Brushing and flossing are important, but so is what you eat. An experts explains which foods should be on your ‘must’ list.
Micro-organisms like bacteria, germs, fungi and viruses can find themselves at home in your toothbrush. How to keep it clean.
Ongoing studies reveal surprising correlations between lack of flossing and some serious health issues.
Micro-organisms like bacteria, germs, fungi and even viruses can find themselves at home in your toothbrush. A dentist offers tips to keep it clean.
The federal government dropped the recommendation in its latest guidelines, claiming the benefits of flossing have never been proven. Some experts insist that shouldn’t stop you.
The delicious alternative to regular water can be low in calories and sugar-free, but carbonic acid contained within may be harmful for your health.
Experts caution that the popular beverages – originally intended for adult endurance athletes – pose risks when overconsumed by kids.