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Eating the Right Foods Can Boost Your Efforts to Prevent Dental Disease

You're more apt to lose teeth because of periodontal (gum) disease and tooth decay than any other cause. But neither of these bacterial diseases have to happen: You can Read More

Be Sure Your Child has Access to Dental-Friendly Snacks at School

While you do all you can to provide your child healthy meals and snacks at home, they still face tempting choices for unhealthy fare when they’re away. Unfortunately, their Read More

Fast Food Chains Take One Small Step for Kids' Teeth

Eaten in a fast food restaurant lately? If so, maybe you’ve noticed some changes in the big, colorful signs behind the counters. Many have begun promoting a few “healthier” Read More

Use These Techniques to Enjoy Healthy Foods Even with a Jaw Joint Disorder

We don’t often think about it, but eating is a multi-staged process. It starts, of course, with food that’s hopefully high in nutritional value. But you also need coordinated Read More

Think Water First for Summer Thirst

It’s easy to work up a thirst in the summer. You might be shooting hoops in the park, riding on a trail or playing volleyball on the beach. No Read More

4 Diet Changes You Should Make for Better Oral Health

One of the most popular subjects in books, magazines and social media is food — the things we should or should not eat (or at least not too much). Read More

Worried about Your Child's School Snack Choices? Here's What You Can Do

If you’re committed to providing your family nutritional, low-sugar snacks, you’re not only helping their physical well-being but their dental health too. If you have school-age children, though, you Read More

A Healthy Diet Could Lower Your Risk of Oral Cancer

Good nutrition is vital for maintaining health and preventing disease, especially for your mouth. A diet rich in whole foods — fresh fruits and vegetables, protein and dairy products Read More

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