Dentistry
Scientists identify almost two million previously 'hidden' earthquakes  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Pouring through 10 years' worth of Southern California seismic data with the scientific equivalent of a fine-tooth comb, Caltech seismologists have identified nearly two million previously unidentified tiny earthquakes that occurred between... more
Fossils found in museum drawer in Kenya belong to gigantic carnivore  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
Paleontologists have discovered a new species of meat-eating mammal larger than any big cat stalking the world today. Larger than a polar bear, with a skull... more
Fossils found in museum drawer in Kenya belong to gigantic carnivore  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Paleontologists at Ohio University have discovered a new species of meat-eating mammal larger than any big cat stalking the world today. Larger than a polar bear,... more
Shop online? Ways to reduce damage to the environment  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Toothpaste delivered in two days is convenient, but not so great for the environment. After you click buy, online orders leave warehouses to be loaded on gas-guzzling jets or trucks.... more
Sleep Apnea: Oral appliance could help you (and your partner) sleep better  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
Researchers measured a novel treatment for sleep apnea and found positive results. By measuring patients lying down flat, the researchers stimulated sleep conditions and... more
Yeast strain provides manufacturing boost to low-calorie sweetener derived from lactose  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
The quest to satisfy the sweet tooth without adding to the waistline has a new weapon in its arsenal: a strain of yeast that can metabolize... more
Low-calorie sweetener derived from lactose gets manufacturing boost from yeast  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
The quest to satisfy the sweet tooth without adding to the waistline has a new weapon in its arsenal: a strain of yeast that can metabolize lactose, the... more
Low-calorie sweetener derived from lactose gets manufacturing boost from yeast  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
The quest to satisfy the sweet tooth without adding to the waistline has a new weapon in its arsenal: a strain of yeast that can metabolize lactose, the... more
Conformationally supple glucose monomers enable synthesis of the smallest cyclodextrins  Science Magazine · 1 week
Cyclodextrins (CDs) are cyclic oligomers of α-1–4-d-glucopyranoside and are mainly known as hexamers to octamers. The central cavity of these molecules can retain small molecules, enabling diverse applications.... more
OMICS Group acquires Oral Health and Dental Management journal  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 week
OMICS Group is proud to announce the acquisition of the journal: Oral Health and Dental Management, a dentistry research based quality journal. With this acquisition, the glory heads high and... more
Filipinos plan more diggings where new human species found  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Archaeologists who discovered fossil bones and teeth of a previously unknown human species that thrived more than 50,000 years ago in the northern Philippines say they plan more diggings and... more
New Species of Early Human Is Even Smaller Than the 'Hobbit'  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 weeks
The ancient bones and teeth of a previously unknown human relative — one that was even smaller than the so-called Hobbit — have been discovered deep... more
Ancient Bones And Teeth Found In A Philippine Cave May Rewrite Human History  NPR · 2 weeks
Islands in Southeast Asia were clearly important in the evolution of early humans, say scientists who have turned up 50,000-year-old remains of... more
Fossils of enigmatic extinct human species found on Philippine island  REUTERS · 2 weeks
Thirteen fossil bones and teeth excavated in a cave in the Philippines represent an enigmatic previously... more
Ancient Bones And Teeth Found In A Philippines Cave May Rewrite Human History  NPR · 2 weeks
Islands in Southeast Asia were clearly important in the evolution of early humans, say scientists who have turned up 50,000-year-old remains of... more
Over-the-counter teeth whitening strips damage teeth and gums, warn experts  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Three new studies have shown that hydrogen peroxide, which is commonly found in teeth whitening products, can damage dentin within tooth enamel. more
Medical News Today: How whitening strips can damage your teeth  MNT · 2 weeks
Many people use whitening strips and other bleaching products to make their teeth whiter. However, these often contain a damaging substance. more
Teeth whitening products can harm protein-rich tooth layer  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
Americans spend more than a billion dollars on teeth whitening products each year. Although these products can make smiles brighter, new research shows that they might also be causing tooth damage. more
Everyday enzymes, now grown in plants  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
The jeans you wear, the orange juice you drink, the laundry detergent you use: None would be possible without the activity of enzymes. Currently the enzymes used in industry are produced through an expensive, laborious process,... more
Studies of fossil teeth reveal another Pleistocene ape species from Southeast Asia  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Together with an international team, Senckenberg scientists were able to document an additional fossil ape species in the Senckenberg hominid collection. The new species... more
Dentists' diagnostic performance deteriorates when put under time pressure  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
Dentists can miss important details on x-rays when put under time pressure, according to new research led by the University of Plymouth. more
High-frequency cavity optomechanics using bulk acoustic phonons  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
To date, microscale and nanoscale optomechanical systems have enabled many proof-of-principle quantum operations through access to high-frequency (gigahertz) phonon modes that are readily cooled to their thermal ground state. However, minuscule amounts of absorbed... more
Protein key to charcot-marie-tooth, other nerve diseases  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
A new study provides critical insight into a little-known, yet relatively common, inherited neurological condition called Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. The findings point to a pathway to possible treatments for this disease and better understanding of... more
Tongzi hominids are potentially a new human ancestor in Asia  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
The CENIEH has been participating in a comparative research about human teeth discovered in this Southern China site which has revealed that Tongzi's teeth do not fit the... more
NHS dental budget must be better allocated to meet patients' needs  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
Routine scaling and polishing of teeth should be stopped as the NHS dental budget would be better spent elsewhere, experts warn. more
Flossing and Going to the Dentist Linked to Lower Risk of Oral Cancer  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 weeks
ATLANTA — Regularly flossing and going to the dentist may be tied to a lower risk of oral cancer. more
Low-loss, all-fiber system for strong and efficient coupling between distant atoms  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
A team of scientists from Waseda University, the Japan Science and Technology Agency, and the University of Auckland have developed an integrated, all-fiber coupled-cavities quantum electrodynamics... more
Study finds two new genes in the developmental defects of canine enamel  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 weeks
In addition to humans, hereditary disorders of enamel development occur in dogs, greatly impacting their dental health and wellbeing. A recent study reveals canine... more
Two new genes discovered in the developmental defects of canine enamel  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
In addition to humans, hereditary disorders of enamel development occur in dogs, greatly impacting their dental health and wellbeing. A recent study reveals canine enamel disorders... more
Medical News Today: What can cause stomach pain when breathing?  MNT · 3 weeks
Stomach pain when breathing is often due to a problem with the diaphragm or the tissues in the chest cavity. Possible causes include injuries, hiatal hernia, pregnancy, pleurisy,... more
What can cause stomach pain when breathing?  MNT · 3 weeks
Stomach pain when breathing is often due to a problem with the diaphragm or the tissues in the chest cavity. Possible causes include injuries, hiatal hernia, pregnancy, pleurisy, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn... more
Investigations with neutrons settle scientific dispute about the structure of fluorine  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
In toothpaste, Teflon, LEDs and medications, elemental fluorine shows its value, but it is highly toxic. Attempts to determine the crystal structure of solid fluorine using... more
Mirrors control chemical selectivity  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
A chemical reaction transforms the molecules that make up matter. To influence chemical reactions, chemists typically act on the molecules themselves, rather than the space in which the reaction takes places. However, researchers at the University of Strasbourg have shown... more
Fluorine: Toxic and aggressive, but widely used  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 weeks
In toothpaste, Teflon, LEDs and medications, it shows its sunny side - but elemental fluorine is extremely aggressive and highly toxic. Attempts to determine the crystal structure of solid fluorine using X-rays ended with... more
Venus flytrap 'teeth' form a 'horrid prison' for medium-sized prey  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 weeks
Researchers investigate the importance of marginal spikes, the 'teeth' lining the outer edge of the plant's snap traps, in successfully capturing prey. more
Venus flytrap 'teeth' form a 'horrid prison' for medium-sized prey  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
In "Testing Darwin's Hypothesis about the Wonderful Venus Flytrap: Marginal Spikes Form a 'Horrid Prison' for Moderate-Sized Insect Prey," Alexander L. Davis investigates the importance of marginal spikes,... more
Medical News Today: What to know about tooth cavities  MNT · 4 weeks
Tooth cavities can occur when there is a buildup of plaque on the teeth. People can prevent cavities by practicing good oral hygiene. Learn more about tooth cavities, including their... more
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