New booklet addresses osteoporosis medications and dental health
Dental patients who have been alarmed or confused by recent news stories about how osteoporosis medications could affect oral health now have a booklet to help them separate real facts from fiction. The American Dental Association (ADA) has collaborated with the National Osteoporosis Foundation to create the booklet "Medications for Osteoporosis and Your Dental Health," which will be available at dental offices this month.
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In April 2017, Renata Banhara was diagnosed with a serious brain infection caused by a bacterium that was lodged in the tooth and migrated to the brain. Since then, the model has been struggling to overcome these health problems. On Sunday (17), she shared two moving videos on the Instagram showing that she was in the hospital and that her battle was not over.
No one likes to feel pain. That's why painkillers are a class of medicines that are not lacking in the first aid boxes of many families. Many can be purchased without a prescription, which facilitates access to these medications. However, the FDA (the United States Food and Drug Administration, equivalent to Anvisa here in Brazil) issued an alert this week to the use indiscriminate use of this type of medicine.