Ask Tufts Experts: Dental Probiotics; Decaffeinated Black Tea; Calcium-Fortified Foods

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Q: A probiotic supplement claimed it supports the health of teeth and gums. Do these really help?
A: Carole Palmer, EdD, RD, a professor at Tufts’ University School of Dental Medicine

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