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White Spots on Teeth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm 1 Comment Hi Dr. Ellie, Thank you very much for your professional explanations, described in your email. Reading continuously in details yourwebsiteI found that one possible cause of the white spots can be dry mouth (as result of the PH etc etc). For your further information my daughter between the age 2-6 years old often had problem with ear ... Read on »
What to Eat For Healthy Fingernails by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:37pm 1 Comment Are you ready to show your finger - and toenails for summer or will you cover them with nail polish? There are a variety of different problems that can affect finger - and toenails. Sometimes the change in nails can be health related and most commonly nutritional deficiencies. Health problems including heart disease, respira ... Read on »
The Eat What I Want Weekend Experiment by healthyhappywhole Health Maven Posted Fri 09 Sep 2011 10:01am Tessa has done a fabulous job reviewing the book Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch…so good in fact, I downloaded it on my Kindle over the summer but was currently reading another novel, so put it on the back burner. If you have seen any of the footage of the northeast, specifically central PA, you will know that many of ... Read on »
Safe & Sound by Jenna .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 05 Jul 2009 9:33pm Hi friends! Wow, talk about a LONG day!!! I am very thankful to be home and in my jammies, bout to get tucked into my big soft bed. The post-wedding brunch this morning was lovely. Katie and Matt had it catered by this wonderful little Italian deli and there was a great spread of Italian meats, gourmet cheese, olives, veggies and fr ... Read on »
WIAW 88: A Week of Eats by Living-Learning-Eating Posted Wed 01 May 2013 6:00am Happy May 1! In Germany , it's Labor Day. But I don't have the day off, since I live in Boston . :P This WIAW, the first of the new month (and the month in which summer break starts - I'm done as of the 19!) comes to you courtesy of Diet to Go . Diet to Go is a meal delivery service that, despite the name, isn't just for dieters. ... Read on »
White Spots on Teeth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm Dr. Ellie, I am 30 and am starting to see white spots and streaks on my teeth. I have tried the internet and I can't find anything on this happening as an adult. I started seeing them about a year ago. Is this dental fluorosis? What would cause it to show up now? Thank you, LC Hi LC, White spots on teeth occur when the surfac ... Read on »
White Spots on Teeth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:09pm Dear Dr. Ellie I am mother of a 9 year old daughter and 4 year old son. I am very upset about my daughter because she has white spots in her two new teeth (in front of the mouth). Searching in the internet to get the possible solution I found yourwebsiteand I think your comments and support will be very helpful for me. My daughter ... Read on »
Health Tips for November 19 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 11:03pm Health Tip: Maintain a Healthy Weight Maintaining the pounds you've lost through diet and exercise involves watching what you eat, and how much. The Cleveland Clinic offers these suggestions: Plan on four or more daily servings of whole grains -- including whole wheat breads, pastas, crackers and cereals. Servings should be spread th ... Read on »
Weird White Spots by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Feb 2011 12:50pm As I mentioned in another post, I had noticed some wired, confetti-like white spots on my face. I don't know where they came from or what they are from. I kind of stopped noticing them. Once you live with something for a certain period of simply just stop noticing it. Also, the lighting in my bathroom isn't the greatest. Ei ... Read on »
White Spots by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 24 May 2009 11:31pm 2 Comments Dear Dr. Ellie: Thanks for your reply. I just went to my health food store & bought some granular xylitol. I am 'eating' 2 teaspoons a day for 8 grams. I try to spread them out as much as I can, but sometimes during the week [like at school] it's hard for me to get any during the day. So then I'll just eat the 2 teaspoons at night. Do you think ... Read on »