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Lack of Sleep Affects Your Oral Health, Too (plus 10 Ways to Get More – and Better – Sleep)

Lack of Sleep Affects Your Oral Health, Too (plus 10 Ways to Get More – and Better – Sleep)

Lately, it seems there's been a lot more news than usual about the science of sleep and how a chronic lack of sleep can damage your health. How it can raise your risk of heart attack and stroke. How it impairs your decision-making ability. How it may contribute to...

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Some Harrowing Hygiene Habits

Some Harrowing Hygiene Habits

A recent headline from a British tabloid: The horror! Actually, toothpaste really isn’t all that necessary. A soft bristled brush is. And your arm power. But that’s about it. In fact, some research has suggested that brushing without toothpaste may be more...

How Much Sugar Is OK? Not Much.

How Much Sugar Is OK? Not Much.

Most every adult in the US – 92%, to be exact – have experienced cavities. What’s to be done about it? Quite a bit, actually. Such a high rate of decay is unnatural, and we know the culprit: added sugars. Every time you eat hyper-processed food or sip a soft drink,...

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