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Cold and cough can cause flu-season halitosis
November 30, 2010 - The Science of Bad Breath
It’s cold and flu season, and, even with the availability of shots, hand sanitizer, over-the-counter preventatives and prescription remedies, many people are likely to catch a cold or influenza anyway. Unfortunately, with either illness can come an unpleasant side effect: bad breath.
Probiotic treatments may benefit individuals with gingivitis
November 11, 2010 - The Science of Bad Breath
Gingivitis is a growing problem among many Americans. In its early stages, the condition causes bad breath and discomfort. If left untreated, it can progress, increasing the risk of tooth loss as well as bone and joint damage.
Experts call for oral health to made a higher priority
November 2, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News
Oral health is often overlooked. However, experts say that this is a mistake, as failure to take care of the mouth can lead to halitosis, cavities and gingivitis. These problems can grow even larger, as several recent studies have found that infections in the mouth can spread to other areas of the body.