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Dental materials and dental procedures have far reaching effects upon health that are only now being acknowledged. The MouthBody Doctor defines a new paradigm of holistic dental care which recognises the interrelatedness of the health of the mouth to that of the body and the role of nutrition in oral and facial health and development.


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    Audio: Empowerment Through Dental Knowledge With Dr Hal Huggins

    Dr Hal Huggins

    A somewhat frail Dr. Hal Huggins DDS MS talks with Patrick Timpone of One Radio about dental implants, cavitations, root canal filled teeth, dental amalgam fillings and answers listener’s questions.   Hour 1:   Hour 2:   Further resources For … Continue reading

    Robin Williams’ Health Woes: Joining the Dots 1

    Robin-Williams

    So it emerges after the sad suicide of comedian Robin Williams, that in addition to his public struggles with addiction, anxiety and depression, he was also privately dealing with the early stages of Parkinson’s disease as revealed by his wife, … Continue reading

    Robin Williams’ Health Woes: Joining The Dots 2

    Robin-Williams

    Continued from Robin Williams’ Health Woes: Joining the Dots 1   Possible causes of Parkinson’s disease Parkinson’s disease may be related to genetics, head injuries (the most likely cause in Mohammed Ali’s case), the use of some drugs, oxidative damage, … Continue reading

    Research: Parkinson’s Disease and Mercury Toxicity

    Elderly care

    There has been a huge increase in the incidence of degenerative neurological conditions in virtually all Western countries over the last 2 decades. The increase in Parkinson’s and other motor neuron disease has been over 50%. The primary cause appears … Continue reading

    Research: When Dentists Do Drugs

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    This article by John Drumm, chair of the District of Columbia Dental Society Well-Being Program and former chair of the American Dental Association Dentist Well-Being Committee, examines the fact that dentists are nearly twice as likely to become addicted to … Continue reading