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Medical News Today: Why is my tongue burning?
MNT People may experience a burning tongue due to burning mouth syndrome (BMS) or a scald from hot food. Causes of BMS include nerve damage, underlying medical conditions, and habits, such as teeth... 5 hours
New orthodontic bracket bonding adhesive protects tooth surfaces from decay
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have produced a new orthodontic bracket bonding adhesive that protects the tooth surfaces around the brackets from decay. This decay is... 18 hours
T. rex pulverized bones with an incredible amount of force
SCIENCE-NEWS Tyrannosaurus rex’s powerful bite and remarkably strong teeth helped the dinosaur crush bones. 1 day
Piranha-like specimen, 150 million years old, is earliest known flesh-eating fish
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have described a remarkable new species of fish that lived in the sea about 150 million years ago in the time of the dinosaurs. The... 4 days
Jurassic Flesh-Eating Fish Had Piranha-Like Teeth
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Dinosaur-Era Super-Piranha Terrorized Jurassic Seas
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150-million-year old, piranha-like specimen is earliest known flesh-eating fish
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How ancient whales lost their teeth—and turned into the world’s biggest living filters
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Piranhalike teeth and torn fins reveal ancient fish fight
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Valuable insights into the modeling, application, and production of bioactive materials
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150-million-year old, piranha-like specimen is earliest known flesh-eating fish
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Cryocooler cools an accelerator cavity
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Research points to new target for treating periodontitis
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Extensive trade in fish between Egypt and Canaan 3,500 years ago
PHYS.ORG As early as 3,500 years ago, there was a brisk trade in fish on the shores of the southeastern Mediterranean Sea. This conclusion follows from the... 1 week
Extensive trade in fish between Egypt and Canaan 3,500 years ago
SCIENCE DAILY Some 3,500 years ago, a brisk trade in fish on the shores of the southeastern Mediterranean Sea had already begun. This conclusion follows from the analysis... 1 week
Tobacco heating products cause less staining to teeth than conventional cigarettes
NEWS MEDICAL A study by scientists at British American Tobacco has shown that e-cigarettes and tobacco heating products cause significantly less staining to teeth than conventional cigarettes. 1 week
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