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New discovery may lead to natural products for preventing dental caries
NEWS MEDICAL A new discovery may one day lead to natural anti­cavity products, researchers report. The scientists from West China School of Stomatology and Academic Centre for Dentistry... 3 days
Humans Have Cracked the Secrets of Uncrackable Parrotfish Teeth
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X-rays reveal the biting truth about parrotfish teeth: Interwoven crystal structure is key to coral-crunching ability
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Dinosaur-Age Shark with 300 'Frilled' Teeth Caught in Deep Sea
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Microscopic membrane could fight gum disease
PHYS.ORG Periodontitis – an advanced form of gum disease that breaks down tissue and bones housing the teeth – affects more than 70 percent of adults aged 65 and older. Engineers have devised various ways to combat... 6 days
Dementia treatment research: Exit through the lymphatic system
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have disproved a decades-old orthodoxy: cerebrospinal fluid does not leave the cranial cavity via blood vessels, but instead through the lymphatic system. This finding has far-reaching implications in new treatments for... 1 week
Exit through the lymphatic system: New research may advance treatments for dementia
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have disproved a decades-old orthodoxy: cerebrospinal fluid does not leave the cranial cavity via blood vessels, but instead through the lymphatic system. This... 1 week
Telling teeth: More accurate aging of teeth could hold the key to identifying health-compromised children in Africa
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have investigated dental development for better estimations of chronological age in African populations. 1 week
Anesthesiologists call for more research into pediatric deaths caused by dental anesthesia
NEWS MEDICAL Anesthesiologists call for more research into child deaths caused by dental anesthesia in an article published online by the journal Pediatrics. 1 week
A focus on dental health can protect children from becoming overweight
SCIENCE DAILY Talking about dental health with children and parents - about what is healthy and unhealthy for your teeth - can be one way to prevent children... 2 weeks
Science meets archaeology with discovery that dental X-rays reveal Vitamin D deficiency
SCIENCE DAILY Human teeth hold vital information about Vitamin D deficiency, a serious but often hidden condition that can now be identified by a simple dental... 2 weeks
Talking about dental health can be one way to prevent children from developing overweight
NEWS MEDICAL Talking about dental health with children and parents - about what is healthy and unhealthy for your teeth - can... 2 weeks
Science meets archaeology with discovery that dental X-rays reveal Vitamin D deficiency
PHYS.ORG Human teeth hold vital information about Vitamin D deficiency, a serious but often hidden condition that can now be identified by a simple dental... 2 weeks
Humankind's earliest ancestors discovered in southern England
SCIENCE DAILY Fossils of the oldest mammals related to mankind have been discovered on the Jurassic Coast of Dorset in the UK. The two teeth are from small, rat-like creatures that lived 145 million years ago... 2 weeks
Most teas contain safe amounts of fluoride, UF study finds
NEWS MEDICAL If you drink tea, you can rest assured about your children's teeth or your adult bones, now that a University of Florida research team has found that most... 2 weeks
Ancient animal and human bone cuts could be the work of crocodile teeth instead of early butchers
Science Magazine Study casts doubt on controversial claim of stone tool use by "Lucy" hominids 2 weeks
Dental filling failure linked to smoking, drinking and genetics
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers find that people who drink alcohol or men who smoke are more likely to suffer a failed dental filling. The research team also found a genetic difference in some... 2 weeks
Egypt archaeologist criticises pyramid void 'discovery'
PHYS.ORG An Egyptian archaeologist overseeing a project to scan a pyramid for voids on Saturday criticised the announcement of a discovery of a passenger plane-sized cavity in the Great Pyramid. 2 weeks
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