening teeth at home has become ‘almost’ the norm. This is an item that wasn’t within reach of the common man 100 years ago.
One tip about that: Please do NOT ever try to lighten your teeth with lemon juice – That is an urban legend that should be completely ignored. The lemon juice can cause great damage to your tooth enamel – please never do that.
Medically speaking, things are improving. Heart surgeries have advanced technologically. Yet, it leaves me feeling a bit sad.We should turn our attention to the area that really needs improvement: Prevention.
At the same time, we really should develop our ability to work with nature instead of against. Are there natural substances that can clean our arteries and help us avoid heart surgery in the first place?
Despite all, I’m optimistic. Currently, I am really excited to daydream about what we might have in the next 50 years or so. I am eagerly looking towards finding out for myself.
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