Whiplash-type cervical trauma can cause mandibular pain
A study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association showed that one in three people exposed to whiplash-like cervical trauma are at risk of developing posterior TMJ symptoms
Researchers at the University of Umeå, Sweden, studied temporomandibular joint pain and dysfunction, in the short and medium term, in 59 hospital emergency patients immediately after being involved in rear-end collisions of cars. And they were reevaluated after one year.
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Prevent cancer: take 8 habit changes to ward off disease risk
According to the oncologist Riad Younes, professor and director of the Specialized Oncology Center of the German Hospital Oswaldo Cruz, the cases of cancer increase with the passage of time, especially among the elderly population. This is because they have long been exposed to environmental risk factors, which favor the emergence of mutations in normal cells, turning them into cancer cells.
Bad breath may not be your fault
Brushing teeth and flossing unsatisfactorily, eating garlic-containing foods and using tobacco are cited as causes of bad breath, but Japanese researchers say that in some cases, Scientists have studied the bacteria present in the saliva of 240 patients who complained of bad breath and found four types of bacterial community compositions.
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