Archive for September, 2012

Health Benefits Of Tea: Milking It Or Not

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from National Public Radio “…according to this research going back to 2007, we might want to at least consider trying, say, a nice cup of green tea sans sugar or cream….” See full article on National Public Radio Commentary: Most of us are well aware of the health benefits of tea, especially green […]

What’s Really Eating the Family Budget? It Isn’t Smartphones

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from The Atlantic ““Cellphones are eating the family budget,” the Wall Street Journal announced this morning. Are they really, though?…” See full article on The Atlantic Commentary: You’ve probably heard this on TV – that our average family budgets are suffering because we just can’t do without our favorite smart phones toy.  According […]

How Food And Clothing Size Labels Affect What We Eat And What We Wear

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from National Public Ratio “…are we really getting a small portion when we order a small sandwich? Well, that depends…” See full article on National Public Radio Commentary: As this article explains, the real portion size you are getting makes a much bigger difference than you’d think.  Order small cookies, […]

BREAKING BAD (HABITS): TOO LITTLE SLEEP

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Fit Sugar “When you don’t sleep well, the next day can feel like a big struggle. Luckily, some sleeping issues can be easily remedied by changing your old ways and welcoming brand-new bedtime rituals….” See full article on Fit Sugar Commentary: Problems with sleep are almost universal these days […]

Oral Bacteria May Signal Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Science Daily “Pancreatic cancer is highly lethal and difficult to detect early. In a new study, researchers report that people who had high levels of antibodies for an infectious oral bacterium turned out to have double the risk for developing the cancer…” See full article on Science Daily Commentary: […]

New toothpaste suppresses appetite for sweets

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Dental Tribune “NUREMBERG, Germany: A German manufacturer of dental care products has developed a flavoured toothpaste that reduces a person’s desire for sweets. ..” See full article on Dental Tribune Commentary: As with any new product, the best advice is “Buyer Beware”, but with that said, the promise of this product […]

The Anatomy of the Mouth

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Marielaina Perrone “Everyone knows the basic structures of the mouth including your teeth and gums. But there is more to your mouth than just those two anatomical parts…” See full article on Marielaina Perrone Commentary: You’d be surprised how many different elements of physiology are involved in a healthy functioning […]

Woman reopens water fluoridation debate in Phoenix

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Arizona Family “When she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in 2004, Phoenix resident Jody Clute had no idea it would lead her, and her city, to revisit one of the biggest public health debates of the 20th century – water fluoridation…” See full article on Arizona Family Commentary: This is […]

Unemployed? Have You Considered Teeth Whitening?

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Marielaina Perrone “…did you know you can make yourself stand out from the rest of the applicants simply by having whiter teeth?…” See full article on Marielaina Perrone Commentary: Being unemployed means that you’ll need to take advantage of whatever factors you can use to your advantage to win […]

Coconut Oil May Prevent Tooth Decay

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from Medical News Today – Image Courtesy of  Flickr – Phú Thịnh Co “Coconut oil, a natural antibiotic when digested, destroys the bacteria that cause tooth decay…” See full article on Medical News Today Commentary: Researchers from the Athlone Institute of Technology in Ireland have completed a study that indicates […]