It is man against woman in oral health
It seems that having two X chromosomes can generate better oral health. Women are more proactive than men in maintaining their teeth and gums, according to new research published in the April 9th issue of the Journal of Periodontology. Women are practically twice as likely to have regular dental check-ups last year, scheduled the recommended treatment after these checkups and have better indicators of periodontal health, including lower incidence of dental plaque, calculus and bleeding during probing, factors those that can be used as markers of periodontal disease. Women also have a better understanding of what good oral health entails along with a more positive attitude towards consulting the dentist, the study says. Colgate site.
All care is little when it comes to our health and well-being. Earlier this week singer Lady Gaga, 31, shared on Twitter that she has been struggling with a chronic pain problem related to a condition in the hips, this condition is called fibromyalgia. However, a recent news caught everyone by surprise .
Being a sleepy woman has never been so good. In a recent study by the Max Planck Institute in Munich, Germany, an analysis of the sleep pattern of 160 adults was developed, specifically considering how this factor would alter the participants' intellectual capacity. With the data collected, the researchers were able to find a constant among women: brain activity was greatest when they entered a dreamless phase of sleep.