Kanghua Ren, known online as ReSet, was sentenced Friday in Barcelona after filming himself offering a homeless man an Oreo cookie filled with toothpaste.
This time his clues include teeth whitening stripes and three red-letter Ks.
Solid shampoos, conditioners and toothpaste = no more suitcase spills.
Today, pain relievers can quickly rid us of our aches, but it wasn’t always that way. It wasn’t until modern scientists really understood the science of pain that they could treat it effectively. Now they know how to target pain at a cellular level, which can deliver comfort at a super high speed. Check out the video above, created in partnership with Sensodyne® Rapid Relief toothpaste, to see exactly how pain relievers are delivering quick relief.
Gone are the days of waiting to do the things we love or need. In fact, thanks to modern-day technology, the idea of waiting is almost a thing of the past. In our modern world, things like same-day delivery and instant downloads are the new normal. Check out the video above, created in partnership with Sensodyne® Rapid Relief toothpaste, to be reminded of just how far we've come in the age of speed.
The myths and facts of tooth sensitivity, explained.
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Everyone I know in the dental profession shares my concern for the risks of this ingredient.
Small catch: You need a hydraulic press.
Ever since the all-important question of how long travel-sized shampoo lasts was answered, I've been wondering about the life expectancy of other travel-size items. Like... how long should a travel-size toothpaste last?
These items look pretty fancy and may seem exclusive, but everything costs just under $5 and you can buy at your local Duane
Clutching a teddy bear in one arm and a balloon in another, the little boy with a deep scar under his eye looked up and asked in Arabic, very gently... almost a whisper: "Khala (aunt) Rym. Can I have toothpaste for my sisters and I?"
Even if you haven't ever been to Vermont, you've got some Green Mountains in your mind. I know you do. There's that image of a town with candles in windows. There are those trees tapped for sugaring. And there's that swirling nighttime snow.
I mean, we've all done it.
JOE KRAVITZ is a Washington, D.C.-area dentist and the author of Dirty Mouth, a book about how food choices affect dental