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Eating the Right Foods Can Boost Your Efforts to Prevent Dental Disease

You're more apt to lose teeth because of periodontal (gum) disease and tooth decay than any other cause. But neither of these bacterial diseases have to happen: You can Read More

Your Food's Micronutrients Make a Difference in Your Dental Health

When you were a kid, a plate of green beans or carrots probably seemed less appealing than a handful of cookies or a bowl of ice cream. Mom or Read More

Diet and Lifestyle Changes Could Lower Your Risk of Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is one of the more dangerous malignancies people face. But there are ways you can reduce your risk of this deadly disease through changes in lifestyle habits Read More

Eat the Right Kind of Carbs to Protect Yourself from Gum Disease

In the quest for the ideal diet, people often stress over one particular food group: carbohydrates. And for good reason—some carbohydrates have been linked to chronic inflammation, a contributing Read More

Think Water First for Summer Thirst

It’s easy to work up a thirst in the summer. You might be shooting hoops in the park, riding on a trail or playing volleyball on the beach. No Read More

Why the Bottled Variety Might not be Your Best Choice for Clean Drinking Water

In recent decades civilization's millennia-long search for clean, safe drinking water has become much easier with modern purification methods. Today, there are few places in the United States without Read More

Add a Healthy Diet to Your Oral Cancer Prevention Strategy

Although oral cancer isn't the most prevalent among metabolic diseases, it is one of the most deadly with only a 50% survival rate after five years. That's because it Read More

4 Diet Changes You Should Make for Better Oral Health

One of the most popular subjects in books, magazines and social media is food — the things we should or should not eat (or at least not too much). Read More

Diet and Lifestyle Choices Key to Dental Health During College Years

“The Freshman 15” is a popular way of referring to the phenomenon of new college students gaining weight during their freshman year (although the average is less than fifteen Read More

Fast Food Chains Take One Small Step for Kids' Teeth

Eaten in a fast food restaurant lately? If so, maybe you’ve noticed some changes in the big, colorful signs behind the counters. Many have begun promoting a few “healthier” Read More

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