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  • Money Worries Can Run Your Health

    According to a recent survey, we’re far more likely to be fretting about money (45%) – or the lack of it – than our job performance (17%), relationships (23%) or health (28%). But stress has an impact on all areas of your life, from productivity to personal relationships and health.

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  • Do you know what lives in your mouth?

    Your mouth’s ecosystem – they call it the “human oral microbiome.” A single mouth can be home to more than 6 billion bacteria, an impressive number when compared to 7.3 billion total human population of earth. Those billions of oral bacteria live in diverse communities, where they go about the business of life.

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  • Do I Really Need Toothpaste?

    Toothpaste tastes good but is it good for you? Mint is by far the most popular flavor for toothpaste in the U.S. but you can purchase toothpaste flavored like bacon, banana, basil, bubblegum, coffee, curry, eggplant, honey, lemon, peach, pumpkin pudding, yoghurt and many more tastes that you never expected to encounter on your toothbrush.

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  • Do I really need mouthwash?

    There are two basic kinds of mouthwashes, the kind that just temporarily freshens your breath (cosmetic) and the kind that addresses oral health problems (therapeutic). Find out which one you should use!

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  • Why chewing ice is bad for you!

    Dedicated ice chewers crave ice like a smoker needs a cigarette. They have favorite places to buy ice, websites devoted to documenting their frosty obsession, and the truly dedicated may even purchase snow-cone machines for home, but how much damage is it doing to your teeth?

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  • Stained Teeth

    It isn’t just smokers who suffer from stained teeth. Find out the various causes of tooth-staining and how you can restore your smile to its youthful brightness.

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  • What Causes Teeth Grinding & How Do I Stop?

    Typically, the first goal in treating teeth grinding is to alleviate the pain and prevent further physical damage from occurring. There are several approaches, depending on how the habit manifests itself (at night or during the day), and how stress or other problems may be influencing the behavior. Sometimes, just becoming aware of the habit of bruxism is the first step toward controlling it.

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  • What Exactly Is Sleep Apnea?

    All sleep-related breathing disorders, including OSA, have one thing in common: they result from a reduction or blockage of airflow to the lungs during sleep. Generally, obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the tissues at the back of the throat—including the tongue, tonsils and soft palate—begin to collapse, and thus restrict the flow of air through mouth and windpipe (trachea).

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  • Sensitive Teeth

    Do your teeth hurt when exposed to hot or cold foods and drinks? Learn more about the causes of tooth sensitivity, and what you can do about this common problem.

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  • What Can I Do About My Missing Teeth?

    Some people are born without a full set of teeth, and others lose teeth due to a traumatic injury. But by far the most common causes of tooth loss are tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease. Both of these diseases generally result from bacterial plaque that is allowed to build up on tooth surfaces in the absence of effective oral hygiene.

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