What Your Mouth Has to Say About Your Health

by Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN I graduated from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in 1965, having been taught according to the dominant mode of industrial, corporate dentistry. Since disease was viewed as just an abnormality in an otherwise functioning machine, dentists were trained to be glorified mouth mechanics. Tooth carpenters. Oral plumbers. …

Quick Links: Memory, Sleep, Vitamin D, Women’s Oral Health Needs & More on the Dental/Systemic Health Link

World-First Trial Proves Exercise Helps Memory (PhysOrg) WACHA director Professor Leon Flicker said people over the age of 50 could pro-actively prevent memory deterioration by joining in simple and easy exercises each day. “What our trial tells us is that older people who take up some form of aerobic exercise for as little as 20 …