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Sweet Tooth of the Month-Molasses Spice Cookies

Our friends at I Shot the Chef have perfected the ultimate cookie recipe. With a little help from Martha Stewart’s original recipe, this one promises to indulge your sweet tooth! […]

Dentists and Patients Alike Can Work to Minimize Dental-Related Fears

Many Americans have an aversion to visiting the dentist, though the American Dental Association emphasizes that routine dentist visits are critical for maintaining oral health. Avoiding cleanings can exacerbate already […]

Happy Valentine’s Day from

Today is a day to celebrate, and eat sweets of course; however, Valentine’s Day is no exception when it comes to taking great care of your teeth. Indulging in the […]

Link between Oral Health and Breast Cancer

A study that was conducted in the journal of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, a survey of 3, 273 subjects, found that women with chronic periodontal disease had a higher […]

Why Infant Fruit Juices May be More Unhealthy than You Thought

A recent study was conducted by the International Association for Dental Research, testing the fluoride levels of more than 90 samples of infant fruit juice. The results are enough to […]

Congressman Files Dental Damage Act of 2011

Earlier this week, it was reported that Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) filed suit against several House of Representatives’ cafeteria food operators for $150,000 after serving him a sandwich wrap containing […]

Growing Up with a Toothbrush

At what age did you start brushing and flossing without having mom watch your technique?   As most children gain their permanent teeth at age 6, parents are tasked with […]

A Year in the Life of Savings

For most of my life, I have had serious dental problems due to my Crohn’s disease and the medications I take to control it. In fact, I have mostly crowns […]

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