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Be Kind to Your Gums: Exercise! (Yes, Really)

Be Kind to Your Gums: Exercise! (Yes, Really)

As we mentioned last week, though diet and hygiene are the foundation for good oral health, other factors have an impact, too – factors most people just don’t think about. Exercise, for instance. Now, a new study in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology offers some...

Keeping Your Gums Healthy May Lower Your Cancer Risk, Science Suggests

Keeping Your Gums Healthy May Lower Your Cancer Risk, Science Suggests

One basic premise of holistic and biological dentistry is that there’s a real and crucial relationship between the health of your mouth and the health of the rest of your body. It’s an idea rooted in what came to be known as focal infection theory. Dr. Weston Price, a...

Even Sleep Has an Impact on Your Oral Health

Even Sleep Has an Impact on Your Oral Health

Sure, diet and hygiene are the biggest drivers of oral health, but they’re hardly the only ones. There’s smoking, for instance. There’s exercise. There’s chronic stress. And then there’s sleep. One 2017 study of more than 8300 Korean adults found that those who slept...

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