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Regular dental visits may help prevent pneumonia, study shows.

Infectious Diseases Society of America News, 11/01/2016 That twice–yearly trip to the dentist could do more than keep teeth and gums healthy: It may decrease the risk of pneumonia by reducing bacteria in the mouth, suggests research presented at IDWeek...

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Should You Bother to Floss Your Teeth?

What recent research and our experts reveal about this dental-health practice By Sari Harrar October 13, 2016   Flossing isn't usually seen as an enjoyable activity. Fifty-five percent of Americans, in fact, would rather wash dishes, sit in traffic, wait in a checkout...

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3 Airplane Precautions for Pearly Whites.

JUNE 30, 2016  |   CAROLINE JACOBSON Travelers need to be organized—especially when it comes to teeth. So fasten your seatbelts and scan this safety card for your smile: 1. AIRPLANE WATER It’s dry at your cruising altitude. High altitudes call for hydration,...

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Chemicals in water bottles, food containers may permanently damage children’s teeth.

The chemicals in plastics and fungicides may hinder the growth of dental enamel, irreversibly weakening teeth. May 31, 2016   |   By European Society of Endocrinology   Chemicals commonly found in plastics and fungicides may be weakening children’s teeth by disrupting hormones...

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How the Western Diet Has Changed the Human Face.

February 16, 2016 by Eirik   Most people know that children who grow up eating a processed, nutrient-poor diet are at increased risk of a wide range of medical problems, including obesity, type-2 diabetes, and hypertension. What is less known is...

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Study says sugar-free gum could provide savings to dental healthcare costs.

The NHS could save £8.2 million a year on dental treatments – the equivalent to 364,000 dental check-ups - if all 12 year olds across the UK chewed sugar free gum after eating or drinking, thanks to the role...

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Can COPD Make Gums Bleed?

Feb 12, 2016   |   Dava Stewart   Investigators looking at  the possible relationship between gum bleeding and respiratory health found there is a consistent but unexplained link. The study was conducted by Francisco Gomez Real of the Department of...

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Teens & Dental Care

Teens eat quick meals in the form of "nutrition" bars and fast food to stay alert and on schedule between school, extracurricular activities and part-time jobs. However, these habits can permanently damage oral and overall health. Teens should have...

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When To Avoid Dental Antibiotics.

At CJD we have been following the  guidelines as they are released.   http://www.consumerreports.org/drugs/dental-antibiotics/    

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How to Banish Bad Breath.

8:00 p.m. Saturday, March 19, 2016 | Filed in: Lifestyle   You’ve tried mints, gum and mouthwash but nothing works. Bad breath is affecting your social life, causing you to shy away from your loved ones and preventing you from speaking...

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