MOST of us are told from a young age to brush our teeth twice a day. This simple act is vital when it comes to keeping our teeth clean and healthy, and to prevent potential decay. However, it could have another benefit – one which you might not expect.
BRUSHING your teeth twice a day is something most people are brought up to do. It’s a way to maintain oral health and keep those teeth and the mouth in question in top condition. However, new research suggests it might not be enough to ward off heart failure.
DIABETES type 2 symptoms include unexplained weight loss, fatigue, and passing more urine than normal. But, you could lower your risk of developing the high blood sugar condition by brushing your teeth more often, a dentist has revealed.
DENTIST check ups can sometimes seem a chore, but keeping your teeth and gums healthy is important, and detecting problems early can mean they’re easier to treat. While you make think you have the technique for brushing your teeth down to a T, one dentist has revealed a big mistake that many people make and […]
The NHS advises people to brush their teeth with fluoride toothpaste twice a day for about two minutes to help keep your teeth and mouth healthy. Tooth brushing stops plaque building up, and you should try to make sure you brush every surface of all your teeth. But according to one dentist, many people have […]
Despite the Brexit naysayers, many British companies are enjoying a period of significant growth and a boom in exports – including one unusual firm from Consett, County Durham
BRUSHING your teeth regularly can slash the risk of cancer by more than a quarter, according to new research. Bugs that get into the bloodstream via bleeding gums cause deadly tumours by triggering inflammation, scientists fear.
Published time: 16 Dec, 2017 13:36 Edited time: 16 Dec, 2017 13:46 Leading virtual currency bitcoin blasted to another all-time high above $ 18,400 on Saturday. Traders are continuing to defy warnings of the risks of investing in the highly volatile and speculative instrument. The cryptocurrency has gained a staggering 1,800 percent this year. This […]
Analysis of mouth bacteria showed that some types that lead to common gum problems were associated with higher risk of oesophageal cancer. Higher levels of one type of bacteria, which is linked to periodontal disease, was associated with a 21 per cent increased risk of cancer, the study found. Oesophageal cancer is the eighth most […]
BRUSHING your teeth could slash the risk of developing a type of cancer by a fifth, scientists claim. Daily Express :: Health Feed