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NEWS'Big sugar' hides data about tooth decay

March 12th 2015 in Diabetes

We're often told what big business and vested interests want us to hear (which is why alternative vo...

NEWSBad gums could be the tell-tale sign of a heart attack

January 15th 2015

People with bad gum disease are more likely to suffer a severe,and possibly fatal, heart attack

NEWSStop giving children routine dental x-rays, says new campaign

September 23rd 2014

Children shouldn't be given routine dental x-rays

NEWSGum disease aggravates IBS

July 15th 2014 in Diseases

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers should check thehealth of their teeth

NEWSCheck your mouth to discover your chances of heart disease

April 16th 2014

What are your chances of developing heart disease?

NEWSMercury from fish and dental fillings increases diabetes risk

April 8th 2013 in Diabetes

High levels of mercury in your body-which you can get from eating fish and shellfish and from your dental fillings-dramatically increase the risk of diabetes

NEWSVitamin D deficiency causes tooth decay

November 28th 2012 in Diabetes

The 'safe sun' policy has made most of us deficient in vitamin D, which has increased our risk of de...

NEWSAmalgam fillings face ban across Europe

September 3rd 2012 in Diseases

Amalgam dental fillings - which contain mercury - are expected to be phased out across Europe in the next fe...

NEWSDental x-rays triple risk of brain tumours

April 11th 2012

If your dentist asks you to have a routine x-ray, politely decline - and if that doesn't do it, run

NEWSLocal councils could face prosecution for adding fluoride to water supply

September 6th 2011

Local authorities around the UK could face criminal prosecution if they fluoridate their water suppl...


FEATUREIBS, Candida and Mercury

June 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 3) in Drugs, Environment

If you are plagued by an irritable bowel, or bouts of Candida or parasite infection, look no further...

FEATUREGum disease

March 2014 (Vol. 24 Issue 12)

QI've heard that certain supplements may be helpful for gum disease

FEATUREThe best diet to keep your bones strong

September 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 6)

It's time to put to rest the notion that eating lots ofprotein makes bones weaker

FEATURECuring the incurables

June 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 3) in Drugs

The cause of young Henry's MS was a mystery, until he got thirstyWhen Henry Jackson was brought by h...

FEATURE13 steps to healthy teeth and a healthy you

April 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 1) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Environment

A baker's dozen of things you probably didn't know about why your gums go bad and how to keep them i...

FEATURESorting out chemical overload

January 2013 (Vol. 23 Issue 10) in Diseases, Drugs

Toxicchemicals are the plague of modern times and the source of much

FEATUREMercury falling

November 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 8) in Diseases, Environment

It'sfinally looking like the beginning of the end for amalgam dental fillings asthe EU looks set to impose a Europe-wide ban

FEATUREFluoride: the dumbing-down effect

November 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 8) in Drugs

Fluoride added to drinking water ispoisonous to the brains of growing children and the greater the e...

FEATURETransparent dangers

July 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 4)

Even a once-a-year bitewing dental X-ray can increase the risk of brain and thyroid cancer, research showsFor years, dentists ha...

FEATUREGum disease getting to the teeth of the matter

November 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 8) in Diabetes, Diseases, Heart Health

Gum disease, apart from being unattractive and uncomfortable, is a major risk factor for stroke, acc...

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