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Jennie Garth’s tips to keep kids’ teeth healthy

Jennie Garth’s tips to keep kids’ teeth healthy | dental entertainment | Scoop.it
Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease affecting U.S. children and can lead to a number of other diseases.

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A Guide to Apps For Dental Health | iPad Apps Reviewer

A Guide to Apps For Dental Health | iPad Apps Reviewer | dental entertainment | Scoop.it
An interesting category of apps is the one dedicated to oral health. Do you remember being young and getting all that good dental care advice from school, showing how to brush and for how long?

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The Healthcare Blue Book Tells You How Much Medical and Dental Treatments Should Cost

The Healthcare Blue Book Tells You How Much Medical and Dental Treatments Should Cost | dental entertainment | Scoop.it
Web/iOS/Android: The Healthcare Blue Book is a free guide that reveals fair prices for healthcare services, so you don't end up overpaying (even when using quality healthcare providers).
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Bluetooth-equipped toothbrush monitors your dental health with an app

Bluetooth-equipped toothbrush monitors your dental health with an app | dental entertainment | Scoop.it
If you're a parent , chances are you try to stand guard whenever your kids brush their teeth to make sure they don't skimp on brushing time.

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Neanderthal dental tartar reveals evidence of medicine

Neanderthal dental tartar reveals evidence of medicine | dental entertainment | Scoop.it

The tartar on Neanderthal teeth has a tale to tell. The chemicals and food fragments it contains reveal that our close relations huddled around fires to cook and consume plants – including some with medicinal properties. The find is the earliest direct evidence of self-medication in prehistory.Despite their reputed taste for flesh, we now know that at least some Neanderthals enjoyed a more varied diet. The latest evidence comes from an analysis of 50,000-year-old Neanderthal teeth from the El Sidrón site in northern Spain.


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LeAnn Rimes Cancels Shows to Undergo Dental Surgery

LeAnn Rimes Cancels Shows to Undergo Dental Surgery | dental entertainment | Scoop.it

Nothing is worse than intense mouth pain — but we imagine that a sore tooth is even more painful when you’re on stage singing your heart out. And it looks like LeAnn Rimes agrees with us!

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