Residents in care homes 'missing out on dental care'
Inspectors warn care homes and the NHS to do more to look after the teeth of vulnerable residents.
17 hours ago - BBC
Another Vaping Danger: E-Cigarette Explodes in Teen's Face
The e-cigarette blast was strong enough to break bones and blow out teeth.
4 days ago - Web MD
Can Teeth Whitening Kits Really Improve Your Smile?
Well, yes. And no... Let's explain that a little bit shall we. If you are looking to get a brighter smile , the chances are you are doing a lot of research right now. In most...
6 days ago - HealthWorks Collective
Protect your gums and your brain with K2
Has it ever occurred to you that the overall picture of your dental health is really a reflection of your physical health? That's the premise of Dr. Steven Lin, a dentist who...
7 days ago - Mercola
Should I Get Dental Implants? Here's How To Decide
A lot of people who experience oral problems or issues with their teeth opt for dental implants. They've become more and more popular in recent times, with improved healthcare...
7 days ago - HealthWorks Collective
Dental Braces Won't Always Bring Happiness: Here's Why
Dental braces can straighten your crooked teeth, but it may not guarantee happiness and self-confidence, reveals a new study.
9 days ago - Medindia Health
Seven Things That Can Clean Your Teeth
Simply put, some things, such as toothpicks, are not the...
9 days ago - Health Status
What Depression Looks Like When It Doesn't Look Like Depression
Depression really can be like those commercials or newsprint ads: A dark cloud hangs over me while the rest of the scene is sunny. Even though I am in the shadows of...
9 days ago - Scary Mommy - 2 articles
Braces won't always bring happiness
New research overturns the belief that turning your crooked teeth into a beautiful smile will automatically boost your self-confidence.
11 days ago - ScienceDaily
Whoa, Look at This 40,000-Year-Old Wolf Head
The Ice Age-era beast was found in Siberia with well-preserved fur, teeth, skin, and brain tissue.
11 days ago - Mens health
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Gut Microbiome-based Treatment found to Curb Food Allergies
Study finds altered gut microbiota in infants with food allergy; oral therapy to replenish bacteria prevented food allergy and suppressed established disease in mice.
Music Students Score High in Math, Science, English
High academic scores found among music students were more pronounced among those who take instrumental rather than vocal music.
Coffee Could Help Fight Obesity and Diabetes
Drinking a cup of coffee daily could improve the brown fat in the neck region which decreases the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Micronutrient Deficiencies Remain Common at Time of Celiac Disease...
Micronutrient deficiencies are a common symptom in adults diagnosed with celiac diseases, finds a new study.
Oral Steroids Ups Infection Risk in Inflammatory Disease Patients
Oral steroids puts patients with inflammatory disease at high risk of infection, according to a new study.
Nutrition is the Missing Element in Home Health Today: Study
Educating home health patients on the benefits of proper nutritional care can help promote their strength and prevent them from going back to the hospital, which eventually...
Ocean Swimming Raises Vulnerability to Infection: Study
Swimming in the ocean water changes the skin microbiome and raises the risk of infection, including that of the ear and skin, finds a new study.
Push-Ups: How Hand Position Changes the Muscles You Work
Push-ups are one of the most popular bodyweight exercises and one that works multiple muscle groups simultaneously. While we characteristically think of push-ups as a triceps...
Video Shows Carrie Underwood's Baby Knows Who The Real MVP Parent Is
Babies prefer mommy's voice over daddy's - especially when it's a Grammy award-winning one! Scientific fact: Singing to your baby not only calms them down, but can also benefit...
New Discovery Helps Explain Some Forms of Stroke
A new behavior of the blood vessels of the brain in zebrafish has been identified by scientists.