Monthly Archives: November 2016

More than Just a Piece of Thread: Choosing the Right Kind of Floss

Flossing has come under fire recently. The U.S. Department of Health excluded a recommendation of floss in its latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans updates, claiming there’s not enough evidence flossing prevents gum disease or tooth decay. We, however, believe you … Continue reading

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Keeping Focus with Diabetic Eye Disease

Living with diabetes requires a lot of medications, devices and checkups. It can be expensive. And while a lot can be done to manage it, it can do some wonky and unpredictable things. For example, a person with diabetes might … Continue reading

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Music to the Teeth: How to Play Your Best while Protecting Your Pearly Whites

Playing an instrument has plenty of benefits. It can stave off dementia. It can improve literacy in developing brains. And it fosters creativity. Music may be the language of the soul, but some instruments might not be the best on … Continue reading

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After Halloween, Turn a Brush with Death into Better Teeth Brushing

It’s the day after Halloween. At this point, you might loathe the holiday for the sugar buzz it’s given your kids. Or maybe you wonder already if you can convince your kids to reuse their costumes next Halloween. You might … Continue reading

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