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Holistic dentistry: Patients support weight management during routine dental appointments

LOUGHBOROUGH, UK: In response to the global obesity crisis and its proven connection to oral health, researchers from Loughborough University have conducted...

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Study shows worsened dental caries after bariatric surgery

GOTHENBURG, Sweden: Obesity is a medical concern that may lead to numerous health problems, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. A recent study ...

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Researchers find link between obesity and oral cancer immune escape

ANN ARBOR, Mich., US: Researchers from the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center and School of Dentistry have recently reported that obesity is ...

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Enlisting dentists to help tackle obesity

LOUGHBOROUGH, UK: Most of the UK population visit their dentist annually, and researchers from Loughborough University think that this primary care health ...

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Researchers find link between obesity and periodontal disease

CLEVELAND, U.S.: Obesity and periodontal disease remain the most common noncommunicable diseases in the U.S. A recent study has explored the effect of ...

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Television watching habits may influence oral health, study finds

BELÉM, Brazil: Television can often play a key role in determining what foods people purchase, thanks to its high concentration of food product ...

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Researchers link obesity to dietary changes from decades ago

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., U.S.: The obesity epidemic in the U.S has reached a new level of severity. Supersized food portions and an inactive lifestyle are often ...

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Researchers investigate link between oral microbiota and obesity

PENNSYLVANIA, U.S.: Child obesity throughout the Western world is becoming more of a common problem. In a new study that may help our comprehension of the ...

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Obesity in New Zealand may be connected with negative effects on oral health

NEW PLYMOUTH, New Zealand: With its good weather and outdoor-focused style of life, it seems unexpected that obesity would be an issue in New Zealand. ...

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Sugary beverage consumption in US declining, but high among certain groups

BOSTON, U.S.: Consumption of sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) fell for both children and adults between 2003 and 2014, according to a new ...

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