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August 2010

By - Bad Breath Expert
Food choices at work can jeopardize careers

August 21, 2010 - Many of us find it difficult to make it through the work day. Answering mountains of emails, listening to your boss's lame jokes and sitting for long hours behind your computer may leave you looking for ways to help you get through the day. However, many of the things people turn to for assistance can lead to bad breath.

End of summer barbecues pose bad breath hazard

August 21, 2010 - With the end of summer fast approaching, backyard chefs across the country are beginning to prepare for the season's last barbecue. Grills are being refilled with charcoal or propane, chicken is marinating in the fridge and corn is being prepared to be shucked. However, in all of these preparations, few are ready to handle the inevitable bad breath that will follow.

Air travel troubles are compounded by bad breath

August 20, 2010 - While there may be many headaches associated with air travel - the early check-in times, the long waits and of course the inevitable delays - perhaps the worst situation that could possibly arise is being stuck next to a passenger with bad breath.

Daters face rejection over bad breath

August 18, 2010 - The situation is as old as dating itself. Two people go out and have a lovely time together. There is clearly some chemistry between the two. However, when it comes time for a good-night kiss, one of the daters is left on their doorstep wondering why they were denied the opportunity to lock lips.

Close-talking is made worse by bad breath

August 13, 2010 - We've all met them at one time or another. They're the close-talker. No matter how hard we try to back away and create some personal space, they just step forward to fill it. While this behavior creates extremely uncomfortable social situations, it is made even worse if the offender has bad breath.

Know your enemy: The causes of bad breath

August 11, 2010 - Maybe you are about to head out on a date, or perhaps it is an important job interview. Regardless of whether the situation is personal or professional, you are going to want to have fresh breath. For many people, there are few things worse than interacting with some someone who has halitosis.

Hall of Famer sought bad breath on game days

August 11, 2010 - Football players are an uncommon breed. Where most of us would shy away from physical altercations, they run toward them. When physical exhaustion would send an average athlete to the sideline, they push on. While the majority of Americans take all the precautions they can to avoid bad breath, some football players seek it.

Famed produce Mitch Miller got musical start thanks to bad breath

August 7, 2010 - It's not every day that someone is spurred to greatness by bad breath. But that is exactly what got acclaimed producer Mitch Miller started on his path to musical success.

Inform your friends of their bad breath

August 7, 2010 - While the rules of etiquette may dictate handling issues of other people's hygiene delicately, the situation may be different when it comes to bad breath. If someone you know chronically suffers from bad breath, you may be doing them a favor if you bluntly alert them to the situation.

Celebrities continue smoking despite risk of bad breath

August 6, 2010 - Despite the fact that smoking is known to cause terrible halitosis, many celebrities continue to pick up the habit, tarnishing their image and their breath. Smoking may cause many health complications, but stars in image-obsessed Hollywood may find the bad breath caused by tobacco to be the most harmful to their careers.

People spend too much on ineffective breath freshening products

August 3, 2010 - For many people, mints and gum act as an invaluable cure for bad breath. They turn to these products following a lunch of rich foods or in preparation for a big date to make sure that their breath is up to par.

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