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Electronic cigarettes aren’t quite the safe option everyone thinks. They cause the same amount of damage to our teeth and gums as conventional cigarettes, and the vapour from e-cigarettes kills up to 50 per cent of cells in the mouth that are our first line of defence, two new studies have found.
We've all heard about the superfoods-but which are the ones you really can't do without? There are nine 'superseeds' and fruits that should be included in your daily diet, says the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)
Here's one simple way you can reduce your risk of developing heart disease - brush your teeth twice a day
There's further evidence this week that our oral health can affect our entire body - and also, it seems, that of the unborn child
The latest shocking evidence-which waited five years before a scientific journal would publish it-shows that boys under 20 who drink fluoridated water increase their risk of developing osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, by five times