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The price paid for higher energy is highly dangerous to teeth
For more than 10 years, energy drinks in the United States have been on the rise, promising consumers more "oomph" in their day. View News Article (2008-03-13)


Cool plasma packs heat against biofilms
Though it looks like a tiny purple blowtorch, a pencil-sized plume of plasma on the tip of a small probe remains at room temperature as it swiftly dismantles tough bacterial colonies deep inside a human tooth. View News Article (2009-06-11)


Genetic markers for testosterone and estrogen level regulation identified
A research study led by the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Exeter, and Boston University School of Medicine, in collaboration with a global consortium, has identified genetic markers that influence a protein involved in regulating oestrogen and testosterone levels in the bloodstream.  View News Article (2012-07-23)


UK study into whether physical activity aids depression finds no additional benefit
Current clinical guidance recommends physical activity to alleviate the symptoms of depression.  View News Article (2012-06-18)


Drinking Tap Water May Help You Avoid Dentist's Drill
Tooth decay affects children in the United States more than any other chronic infectious disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). View News Article (2010-04-14)


March Issue of JADA Explores Saliva
A University of Kentucky research study featured on the cover of the March issue of the Journal of American Dental Association could help change the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease. View News Article (2006-04-07)


Stem cell therapy could offer new hope for defects and injuries to head, mouth
In the first human study of its kind, researchers found that using stem cells to re-grow craniofacial tissues-mainly bone-proved quicker, more effective and less invasive than traditional bone regeneration treatments.  View News Article (2012-07-31)


Study confirms how the body regulates high levels of CO2 in the blood
In a recently published study in the journal Experimental Physiology, Brazilian researchers have confirmed the importance of a specific group of neurons found in a region of the brain known as the retrotrapezoid nucleus (RTN) in detecting changes in carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and in modulating the activity of the neuronal groups that control respiratory activity. View News Article (2014-06-12)


Drink brewed tea to avoid tooth erosion
Today, the average size soft drink is 20 ounces and contains 17 teaspoons of sugar. More startling is that some citric acids found in fruit drinks are more erosive than hydrochloric or sulfuric acid-which is also known as battery acid. View News Article (2008-11-26)


Preventing tooth decay in the youngest American Indians
A study conducted in four American Indian communities in the Pacific Northwest presents an effective strategy to convince mothers to switch young children from drinking sweetened soda to water and shows that eliminating these sugary drinks from the diets of the youngest members of the tribe significantly decreased tooth decay. View News Article (2011-01-24)

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