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According to several articles published recently and notably in the Huffington Post, the toothbrush you are using is probably riddled with fecal matter. Whats the problem with this? The problem is having the fecal matter of other people of your toothbrush, especially if you share a bathroom. The bacteria may affect you because it is not part of your normal flora of bacteria. What do you do to prevent disease from occurring? Remember to change your toothbrush once every three (3) months, do not share any toothbrushes, and also thoroughly rinse your toothbrush after use.

Read mroe at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/03/toothbrush-poop_n_7506456.html

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Do you know when the first toothbrush was invented?

An article found on the Library of Congress site shows that the toothbrushes were invented and mass produced in 1938. There was no one person which was credited in the founding of the toothbrush.

Although toothbrushes were invented in 1938, the earliest known toothbrush goes back to 3000 BC. At this time, the ancient civilization’s used brushes called “chew sticks”. The “chew sticks” were made of thin twigs with frayed ends. Looks like dental home care was important then too.

Read more at: http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/tooth.html

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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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