How to get rid of bad breath: Seven ways to eradicate the smell

Dentist, Preventive Health, Wellness, Dental

Bad breath is a problem many of us have experienced once. However, we often don’t notice until other people start leaning away from us. Try these seven tips to eradicate your bad breath....

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When Should a Child’s Tonsils Come Out?

June 11, 2018 Kevin Joy

Pediatric Sleep Issues, Preventive Health, Pediatric Allergies, Pediatric Dental, Dental

A Michigan Medicine pediatric specialist explains what tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy entails, from examination to recovery....

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The Focus Shifts in Alzheimer's Research

April 10, 2018 Robert Preidt of WebMD

Preventive Health, Aging, Wellness, Women's Health, Men's Health

The way that Alzheimer's disease is defined for research should be based on brain changes rather than symptoms....

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10 ways to to tackle bad breath

Preventive Health, Dental, Periodontal Health

Do you suspect you suffer from halitosis (bad breath)? Then here are some helpful ways to check for the problem, and a range of treatment options which will hopefully eradicate this social scourge. If your best friend won't tell you......

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Oral sex is causing an oral cancer epidemic in men by outwitting natural defenses

Preventive Health, Women's Health, Dental, Men's Health

Five years ago, when actor Michael Douglas candidly revealed that his throat cancer was linked to having oral sex, two things happened....

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Poor sleep is driving childhood obesity crisis: Too little sleep causes them to eat more and disrupts metabolism

Pediatric Sleep Issues, Preventive Health, Sleep

Pediatricians warn sleep is the ignored culprit driving childhood obesity, as a new study shows a direct link between shut-eye and weight gain....

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Health experts support sugar tax as Coalition calls for 'personal responsibility'

Preventive Health

Peak health bodies and public health experts have supported calls from the Australian Medical Association to introduce a sugar tax, despite fierce opposition from food and drink industry representatives and politicians....

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Good sleep essential to improving chance of becoming pregnant, study finds

Preventive Health, Sleep, Pregnancy

Good quality sleep is essential to improving a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant, a new study suggests....

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Custom-made mouthguards reduce athletes' risk of concussion, study shows

August 28, 2017 Science Daily

Preventive Health, Adolescent Sports, Mouthguards, Concussions

High school football players wearing store-bought, over-the-counter (OTC) mouthguards were more than twice as likely to suffer mild traumatic brain injures (MTBI)/concussions than those wearing custom-made, properly fitted mouthguards, ...

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