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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A little known disease has been spreading throughout the country. Sporotrichosis is a mycosis caused by a naturally occurring fungus in the soil, Sporothrix. The cat is the biggest victim of the problem, which causes serious damage to the skin and can be fatal if not treated correctly. Through scratches, infected animals transmit the fungus to other cats, dogs and also their owners.
Burning sensation and constant headache are just a few signs that can indicate an earache. Ear inflammation is a very common problem, especially in children, and it usually affects people in different ways. According to Fernando Kaoru, an otolaryngologist at the São Camilo Hospital Network in São Paulo, the treatment for ear pain will depending on what is causing the pain.
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