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This Is What Your Teeth Can Reveal About Your Overall Health
I Have a Cadaver's Butt in My Mouth
Jorge P. Newbery is Founder and CEO of Debt Cleanse Group Lega...
Although I do not imagine that a human tissue donor anticipated that their butt would be put to good use in a tooth-grinder's mouth, I am grateful for this second chance at gum health. My wife shares my gratitude.
Nocturnal Teeth Grinding May Suggest a Sleep Disorder
Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine
The Center is the birthplace of sleep medicine and includes re...
For many years (centuries even), physicians and dentists alike have been perplexed as to the cause of this nocturnal behavior. However, we now understand that a significant cause of nocturnal bruxism is airway instability during sleep.
Huffington Post Trends and Digital Innovation editor. Writer, ...
The man looks deep into my soul and says, "Grinding is usually a sign of stress or anxiety. Your teeth are much more damaged than they should be for someone your age. Do you want to talk about it?"
Truths and Lies About Aging
Laverne H. Bardy
Author: How the (Bleep) Did I Get This Old?, Syndicated Column...
My gynecologist couldn't find my ovaries. I assured her they were there. She apparently didn't believe me, because she brought in her nurse for a second opinion.
5 Reasons Not To Ignore Pain
American blogger based in London
If, like me, you're avoidance-prone where pain is concerned, here are five reasons not to ignore the problem any longer.
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