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Halitosis Remedies: 14 Ways to Keep Dragon Breath at Bay

Halitosis Remedies: 14 Ways to Keep Dragon Breath at Bay

Nobody wants bad breath, and many who have it don’t know they’re afflicted—until they notice that people are standing farther and farther away when they speak. If you’ve ever suffered from halitosis, you’ll understand how embarrassing this condition can be. Some are so embarrassed they won’t even mention it to

What Causes Bad Breath? Our Answers Can Help Prevent Halitosis

What Causes Bad Breath? Our Answers Can Help Prevent Halitosis

There are few things more repugnant than dragon breath, especially when you’re dealing with a “close talker.” Even worse than being stifled by someone’s offensive mouth odor is having it yourself. If you or someone you’re close to (physically or emotionally) suffers from mouth stink, it’s time to find out

Managing and Avoiding a Bloated Belly

From elaborate brunches to elegant evening meals, the holidays are filled with opportunities to enjoy culinary creations. But, if you easily get bloated and gassy, eating at holiday gatherings may make you a little nervous.

“Since older adults tend to eat less to begin with, bloat can be dangerous in that

Fighting Disrupted Digestion

Fighting Disrupted Digestion

There are many health conditions that can affect your gastrointestinal (GI) tract and cause uncomfortable, embarrassing, and inconvenient symptoms like constipation, gas, and bloating. But what if you can’t blame a specific health condition? You and your doctor have confirmed you don’t have irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease or lactose

Gingivitis Can Be Cured at Home in Its Early Stages

Gingivitis Can Be Cured at Home in Its Early Stages

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums (gums are called “gingiva” and “itis” means inflammation). It is caused by bacteria. If you have gingivitis, your gums are likely red and swollen. They may bleed when you brush your teeth. Sometimes gums with gingivitis will be sore. Some people have gingivitis

Tongue Cancer: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Tongue Cancer: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Tongue cancer is the most common mouth cancer in the United States, responsible for around 2 percent of all cancers diagnosed. It affects men twice as often as women. The incidence varies greatly between countries, a fact that points to its link to societal habits such as chewing betel nuts

Tooth Replacement Options

Every tooth in your mouth plays an important role in speaking, chewing, and helping to maintain proper alignment of your other teeth—however, the passing years subject your teeth to decay and the wear and tear that comes with normal use. Damaging habits such as teeth grinding also take their toll.

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