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ROSLYN HEIGHTS, N.Y., Sept. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ortek Therapeutics, Inc. announced today that Shannon M.
Harvard team lays the foundation for using bacterial biofilms for production of new self-healing materials and bioprocessing technologies.
TM Prosthodontics, a dental office in Miami, announces the ideal Preventative Treatment for Gum Disease. Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 13, 2014 Dentists stress
Plaque on the teeth of ancient skeletons dating back 1,000 years have been found to have a wealth of preserved bacteria and microscopic particles of food. An international team of researchers behind the project say this discovery is a “microbial Pompeii” of preservation.
People who eat too many snacks run the risk of gingivitis (gum disease), warn oral health experts from Eludril and Elgydium.
Every civilization leaves clues in artifacts that can tell of how a civilization once lived, thrived, and even became extinct. Now scientists are taking a closer look into a few archeological finds to look at how diseases once thrived and evolved.
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Researchers in Sweden recently announced that an increased amount of dental plaque has been found to affect the risk of premature cancer death.
Taxing sugar to make sweets and other unhealthy food more expensive would not prevent gum disease, warn the makers of Eludril mouthwash and Elgydium toothpaste.
- An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.