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Researchers develop special toothpaste for peanut allergy treatment

ANAHEIM, Calif., US: Oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy entails giving people small amounts of peanuts over time to desensitise them to the legume, thus...

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BioMin F in Smile Revolution podcast

I recently recorded a podcast with Prof. Robert Hill and Richard Whatley (CEO at BioMin Technologies) on BioMin F toothpaste—an in-depth conversation on a...

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One step closer to fighting periodontitis: New dental gel reduces periodontal symptoms

BIRMINGHAM, Ala./IRVINE, Calif., U.S.: Researchers from different U.S. universities have collaborated to investigate a novel dental gel, produced by ...

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Three hundred million toothpaste tubes go to landfill

YORK, UK: Enough plastic waste to circle the globe twice is the annual result of the current population cleaning their teeth with toothpaste from tubes that...

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Toothpaste and mouthwash found effective in neutralizing SARS-CoV-2

NEW YORK, U.S.: Recent laboratory studies have shown that toothpastes containing zinc or stannous fluoride and mouthwash formulas with cetylpyridinium ...

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Plaque-identifying toothpaste may reduce risk of inflammatory diseases

MADISON, Wis., U.S.: Various studies have previously suggested that there is a link between poor oral health and the occurrence of inflammatory diseases, ...

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Hydroxyapatite toothpaste provides alternative to fluoride, study suggests

WÜRZBURG, Germany: The use of hydroxyapatite as an artificial tooth enamel to prevent erosion and even to contribute to the regeneration of natural tooth ...

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Interview: “Are all these chemicals really necessary?”

More and more people are adopting environmentally friendly shopping behaviour and deciding to replace products sold in plastic packaging with zero waste ...

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Colgate-Palmolive develop recyclable toothpaste tube

NEW YORK, U.S.: It is estimated that globally about one billion tubes of toothpaste find their way into landfill annually. In an exciting move to curb this ...

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Tested and Reviewed, Part 5: DENTTABS tooth cleaning tablets

When it comes to toothbrushing, consumers and dentists are confronted with such a vast range of choices and new products entering the market on a monthly ...

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Reducing plastic footprint with zero-waste toothpaste

LEIPZIG, Germany: The climate change caused by human influences—such as littering and over-consumption of non-biodegradable waste products—is a reality ...

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Study finds US kids use more toothpaste than recommended

ATLANTA, U.S.: When it comes to oral health, creating good habits in children can have lasting positive impacts later in life, however as with most things, ...

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Tested and Reviewed, Part 4: BlueM toothpaste, mouthwash and oral gel

When it comes to oral health, consumers and dentists can choose from a wide range of toothpastes, mouthwashes and toothbrushes on the market, which makes it...

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Towards a healthy mouth with [BE YOU.]

Most of us know that proper brushing with toothpaste containing fluoride is the first step in maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Despite this, ...

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Study shows some toothpastes do not protect against erosion and hypersensitivity

BERNE, Switzerland: Over the years, more and more toothpastes have been released on to the market claiming to aid with one thing or another—with a ...

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Researchers develop environmentally friendly alternatives to microplastics

HALLE, Germany: The environmental impact of microplastics used in personal care products, such as toothpaste, has long been discussed. Tiny plastic ...

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