Archive for November, 2014

Before you kiss that special someone, do you ever wonder what you are transferring back and forth in your saliva? According to an article published in the Boston Metro, couples who kiss more often, transfer up to 80 million bacteria to each other. Couples tend to share the same bacterial germs (same type of bacteria). Check out the article: http://www.metro.us/lifestyle/this-week-in-health-kissing-transfers-80-million-bacteria/zsJnku—KvoTsUeAVlbtY/


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Ever wonder what you could do to prolong your life? A new www.time.com article states flossing every day can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and gum (periodontal) disease. The American Dental Association recommended flossing at least once a day. Make sure you have made an appointment to see your regular dentist for a check up.

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A new study, to be published in January 2015, describes how the saliva may be used for testing instead of blood. No more pricks or blood drawing? We would all love that! Using the saliva, the scientist can test for conditions such as Cancer and Type 2 Diabetes. Read more on Fox News. We are excited to hear about all of the advances in Dentistry.

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