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6 Tooth Care Tips to Keep Your Kids in School with Healthy Smiles

According to a report by the Surgeon General, more than 51 million school hours are lost each year to dental-related illness. We don’t want our kids to miss even one day of fun and learning because they have a dental … Continue reading

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From the Goodness of the Tooth: Could Your Mouth Put You at Risk for Heart Disease?

February could be called the month of the heart. Last week, because of Valentine’s Day, you may have seen heart-shaped balloons in your office, or received heart-shaped candy boxes from your special someone. Plus, February kicked off with Women’s Heart … Continue reading

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Employees Want Better Insurance, According to Survey

Employees want better insurance benefit options (health, dental and vision), according to a recent study by the marketing agency Fractl. The study asked 2,000 U.S. workers, ranging in age from 18 to 81, what benefits they’d consider most when deciding between a … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday Recipe: Guaca-Bowl-e Nachos Stadium

Looking for a healthy snack to munch on during the big game? This Guaca-Bowl-e Nachos Stadium Recipe will be the life of party.       Ingredients 8 ripe fresh avocados, peeled and pitted 1/2 cup lime juice 1/2 cup … Continue reading

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The Risks that Poor Oral Health Might Share with Open Angle Glaucoma

Poor oral health reaches far beyond the mouth. We’ve written about how it can make it harder for a person with diabetes to control their blood sugar. It can also cause respiratory infections and contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. … Continue reading

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Americans Want to See Their Dentist More, Survey Finds

Americans want to see their dentist more. At least that’s according to this recent survey, the Adult Oral Health Survey, which sampled 1,025 Americans 18 years and older. The results found 41 percent of Americans don’t visit the dentist as … Continue reading

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Eye on Glaucoma: Have You Lost Sight to the Disease?

For many, a glaucoma diagnosis represents the end of one chapter of life and the start of a new journey. It could mean the end of simple pleasures, like watching 3D movies or applying makeup. It could be a severe … Continue reading

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