High Blood Pressure Means You Have to Take Better Care of Oral Health

We know that oral health is closely linked to our overall health, and that oral health problems can lead to serious consequences. Sometimes, poor oral health can cause fatal complications. The risk of some serious complications can be worse if you have high blood pressure (hypertension).  For example, you might be at higher risk [...]

What Your Friends Need to Know About Oral Health

Not everyone grows up with parents who teach good oral hygiene habits or who take their children to the dentist regularly. As a friend, you serve the responsibility of teaching your friends what they might not know about their oral health. Here are a few things your friends need to know about oral health [...]

Don’t Forget That Oral Health Is Heart Health

February is American Heart Month, with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Heart Association (AHA), encouraging all Americans to focus on ensuring they are taking good care of their heart health. This month, it’s vital to remember that your oral health is closely linked to your heart health, and that no [...]

Cranberries: the Oral Health Superfood in Your Thanksgiving Dinner

There are many delicious traditional foods associated with Thanksgiving. The turkey, the mashed potatoes, the dressing. Depending on your preferences, you may look forward to some and pass on others. But there's one that you definitely shouldn't avoid: cranberry sauce. Enjoy cranberries at Thanksgiving and all year round because of their ability to combat [...]

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