We should all be taking good care of our teeth and gums, but did you know that this can mean different things for men than for women?
Our bodies need a wide array of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in order to function effectively, all the way to the cellular level.
Being “tongue-tied” is a common expression in the English language, but it’s also a real medical condition.
In just the United States, sleep apnea affects over 18 million adults and up to 20 percent of children who habitually snore.
If you can’t really enjoy ice cream because every bite sends a nasty jolt through your teeth, then you know what it’s like to deal with tooth sensitivity.
When you think of the differences between men and women, oral health concerns probably don’t appear high on the list.
Coming down with the flu is never any fun, but it’s still no time to let up on your oral hygiene routine.
Toothaches can happen for a number of reasons.