Researchers draw an evolutionary link between pregnancy and cancer malignancy
A UConn School of Dental Medicine researcher used pregnancy to unlock a missing link between various species of mammals and cancer malignancy-fundamentally changing the way we...
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How To Manage Your Fear Of Going To The Dentist
It might feel silly as a grown adult to fear visiting the dentist. But dental anxiety is a real thing, with between 9% and 20% of Americans experiencing it. Dental anxiety is a...
1 day ago - HealthWorks Collective
Using drug-eluting medical devices to fight bacterial infections
Medical practitioners routinely outfit patients with devices ranging from cardiovascular stents, pacemakers, catheters, and therapeutic lenses to orthopedic, breast, dental...
1 day ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Important Things To Know About Dental Implants
A dental implant is a metal post covered by an artificial tooth. It is usually fixed in the gum line, for the purpose of keeping the remaining teeth intact. Dental implants are...
3 days ago - Health Status
Dental Don'ts: Four Dangerous DIY Projects That Should Never Be Done
There are many do-it-yourself projects that are fun, easy, rewarding, and money-saving: painting your bedroom, making your own bread from scratch, or building a coffee table...
3 days ago - HealthWorks Collective
6 Top Tips to Maintain Dental Hygiene
Smiling is the major expression in our life. Children smile about 400 times a day, while a cheerful adult smiles at least 30-40 times a day. Women tend to smile more than men...
4 days ago - Health Status
The Single-Clinician-Operator/Anesthetist Model for Dental Deep Sedation/Anesthesia
This Viewpoint discusses safety issues regarding the single-clinician-operator/anesthetist model for dental deep sedation and anesthesia.
4 days ago - JAMA Pediatrics
Academia-Industry Partnership Leads Innovative New Approach to Alternative Dental Filling Material
A medical device case study: UCL researchers and dental materials manufacturer collaborate to speed up the development of a new dental filling material for children.
4 days ago - News Medical
Reverse dental problems by improving your diet
Do you know that you can reverse dental problems by just changing your diet? What you eat is crucial to your dental health. Some foods cause cavities, while others fight them...
4 days ago - Natural News
Experts call for more active prevention of tooth decay for children's teeth
Three-year trial comparing three treatment strategies for tooth decay in children's teeth finds no evidence to suggest that conventional fillings are more successful than...
9 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
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Study shows 3 months of high-intensity exercise can help restore heart...
Diabetes increases the risk of developing other chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular disease. But in a recent study, scientists from the University of Otago in New...
Y chromosomes mysteriously DISAPPEAR in up to 44% of men by the time they...
Researchers led by the University of Cambridge looked at health data for more 200,000 men and found some were more likely to start losing Y chromosomes, but it wasn't clear why.
Using Lungs from Increased-risk Donors Expands Donor Pool, Maintains Current...
Using lungs from donors who are considered high risk for certain infectious diseases compared to standard risk donors results in similar one-year survival for recipients.
Preterm Births are More Likely When Dads Live in Lower-income Areas
Lifelong lower socioeconomic status of dads is a newly recognized risk factor for early preterm birth , according to a new study.
Experimental Drug For Liver Disease NASH Awaiting FDA Approval
Global clinical trial designed in collaboration with VCU successfully tested a drug therapy to treat NASH, a chronic liver disease and the fastest-growing reason for liver...
Cutting Air Pollution can Boost Health, Prevent Deaths
Beat air pollution: Reducing air pollution improves health outcomes and helps slash the risk of death, reveals a new study.
Watch Out: Extreme Environmental Conditions may Affect Your Brain
Living in extreme environmental conditions can ultimately harm your brain and, in particular, the production of new nerve cells in the dentate gyrus, an area of the hippocampus...
Eating Within 10-hour Window may Keep Diabetes, Heart Disease at Bay
Fight diabetes, heart disease: Time-restricted eating, a form of intermittent fasting, may help stave off diabetes and heart disease.
Los Angeles considers shuttering celebrity favorite hookah lounges
The ban, to be discussed by the city council's Health Committee hearing today, is a bid to curb tobacco use among teenagers, as data released today show rising rates of teens...
Flesh-Eating Infection Tied to Heroin Kills Seven
All of the deaths occurred in San Diego County, CA.