Inflammation and Heart Disease

…levels than those with healthy gums. They also have greater risk of heart attack and stroke. Brush and floss regularly and consider investing in a toothbrush that uses high-frequency vibrations such as Sonicare. Finally, think about adding natural anti-inflammatory supplements to your daily regimen.…

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Tips to Banish Bad Breath

…You should, because tongues are particularly susceptible to bacteria that cause bad breath. Of course, you can clean your tongue with your toothbrush, but I also recommend you consider tongue scraping, which has long been a routine hygiene practice in many cultures, especially in Africa, India,…

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Snoring: Mere Nuisance or Real Health Problem?

…slept without my CPAP machine only once—when I accidentally left it at home while traveling. I may occasionally forget to pack my toothbrush, but I never forget my CPAP because I am acutely aware of the tremendous benefits imparted by a good night’s sleep. Automatic and continuous…

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