Study finds that mouthwashes are effective in treating bad breath
Half of all Americans complain of suffering from halitosis, also known as bad breath. There are many causes of bad breath, according to the American Dental Association. Some foods (garlic and onion, for example) contribute to the reprehensible mouth odor. People who do diets also develop unpleasant breaths from infrequent food.
Tobacco products and some diseases such as local respiratory tract infections, chronic sinusitis and bronchitis, post-nasal drip, diabetes can also cause bad breath. , gastrointestinal disorders, or liver or kidney problems.
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The Santa Marcelina Hospital, located in the East Zone of São Paulo, has some interdicted departments . The blocking of activities was done by the Sanitary Surveillance, on November 30th. According to the hospital's press office, the emergency room, the ICU and chemotherapy are banned. The decision was made because of the on-site stocking.
According to a study published in the Journal of Dental Research, researchers at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine found that dental consultations can identify individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes who are unaware of their condition. researchers recruited 601 patients who visit a dental clinic in Northern Manhattan, United States, whose age ranges from 40 years of age or older (among non-Hispanic whites) to 30 years of age or older (Hispanic or non-white).
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