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New Beginnings by Dr. Kevin Posted Sun 06 Mar 2011 12:09am The last two weeks have seen both culminations and beginnings. A week after I stepped down as chief of the department of Urology, I was called to a new position in church. I now serve as a high councilor, one of twelve men that support the Presidency of the newly formed Lincoln, California Stake. I haven't served in a calling requiring a signific ... Read on »
Sports Fans, Fish Eyes and Dental Hygiene by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 11:10am Ah, yes. Another mishmash of random yet relevant contemporary science news updates is upon us. This week’s offering includes news that engaging in sports (or even just being a fan) can improve one’s mental faculties; that though a diet rich in oily fish is supremely beneficial to your overall health, just a once-a-week fishy fix can protect your ... Read on »
Oral Hygiene, Oral Care and More on Secretions by Cheri Fraker Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 12:00am Alicia's post, though not the most pleasant of topics is a vital one. Especially for our children who are underweight, have health challenges or chronic congestion and are aversive to oral care. Did you know? -Infants that have RSV (typically developing infants)can aspirate during this illness. The research study on this shows that they re ... Read on »
Goma Dental Clinic: Goma Dental Promotes Dental Hygiene by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 20 Jan 2010 6:59am They are living longer, thanks to advances in medical and dental science and in their quest for youthfulness, they invest time, effort and money in dental care in particular, healthy foods, and are doing regular exercises. .. Read more:  Goma Dental Clinic: Goma Dental Promotes Dental Hygiene Read on »
Promoting good dental hygiene in dogs by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Apr 2013 12:00am One aspect of canine health care which new or inexperienced dog owners seem to know the least about is dental hygiene- and yet it is a crucial part of keeping your dog in tip top condition. No matter how smart your dog is, it’s never going to be able to brush its own teeth- so you are going to have ... Read on »
6 Reasons to Keep That Dental Hygiene Appt by Randall LaFrom Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Good dental and oral hygiene is important, not only for looks, but for general health as well. Poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems such as gum disease, infection, bone loss, heart disease, strokes and more. Regular check ups and cleanings can prevent these problems as well as provide you with good oral h ... Read on »
Dental Hygiene and Dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 May 2011 9:59am Poor oral health can lead to pneumonia and cardiovascular disease as well as periodontal disease, even though these illnesses are not usually associated with the mouth... Alzheimer's Reading Room Rita A. Jablonski "Poor oral health can lead to pneumonia and cardiovascular disease as well as periodontal disease, ... Read on »
Best Dental Products for Dental Hygiene by Marielaina Perrone DDS Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 7:38am Dental Hygiene is one of those things in life that takes just a small amount of time to give great benefits to our teeth and overall health. Luckily for us, there are some great dental products out there today that can aid us  in achieving the goal of good dental hygiene. It all starts with Read on »
Good dental hygiene helps keep children happier by Invisalign topdentist Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm Good dental hygiene helps keep children happier What you should know:- Children with healthy mouths are usually happier and healthier overall. Good oral health habits can decrease the risk of gum infections that can affect overall health. Pain and the risk of serious problems can be reduced when infections are treated quickly. Children ... Read on »
Dental Hygiene: A Refresher Course by Healthy-Clues .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 5:30am As a child, you may have learned about dental hygiene at your first dentist appointment. The dental hygienist probably demonstrated proper techniques on a giant set of teeth, using a larger than life toothbrush and yarn that was supposed to be floss. From that point on, you were equipped with the lifelong skills of brushing and flossing your teet ... Read on »