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Oral health of athletes can affect performance

Oral health of athletes can affect performance

According to the statement published online on September 28, athletes' diet and intense training may increase the risk of developing oral problems. To maintain performance, athletes often resort to carbohydrate-rich diets, as well as sugar-rich energy drinks, which may contribute to the development of caries and acid erosion of the teeth.

All such problems can be avoided by using of mouth guards, says the American Dental Association. A mouth guard should be an essential part of sports practice. For more information, visit the ADA Consumer Web site, MouthHealthy.org. The ADA offers an educational patient brochure, Sports Safety, which helps dentists integrate children and parents into the face protection program.

A survey of College London at the 2012 London Olympics found that 18% of athletes said their oral health had a negative impact on their performance and 46.5% had not gone to the dentist last year.


Excessive consumption of energy causes hepatitis in men

Excessive consumption of energy causes hepatitis in men

A previously healthy 50-year-old American was diagnosed with acute hepatitis probably caused by excessive consumption of energy drinks. At first, the man thought he had a flu, but the symptoms were getting worse and he decided to seek medical attention. The patient works with buildings and to endure the long hours of service started to consume a lot of energy drink.

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Arthroscopy: surgery is indicated to treat joint injuries

Arthroscopy: surgery is indicated to treat joint injuries

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that allows you to look into a joint in your body using a device called an arthroscope. This equipment is a rod about the size of a straw with a camera on the tip. Arthroscopy allows the doctor to look directly at structures within the joint, such as the ligaments (tissue that binds one bone to another), cartilage (smooth tissue that covers the ends of bones in joints), and other structures.

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