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Dream Interpretation : Teeth Falling Out by Denise B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:05pm 2 Comments I have a number of times, dreamt that all of my teeth fall out. It never hurts. They just fall out on their own. I tried to look it up to see what it could mean, but there are just so many different interpretations, and none of them seem to pertain to 'me'. I am not a tooth grinder, I've never had braces. One interpretation is that you could be ... Read on »
Beware of falling teeth! by Amy D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 13 Mar 2009 3:02pm Hey Gang! I owe you an update, but right now I have an interesting little story to share. My poor little girl has really been fighting the sickness going around. She recently recovered from bronchitis, and just a few days later ended up going right back to the doctor for something similar. We now have her on antibiotics, steroids, an inhale ... Read on »
Falling Furniture, the Zoo, and Some Late Night Teething by Liz Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 12:00am I had planned on posting much earlier - once the boys went to bed - but I lacked the ability to keep my eyes open long enough and slept for two hours on the couch. In my defense it has been a long day. To give Daddy a break the boys and I went out for the day - hanging with Shannon, Gina, and Baby Nate. All was good - it was a calm fun uneventfu ... Read on »
When will our children lose their milk teeth? by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm When will our children lose their milk teeth? We all have two sets of teeth, our milk teeth and our permanent teeth. Our first set are always much whiter than our second set which is why they have the name ‘milk’ teeth as they are the colour of milk. We normally have all our milk teeth by the age of three but at aro ... Read on »
Tooth Loss Dreams are in the Top Ten by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:31pm I love irony. One of my readers consistently dreams of her teeth falling out and asked me what it means. I've never dreamt about tooth loss, but I experienced it and wrote about the reality of tooth loss. While researching the question, I discovered Aisling Ireland's column, which is the most comprehensive explanation I found. So, without further ... Read on »
Fall Injuries Associated with Use of Assistive Devices by Victoria Powell Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:02pm The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System All Injury Program, supported by the Centers for Disease Control, tracks data from a representative sample of hospital emergency departments (EDs).  This dataset was recently analyzed 1 to reveal the circumstances of injurious falls and the assistive devices that were involved, yielding estimate ... Read on »
Pets cause falling injuries by PetDoc Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 9:33am According to a CNN article, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year 86,000 injuries are caused by their pets. Estimates were based on data collected from 66 emergency rooms. Judy Stevens, epidemiologist with the CDC, says: "Many of them occurred while people were walking their dog or chasing either their do ... Read on »
6 Tips To Protect Your Teeth Till You Die by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 10 Feb 2014 6:04am There are 2 things people are afraid to lose as they get old, their hair and their teeth. Loss of hair only affects your pride. However, loss of teeth has a far greater impact. You’re no longer able to enjoy your favorite meal. If a man can’t enjoy a steak, what’s the point of living? To avoid such a doomsday scenario you should avoid losin ... Read on »
The Trouble with Teeth by Kelly S. Posted Sun 05 Feb 2012 8:56am When it started happening to other kids in his class, I was amazed, but I put it off as them being the 6 year olds of the group. Surely, losing a tooth wouldn’t happen this early…would it? Apparently, it would. This is the best picture I could get…and you can still barely see it. It started in a rather bothersome way, though. ... Read on »