Give Kids A Smile Program is scheduled for the whole year. For more information about Give Kids A Smile programs taking place in your area, you may call 844.490.GKAS (4527). It provides free service for children who do not have access to dental care.
Caring for one’s teeth can be done in many ways with brushing them perhaps the most basic one. It is common practice to do such after eating and traditional for people who start and end the day.
Sleeping with dentures can double the risk of pneumonia, according to a new study on seniors.
Blues and bad teeth could explain why more than half of seniors to visit the emergency departments are either malnourished or at risk for malnutrition.
In a survey held recently in Toronto, researchers found that less than one percent of healthy urban children had received dental care by the recommended age of 12 months. Less than two percent of them had seen a dentist by age of 24 months.
Researchers reported that cancer survivors over the age of 65 living in rural areas are more likely to skip medical treatment and dental care due to costs.
The patent consists of a toothbrush that would slowly release chemicals into a person's mouth.
Drinking fruit juices can put kids’ teeth at risk for acids and sugars, which can harm their teeth.
Thousands of people in Oklahoma may have been infected with HIV and hepatitis after health officials discovered evidence that a dentist in Tulsa was not properly sterilizing the tools and equipment he used on his patients, despite knowing that several of them carried the viruses.
It's generally considered that tea is a healthy beverage to drink. It is but, like all things, is only healthy in moderation.
Today is National Tooth Fairy Day!
Dog lovers and owners know how irresistible it becomes to kiss your sweet loyal friend at home, who already seems like a part of the family. Owners mostly become very affectionate with their dogs mentally, as well as physically...But a news study suggests that getting to close to your canine may affect your health.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.