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A British man says that energy drinks have rotten his teeth. What raises the question – it's the UK, how could one even know it? • foxnews.com

Vinnie Pyner said that he was fueling his energy drink habit with six cans a day. (SWNS) A 21-year-old former student shares photos of his rotten teeth in order to warn others against the dangers of excessive consumption of energy… Continue Reading →

One man says his reliance on energy drinks rotted his teeth and caused intense pain

Vinnie Pyner said that he was fueling his energy drink habit with six cans a day. (SWNS) 21 year old student shares photos of his rotten teeth in order to warn others about the dangers to do too much on… Continue Reading →

Children start brushing their teeth too late and use too much toothpaste

(Good Medical Health) – According to a US survey, most children use too much toothpaste, do not brush their teeth often enough, and do not start brushing their teeth that early. Parents must brush the infant's teeth when the first… Continue Reading →

According to new study, you probably hurt your teeth, according to a new study – IFLScience • iflscience.com

Unless you are a fan of bad breath and gum disease, brushing your teeth is one of the most important habits for a child. However, according to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), many children in… Continue Reading →

A rare blue pigment found in the teeth of a medieval woman rewrites history – CNN • Good Medical

Although it is difficult to spot, the researchers found patches of lapis lazuli pigment, called ultramarine, in the dental plaque of the lower jaw of a middle-aged woman. A Neanderthal fossil, left, and a modern human skeleton. Neanderthals are generally… Continue Reading →

Rare blue pigment found in the teeth of a medieval woman rewrote the story

Although it is difficult to spot, the researchers found patches of lapis lazuli pigment, called ultramarine, in the dental plaque of the lower jaw of a middle-aged woman. A Neanderthal fossil, left, and a modern human skeleton. Neanderthals are generally… Continue Reading →

Blue teeth reveal the hidden artistic career of a medieval woman – 13abc Action News • 13abc.com

WASHINGTON (Good Medical) – About 1,000 years ago, a woman in Germany died and was buried in an unidentified grave in a churchyard. No trace of her life survived and no historian had reason to wonder who she was. But… Continue Reading →

After removing the wisdom teeth, opioids must be a last resort and not a routine order.

The removal of wisdom teeth is considered by many to be a rite of passage for adolescents and young adults. This is one of the most common surgical procedures in youth ages 16 to 24 years old. Felix, Amy's 16-year-old… Continue Reading →

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