All Oral Health News articles

May 2012

By - Bad Breath Expert
Why do antidepressants cause cotton mouth, bad breath?

May 25, 2012 -

Dry mouth and halitosis can be depressing, which is a little paradoxical, if you think about it.

Post-nasal drip plus cough plus dry mouth equals bad breath

May 24, 2012 -

If you're suffering from the first and the second, chances are you've got the third.

Multivitamins don't prevent canker sores, bad breath

May 23, 2012 -

Though vitamin insufficiency can cause canker sores, taking a supplement still doesn't prevent them.

Fissured tongue, dry mouth lead to bad, bad breath

May 22, 2012 -

In this case, "groovy" is a bad thing...

The history of periodontal disease runs deep

May 21, 2012 -

Periodontal disease is not a new topic of scientific inquiry. Neither is bad breath, for that matter.

Tuna fish causes halitosis, and then some

May 18, 2012 -

Tuna's got some weird and wild odor compounds in it, which is why it causes halitosis.

Allergy month highlights the horrors of post-nasal drip, halitosis

May 17, 2012 -

Oh dear. It's the month for acknowledging allergies, oral odor and ah...achoo!

Scientists put dry mouth under the magnifying glass

May 16, 2012 -

Say "ahhhh" - it's for science.

Stress causes canker sores, bad breath

May 15, 2012 -

We all know that bad breath can cause stress. But, unfortunately, the opposite is also true.

What causes peanut breath? Can oral care probiotics get rid of it?

May 14, 2012 -

Help! I can't get rid of my peanut breath!

Kombucha: A stinky drink that causes halitosis, requires whitening toothpaste

May 14, 2012 -

If you've never had a sip of kombucha before, then prepare yourself - with a clothespin for your nose and whitening toothpaste for your breath.

From antiquity to today, the authorities on bad breath were rarely shy about it

May 9, 2012 -

The history of bad breath is long (and weird) indeed.

Candy for bad breath? That's sweet, but no thank you

May 2, 2012 -

It might sound like a delicious idea, but eating candy to sweeten your breath isn't that good an option.

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