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October 2010

How Do You Tell Someone They Have Bad Breath?
October 29, 2010 - Fresh Breath Happenings
We all have them. That co-worker or friend that always wants to tell you a secret or talk about what he or she did this past weekend. The problem? Bad breath! The smell that makes you want to back away or plug your nose. But, of course, you can t do that. After all, you have to see this person on a daily basis and you don t want to seem mean and hurt anyone s feelings.

Halloween and Healthy Alternatives to Candy
October 26, 2010 - Fresh Breath Happenings
It s that time of year again. The weather is getting cooler, school is back in session and Halloween is just around the corner. To most children Halloween means dressing up, Trick-or-Treating and enjoying various chocolate-covered and sugar crusted goodies.

October 21, 2010 - Fresh Breath Happenings

Crisp Fruits and Vegetables Can Help Bad Breath
October 19, 2010 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Did you know that eating crisp fruits and vegetables like apples, celery, cucumbers and carrots are natural cleansers? While chewing them, you increase your mouth s saliva intake. So make sure to eat plenty of these fruits and vegetables it s not only good for your digestive health and diet, but your breath too!

John Stamos joins cast of Glee, shining a light on oral health
October 2, 2010 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Oral health isn't something that most people pay a whole lot of attention to. In the grand scheme of overall health, it is often brushed to the sidelines. However, dental issues were recently shoved to the forefront of one of America's hottest T.V. shows, as John Stamos joined the cast of Glee playing a dentist.

Stigmas interfere with individuals' desires for better oral health
October 2, 2010 - Oral Care Tips and Advice
Oral health is something that few people talk about. At best, it is considered unglamorous and not worthy of discussion; at worst it is considered taboo to talk about. However, it plays a vital role in our overall health, and should have a larger place in public dialogue.

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